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Partagas Coronas Junior

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Gauge:MediumLength:117
Format:CoronitasRing:40
Weight:6,72 gr.Score:7.2
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (In aluminium tubes) boxes of 10 and boxes of 25.


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Review #4: For the note, and if it matters at all, these are hand finished, not %100 machine made. These are actually very hard to find outside of Cuba and Spain. When you find them they cost more than 4 per stick, for which you can get a Monte Cristo No: 5, or the Romeo Jullietta No: 3. For the value and complexity these have to offer, I would prefer smoking these when I can find them under or around 3 a stick. They offer a good draw and a mild to heavy taste consisting primarily of leathery and earthy aromas, with a touch of cocoa. I basically love them after lunch or a quick dinner when I do not drink and do not want to get stuck after dinner for another hour. The tubos they come in are very handy if you do not want to carry a leather or steel case. Even if you have a walk in humidor or a cabinet, I would remove them from the tubos so as to avoid oxidation and the mix of metalic tastes. If you liked these and would like a milder but longer puff for about 45mins and do not want to pay more than 3, I would recommend the Coronas Senior as well. They are much easier to find and after sitting in the humidor for a few months, they might be able to compete with a fresh Romeo Julietta No: 2. - Submitted by caglargonculer on July 29, 2007


Review #3: I was really impreses with this small power house of a cigar. Bought two boxes for every day use and was really happy with the 2006 production which still joung provided complex taste profile and cuantiful smoke all thorugh out. I really recomend this as one of the best options for this size. - Submitted by finidi on July 14, 2007


Review #2: Just sitting back enjoying one of these little powerhouses while enjoying a good scotch whiskey.Easy draw with lots of spicy tobacco flavour,medium strength and a very good looking coranita but what else would you expect from the Partaga factoy. - Submitted by aussie shaun on March 2, 2007


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