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Partagas 8-9-8 Barnizados

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,86 gr.Score:8.8
Presentation: Varnished Cabinet 8-9-8 of 25

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Review #51: One of the 1st havana's I smoked over 20 years ago - bought a box and ended up swapping some of them for fonseca's with a friend. i found them too much and couldn't ever finish a whole one. Recently tried a box of 10 - then another box of 10 and today ordered box of 25. How things change now I would rate this as a better smoke than cohiba, still strong but not too much and ever evolving flavours,absolutely satifying in every way. At the moment it would be difficult to find a more splendid smoke. Hope my new box just ordered maintains my new found love. just a note to mention I am halfway through a box of Boliva Immensa another beautiful havana - but not in the same league at all. - Submitted by ian on June 13, 2007

Review #50: I've had a bit of difficulty with this cigar. Bought a 10 pack last year, and have slowly been working on them. Sometimes good to great, other times lousy - hot, ashy - harsh. Found that at least for me this cigar is very finicky on the size of the cut, just the smallest amount too much makes a world of difference - more so than any other type of cigar I've ever smoked. So, I've gone with a very small diameter cut no more than a 1/4 inch at most. This makes for a very nice, enjoyable smoke, although it is one you have to work for as the draw is a bit of an exercise. But once you get into it, its a good one, over all when right this is a fairly light cigar. Very even and well balanced. With a small cut, burns well & does not get very hot during the last 1/3. Not very complex, mild, but worthy of your time, none the less. So I'll give it a 9 when I've cut it correctly. - Submitted by hoodlum on June 11, 2007

Review #49: A fantastic cigar. Smooth, sweet, tangy, earthy and leathery. This cigar has it all. If it had a little more strength, it would be absolutely perfect. - Submitted by Jimbo on May 30, 2007

Review #48: A really really really good cigar. Smoke it and be happy. - Submitted by spawn on May 16, 2007

Review #47: The 898 is a regal cigar that disguises it's true full-bodied nature by taking you on a complex and refined ride of flavors. I have nothing but high regard for this cigar. Box Code: FEB 06. The first third started out like an old friend with the classic Partagas spice out of the gate layered with rich leather. The spice yielded a bit to an undertone of cocoa bean and a clean, nutty taste. Beautiful thick and creamy smoke and a nice grey ash. At the start of the second third the pepper took the backseat to a regal earthy flavor and Prince of Wales tea with a dab of cream. Lingering underneath seemed to be the black cherry flavor that I seem to find in the Short. After being lulled and mesmerized by the complexity of the middle third, the partagas spice once again took center stage in the home stretch along with a burnt wheat toast flavor. At this point the earthiness and the Prince of Wales tea served as great complimenting undertones. While the cream aspect was lost towards the end, stepping into its place was a light, fruity, almost citrus finish. I have nothing but praise for this cigar. It is rich, flavorful, full-bodied, and should be a welcome edition to anyone's humidor. I can only dream about what these will develop into with age. - Submitted by jakebarnes on May 16, 2007

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