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Partagas Lusitanias

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:194
Format:ProminenteRing:49
Weight:17,86 gr.Score:8.8
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Partagas Lusitanias Review:

If we have called some of the Habanos "kings" of their brand, we are now facing one which many smokers catalogue as the best cigar they have ever smoked or more generally, ever made. Changes have been made since this stick first saw light, becoming milder with earthy and peppery flavours. Anyway, it is probably the best habano in the whole world.

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Review #147: --- 08 Sitting on an 08 box for two years now, second one smoked was bland. Reserving judgment. I want to like, I want to experience what everyone is raving about with these. - Submitted by Leaflover on October 25, 2013


Review #146: I wrote a comment not too long ago. However I want to correct the rating and clarify. The Luisitanias of production prior to 2006, with the same label as indicated on this page, are indeed very good balanced, light cigars. As of recently I have smoked a number of Luistanias, and unfortunately bought boxes (anticipating an improvement) of one’s made over the last few years (can be recognized by their new larger label) and I have been greatly disappointed. Once again due to their popularity and consequent overproduction, these cigars are not at all what they were. Just like the Partagas D, and R&J Churchills. They are now ether harsh, bland or totally unimpressive as well as badly constructed. For someone who loves the DC sizes this is very frustrating. Anytime I take a Ramon Allones Gigantes, a Puch DC or Hoyo DC and the absolutely amazing Saint Louis Rey DC over these. - Submitted by dimi681 on September 13, 2013


Review #145: Bought one at a Casa de Habanos and smoked it there. The first half inch was very tight on the draw and not much smoke. However, after that, it really opened up with a flowery, sweet flavor and an incredibly delicious aroma. - Submitted by tocayo on August 23, 2013


Review #144: AUG 03 Have smoked two of these 2003 sticks from Sautter cigars in Mount Steet recently and I genuinely think they may be the best cigars I may have ver smoked. Will have to snap the rest up before they go! - Submitted by cjarman on June 25, 2013


Review #143: MAY 08 Have now had 2 from box May-08, and spicy cinnamon, coffee and sweet leather. Understand what all the fuss was about. Excellent way to spend 2 hours on a sunny afternoon! Have 2 boxes of 10 from 2008, may need to acquire more if I can find them. - Submitted by oldmanjohnson on April 15, 2013


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