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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

Average user rating

Review #6: This is not a bad Julieta, but definately not one of the best. The construction is good, and the last half has plenty of spicy-leathery-earthy flavors, very Partagas style. Partagas could do lots better with their Churchill. - Submitted by Estrella on December 13, 2004

Review #5: I have been smoking habanos dor many years now and this particular one is one of my two favorites. RyJ Churchill is my other favorite. This one is a bit stronger, with great strong taste, perfect construcction, even burn and soft draw. A definite in my humidor (I recomend you let them age for more or less a month in your humidor at at least 70% humidity). - Submitted by Jack on October 27, 2004

Review #4: These have seen better days. Just finished a box of 99's which were downright bland. Recently sampled some 01's which were not much better. Plus the draw was extremely tight on many of them. Surprise Surprise. No,this is not my favorite Partagas by a long shot. Id rather smoke 2 D4's than one of these. - Submitted by CoolBurn on August 17, 2004

Review #3: A very good cigar, with a pleastant taste, and nice aroma. A little strong on the throat for a novice ...like myself, but overall, the expierence was enjoyable. A good smoke for an expierenced aficionado. - Submitted by S Grant, NJ on May 22, 2004Submitted by S Grant, NJ on May 22, 2004

Review #2: Got this cigar in an assorted pack of cubans. Very strong, hard to handle the strength of the cigar but a good smoke. I am partial to R&J, MC, and Cohiba, this taste is unique to any Cuban I have ever tasted. Recommend for a once in a while change from the normal cigar. As usual, very nice draw and quality however it is far from an indespensible addition to any collection. - Submitted by Greg on February 19, 2004

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