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Partagas Churchills de Luxe

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Julieta No. 2Ring:47
Weight:15,07 gr.Score:8.0
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #16: FEB 01 For me this is classic Partagas flavor, earth, leather and pepper flavors. A churchill I can start the day with and not be overpowered. There seems to be an endless supply of cigars from 99, 00 and 01. Everything I've tried from those years has been good but I know that was the cigar boom years and some people have had bad things to say about construction issues. I wish there was a vintage chart for cigars like in wine. I can tell 98 was a great year and 2008 is supposed to be a lighter bodied year but I'd love to know about 99-07. It's only recently that I've paid any attention to box codes. I use to just get em and smoke em but now that I've got a small collection I'm curious about each growing season. Any help? - Submitted by Richard Rose on February 12, 2009

Review #15: I was so disappointed I couldn't buy a box of these on my recent trip to Santa Clara. I bought what little stock was left at the Melia Santa Clara. This was an outstanding cigar. The best cigar of my trip. I didn't want the cigar to end. I absolutely nubbed it until my fingertips burned. The cigar starts with an impression and will leave you with a longstanding impression. Pure Partagas from the strength to the flavours. If I could only ever smoke Partagas Churchills for the rest of my life I would be a happy man. - Submitted by cookj1 on January 17, 2009

Review #14: JUL 01 It is a good while I smoked this cigar and I almost forgot how good they can be, especially when they are well matured (RSE JUL01). From start till end it was full bodied, with flavors of wet earth and leather. Smooth smoke was rounded up with typical old school Partagas taste. From the middle flavors evolve with additional cream and caramel undertones. To bad that was a bi too tight rolled otherwise this would be the best Churchill in months. - Submitted by Diademo on October 14, 2008

Review #13: Sad these are discontinued... My last 1997 was again a blockbuster, just right, strong with a lush draw. Archetypical Partagas style, chocolaty and still a bit peppery on the palate, with delicious aromas of toasted oak, chocolate, dried herbs and a faint, nutty "Rancio" flavour. - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on May 29, 2008

Review #12: I had one from 98 yesterday. Perfect draw and burn Developed in the second half to a fantastic aromarich herbal Partagas smoke. One of the best Churchills I ever had. - Submitted by bolibeli on October 29, 2007

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