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Partagas Petit Coronas Especiales

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.6
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (With cellophane) boxes of 10 and 25; (Without cellophane) boxes of 10 and 25. Cardboard Pack: (With cellophane) boxes of 10 in boxes of 25 and 100; (Without cellophane) boxes of 5 in boxes of 25 and 100. Special packaging: (With celloph

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Review #12: I love this cigar! In my opinion its the best petit corona in the market. I like the fact that it is slightly thicker than other PCs (ring 44), so it burns a bit slower, and does not heat up. Clasic peppery Partagas flavour, for a bargain price. These used to be machine made, but I think since 2005 they are man-made. - Submitted by emouch on January 11, 2008

Review #11: The only other Partagas I have had before was the Lusitania, that had a couple of years of age on it, and it was extremely smooth. After I tried a petit corona 'especiales',dated February 05, I was taken back by the it's strength. Not that this is a bad thing, if you enjoy strong cigars, but not what I expected from a petite corona. Burned very well, volumes of smoke, which is a preference of mine, but not that flavorful. All in all a great cigar for the price. - Submitted by ihupaliw on September 14, 2007

Review #10: i am confused also while the box of a (no silo) notice totalmente a mano your page consider the pce's machine made! so what's the truth? by the way a good traditional partagas smoke - Submitted by jcharbot on September 10, 2007

Review #9: I smoked one of these the other day. It was my first Partagas, and I found it quite enjoyable. It started off real earthy/woody with alot of smoke, and then evolved into a spicy little beast at the end. The box I purchased was surely hand made. A very enjoyable smoke for the price. - Submitted by jkeller115 on July 24, 2007

Review #8: This is my first Partagas, taste balanced and not really strong, perfect for mornig or afternoon. Is very economic, I think to place this in my shortlist. - Submitted by andreadp on June 12, 2007

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