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Partagas Culebras

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Partagas Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Gauge:ThinLength:146
Format:CulebraRing:39
Weight:6,67 gr.Score:7.7
Presentation: Packets of 3 entwined cigars wrapped in aluminium

Partagas Culebras Review:

Its taste has nothing particular, Partagas Style, which is a lot to say, but of course, the most important characteristic of this model is its presentation, three joined cigars that can be smoked separately or, for those brave smokers, all together. The magic of this/these cigar is the face of those who see and smoke it for the first time.

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Review #30: ---   This is not just a curious cigar to share with friends. This is a serious 40-55 minutes smoke with original Partagas flavours and some strenght in the last third. Also shows some complexity, with salt and pepper showing up in the midst of the cigar. Construction and draw are really excellent, considering its shape. Impressed is all I can say - will certainly buy more. - Submitted by Heinrich on September 14, 2017


Review #29: Anyone who sees you smoking a culabra will ask/want to know what you are smoking. Very cool special presentation. But nothing remarkable as a smoke…plain woody earthy, medium body. I do smoke them once in a while with a coffee in the afternoon. In fact I rather prefer the Davidoff culebra, they are somewhat better balanced and more complex. These are the only two I know of, but I remember seeing older mountain farmer guys smoking such a style cigars while growing up in Switzerland. Must be something inexpensive made in Europe. I will rank the Partagas Culebra higher just for the fact of how they look. - Submitted by dimi681 on February 28, 2013


Review #28: After keeping one coffin for 2 years in the humidor i decided to smoke this interesting culebra on the night between the years.The draw was very easy and smooth but the taste was not special.Good taste but not special.The only interesting thing remains the look of the cigar. - Submitted by kamaz on January 2, 2013


Review #27: IM PROBABLY THE MOST EXPERIENCED CIGAR SMOKER ON THIS WEBSITE- So here is my review. A very unique cigar to say the very least. Far from being a complex cigar but very far from being a straight forward cigar. The Culebras is a very enjoyable Cuban cigar. The draw is easy, also did possess typical Partagas flavours but lacking the power of most Partagas cigars that are known today. As previously mentioned a very unique cigar that would be very enjoyable both to novices and real cigar aficionados like myself. In summary a thumbs up for me, not outstanding but very far from bad. - Submitted by muzza on September 29, 2011


Review #26: DEC 07 Crazy cigar. But rich and flavoured.One of the best Partagas i have had.No burn problem. Earthy a leathery taste, some peppery, but mild too. I was very Crazy cigar. But rich and flavoured.One of the best Partagas i have had.No burn problem with with it. - Submitted by kml on June 4, 2010


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