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Partagas Mille Fleurs

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

Average user rating

Review #52: MAR 08 Bought a box of 10 at Geneva airport, let em smooth out in my humi for 2 weeks and heck: what a beautiful smoke! I wanted to test em as an alternative to my daily RyJ Mille Fleurs and they are really worth it! stronger than the RyJ w/ earthy spicy notes, a medium strong body and an elegant burn. I consider those Partagas as a good medium inbetween smoke, fitting perfectly w/ a strong arabica coffee or an afternoon beer. Great value for money - Submitted by gurdjieff on September 4, 2009

Review #51: MAR 08 This cigar is great... smooth with a small touch of spice...box of 10 are dirt cheap..this is a perfect med quick smoke - Submitted by dukeofnj777 on July 11, 2009

Review #50: AUG 07 Excelente cigarro a un precio accesible y todas las caracterÝsticas de los Partagas! - Submitted by fabghidoni on June 10, 2009

Review #49: AUG 07 Just had one of these; quite light I must say.. Good for the price; the burn is mostly, by the way about the humidity of the particular places. The more even humidity you have, the better burn you will have.. - Submitted by ozkanoguz7 on May 31, 2009

Review #48: OCT 08 Opened 2 boxes of these this afternoon, which were purchased on recommendation from a friend. Both boxes bear factory codes of BLP, from SEP and OCT 08 respectively. Strong, (I mean strong) Colorado Maduro color in the SEP box, very prominent veins, but deeply oiled, with a sheen so strong that I took the box outside to inspect under daylight. The cigar maintained a variety of alternating notes of spice, to very earth like, to floral. Construction, consistency and burn was impeccable. Lasted over 40 minutes with the ash extending beyond the mid point. The OCT box was simply stunning. Almost every single fucking wrapper was almost vein free and looked like it had been rolled in baseball clay. That Red, that Colorado. On my mothers soul, imagine a mini 898 on Lusitania as far as wrapper presentation. About to light her now. This is my new morning cigar for the Summer of 2009, no question, and is as good if not better than any RJ No. 2, Fonseca Cosaco or even Larranaga Petit. Yes...get some if you can - Submitted by snapsix on May 28, 2009

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