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Partagas 8-9-8 Barnizados

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

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Review #16: To reviewer #14 to the best of my knowledge the partagas cigars destined for the german or european markets may contain a red ribbon, however since i am located in the USA, none of the partagas cigars are destined for the USA, the cigars for the spain are indeed wrapped with a yellow ribbon,i have confirmed this from several sources also there have been reports of 2 sheets of wax paper being used also. Thanks for the heads up any way, ask around in your country and surrounding countries and you should see that the cubans do things differently, i recently purchased a cab of HOYO epicure no 2 and they all had bands on them, others swore they were fake because of the bands. I have been smoking cigars for almost 30 years now and am relativly secure in my purchases of my cigars, i have a somewhat secure feeling in purchasing with the various suppliers from other countries, as well as an aquired taste for the quality cuban products. - Submitted by bigyesta on March 9, 2005

Review #15: Refer to Review#14, what "red ribbon" are you talking about? I recieved my 898 varnished from my agent similiar to bigyesta described. It is definitely an 898 partagas. - Submitted by Derek.C. on March 7, 2005

Review #14: To the poster of Review #13, I believe that the cigars you received are likely counterfeits for several reasons. Most notably, Partagas uses a red ribbon rather than a yellow one. Also, they wrap their cigars in only one sheet of wax paper, not two. However, as long as you enjoy them, you should not worry. - Submitted by Kopeck Freiherr Von Balk on February 26, 2005

Review #13: Received a box of 25 for free, won a weekly drawing. The packaging was impressive, the varnished cabinet was packed in a cardboard box with a cuban warrenty seal applied at the cut in the box. The date was stamped on the bottom, from 03. The packaging of the cigars is impeccable 2 sheets of wax paper wrap the cigars. Then they are tied with a yellow silk ribbon and stacked 8-9-8 in the cabinet. The fit of the cabinet is perfect with very little room for the cigars to move in the cabinet. The aromas are unreal on the first opening of the cabinet, warm cuban cedar is the first aroma, then perfectly strong tobacco is the next scent, finished off with a pepper and cinnamon aroma. The pre light aromas are classic partagas The first light puff reveals a true classic, well aged tobacco nuances, mixed with freshly shaved chocolate, and ground espresso beans. The cost value of 250.00 USD is a bit high, but for a cigar of this callaber it is well worth it. I placed the whole bundle wribbon still on into the humidor, on the bottom shelf for long term aging. As i am writing this review i decided to light another, just as good as the one yesterday, even a bit more pronounced well aged tobacco flavors, come thru, with a tinge of saltieness. A classic partagas if ever there was one. - Submitted by bigyesta on January 31, 2005

Review #12: the taste was strong and yet not too strong. i would suggest this to any cigar fan. now remember cigars are classy. this cigar would go with a nice glass of barandy. smoke on a deck over looking a lake with a book in ur hand. :) B.A.S. for life - Submitted by Roman Pagnottas on December 30, 2004

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