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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 #6: I am currently half way through a box of 99's. I have to say that I am not impressed by this cigar. I find them to be way too mild and one dimensional. Mine have been aged for 5 years already and they still have a grassiness about them as well. Construction is fine,but I would like to see a slightly looser draw. Not my favorite of the Partagas line,but I am curious to try some from more recent production. I find the D4 and shorts to be more my style. - Submitted by CoolBurn on August 13, 2004

Review #5: A great cigar. After aging this one for a couple of years, I dug it out of the humidor. I was very impressed. Great full bodied flavour, perfect burn and not harsh at all. I prefer it to the Cohiba Siglo V. Cheers, - Submitted by Bejamquinn on July 8, 2004

Review #4: One of my favorites: powerful but elegant, its strenght evolves in a delicious crescendo. I've heard news that is going to be fully replaced by the Corona Gorda unvarnished version, at least in my country. Quite a shamel! I don't understand Habanos' policy to reduce classic vitolas as Dalias and Cervantes in favor of Corona Gordas and Robustos... - Submitted by Slump from Italy on May 9, 2004

Review #3: A wonderful cigar, but needs age. After 4+ years, develops a rich, spicy flavor, which as Razvan notes, explodes in the last half. Amust have in any humidor. - Submitted by Fitz on April 24, 2004

Review #2: The 8-9-8 Varnished are reported to be full flavor cigars, but the strenght isn't unpleasant. Very flavorful, rich aroma (pepper and nut undertones). First half is round and allusive, but the last is a blast! Minor flaws in construction, still an equal and easy draw. I love it! - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on April 12, 2004

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