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Partagas Serie D No. 4

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:124
Format:RobustoRing:50
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:8.6
Presentation: 2 Layers in a varnished Semi Boite Nature of 25

Partagas Serie D No. 4 Review:

This is the last surprise coming from Partagas. A Robusto placed among the best in this format, following the patterns of what has been called "New School Habanos". If you like Partagas style, this is one of the best Robustos available beyond the shadow of a doubt.

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Review #344: ---   Partegas Series E No 2. Bought from Havana Epress inx Sydney. Good tobacco smell prior to lighting. Great first third. Creamy milk chocolate flavours. Accompanied by a great Porter. Mild in the first third. Great draw. Even burn. Moved to to slight medium in the second third. Hints of white pepper. Cedar notes. Hints of cut grass. Great progression from first to second third. Final third more pronounced white pepper. Continued gradual progression. Great after dinner cigar. Great progression throughout. Really enjoyed the experience right through to the final 1 ½ inch. Slight uneven burn in the final third. Had to touch up once but very satisfying experience. Will purchase again. Second half accompanied by a Leffe Bruin. Good match with the cigar. Total smoking time 75 minutes. - Submitted by Rustyman on February 3, 2017


Review #343: May-16. Clearly the D4 is targeting the US market should the embargo ends: easy draw, the band comes off easily -just like the Dominicans and Nicaraguans cigar bands- and lighter than it used to be, maybe need aging. This is a "prt--fumer" cigar, even so young. - Submitted by Frunobulax on December 27, 2016


Review #342: For a smoker used to mild and medium cigars, this is my advice: share this cigar with another cigars fan. Take the first third for yourself and give the other two thirds to your friend. That first third is a clear 10 (perfect flavour) while the last two thirds will get a bit stronger and less enjoyable for a smoker less used to strong cigars. - Submitted by Heinrich on August 20, 2016


Review #341: OCT 08 Perfect draw and burn. Flat tasting at first. Lots of walnuts, almonds and earth are present throughout. Gentle yet persistent. Solid smoke production. It picks up towards the middle adding subtle tingly spice and high-toned herbaceous aromas. Cocoa powder, seaweed, spinach, baguette, white pepper. The finale is powerfully nutty, leathery, vegetal, earthy and spicy. This is a supremely masculine smoke built for the poker table or the cattle ranch. - Submitted by mjmmm on August 9, 2016


Review #340: Got this in a batch of samplers and smoked it tonight. Right off starts with an earth-like taste with a hint of pepper. Around midway started to shift towards wooden taste with a hint of sweet chocolate after taste, which I quite enjoyed, but didn't last very long. After maybe 5-6 draws it again shifted back to the earth-like taste with slightly stronger pepper taste. Also started to burn really wonky after the midway point. I was slightly disappointed because I was expecting to get more flavours out of it. I wonder if I just got a sample from a bad batch? - Submitted by Grimman on July 1, 2016


This cigar spans 69 pages: [1] 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69



 
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