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Partagas Seleccion Privada No 1

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,86 gr.Score:9.1
Presentation: Bundle of 25 in a wood box

Partagas Seleccion Privada No 1 Review:

This cigar is awesomely presentated, and extremely well manufactured. It can be defined as a luxury 898 cigar. Not much more to say but an cigar of real selection.

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Review #9: FEB 98 bought six from the casa de habano store outside london. excellent construction, darkish wrapper and nice size. Definately a rich aroma and taste but #1 of #6 had connstant uneven burning. Nice draw- one dimensional flavor of earth, tobacco and a hint of spice/wood. For $55 ea- this was overall a disappointment. While no two cigars are alike- im hoping this one was an exception and the other will meet or exceed the high ratings. - Submitted by neuticles on September 15, 2010

Review #8: --- 02 This has got to be one of the best Partagas cigars out there. Rich creamy and earthy with a bit of sweetness. No comparison to Partagas De Partagas No1. and the 898. If you can find these you are in for a real surprize. - Submitted by monte B on April 2, 2010

Review #7: Smoked one from 99 & all I can say is WOW! This was one strong cigar, with serious earthy flavors. It demands your full attention. Not a casual smoke. Delicious. - Submitted by Bassman on August 6, 2007

Review #6: This is still full of poential. Binder was sucked from tobaccoil. Ofcourse the cigar was from BD2000 it tastes very fresh an d almost green , pure, strong Partagas tobacco taste. I should smoke only one per year to see how it develops. Will for shure become somthing realy great within the next 5-10 years - Submitted by bolibeli on May 13, 2007

Review #5: Smoked one from 2000 yesterday, June, I think. Smoked it outside while relaxing on German Labor Day. First off it was a very windy day, and I was very impressed how the burn line stayed very even. From my experience windy days do alot to create burn problems so kudos to Partagas for that. The cigar had a nice silky feel to the wrapper and oils from it had soaked into and stained, the ringband. I love it when that happens. When I cut it, the end was somewhat firm and the prelight draw was a little tight, but when it was lit it gave off good volumes of smoke(thank God! until the last inch and a half when it just wouldn't stay lit because of the firm pack at the end. Anyway, the taste, strong espresso, cocoa, cedar and citrussy spice. This cigar has almost everything. And it is one of my go to cigars. And in the coming months I know it will only get better because I am sure it has not nearly peaked. These cigars are real class. - Submitted by Jimbo on May 2, 2007

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