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Partagas Mille Fleurs

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Partagas Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:129
Format:Petit CoronasRing:42
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


Average user rating


Review #32: Bought a box of 10 a while ago.3 out of 10 had a tight draw,but these cigars are fantastic.Very affordable and complex smoke.Strong but delicious. - Submitted by Yilmaz on April 8, 2008


Review #31: This cigar delivers the strong, spicy Partagas taste, although it remains unidimensional throughout the smoke. It doesn't quite deserve focused analysis of flavour, but it does a great job in bringing Cuba to your lips when your attention is occupied with other things. I usually carry a stick or two of these when I go out partying with friends, and it never disappoints. - Submitted by akinci13 on March 21, 2008


Review #30: What an experience. Considering the vitola, I had underestimated this cigar, giving the way to a relaxed, mid-afternoon smoke. In the beginning, enticing aromas of walnut and wood leave way, starting from the second third, to an overwhelming strenght, showing how this small cigar is a Partagās in spirit, which leaves me dizzy. A cigar to respect, and a smoke to be repeated. - Submitted by Alberto_Magnus on February 8, 2008


Review #29: Has been my favourite affordable smoke for years. Review # 27 got it wrong! It's not that cheap, but IMHO the cheapest serious full flavour Cuban around. True, some are plugged, some 2006 boxes are a bit blander than the 2005, which I cherish a lot - they smoke like longer Shorts, delicious! (as opposed to most other vitolas, which are generally thought to have improved in 2006). A good MF offers dense, aromatic Partagas flavours with interesting development and a wonderful spicy creaminess, rooted in earthy tones. Am smoking a Lusitania at the moment and have to say it's great, but the MF is of the same kin and it is in my view THE candidate for any Habanos smoker's heavy rotation. - Submitted by kiste on January 18, 2008


Review #28: I think for the money the smoke is excellent typical partagas spice although a little milder than most partagas.. - Submitted by smores on January 18, 2008


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