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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 #7: I just bought a box of these today, and am smoking the first one as I type this review. The box says " Totalmente a mano " hand made, so I don't know how they were designated as machine made by this site. This cigar is quite good right now, very tasty, with a nice even burn, an earthy aroma, and a good volume of smoke. I'm glad I bought these, and look forward to smoking them after some time in my humidor. - Submitted by W. Merrifield on April 28, 2007

Review #6: I have to agree that these are hand made and they are true Partagas! A very nice alternative to other petit coronas out there with a genuine patagas flavour! Price is very low and these definately worth the money (about 60 Euros). - Submitted by chenakos on April 23, 2007

Review #5: I agree with review #2. I buy these regularly and they are handmade. Great cigar with old style Partagas flaovours. Well recommended for the price. - Submitted by Ollie on March 30, 2007

Review #4: I got a box from a Spanish website for about USD100 a year ago. Box arrived sealed so I opened it and upon inspecting the rings I suspected these were fakes. Also the stamp at the bottom of the box was an ink stamp rather than the usual burn-in stamp. Anyway for the price I didn't bother sending it back so I waited a year and started to smoke these recently. They are very mild cigar but with an ever present sweet flavour until the last third which is hint of sweet black cherry spice. Perfect draw and good burn. Not complex but overall an enjoyable cigar for me. I suspect my box are made somewhere in Cuba but not form the Partagas factory. Or maybe Partagas had some quality issues. Maybe some of you had a similar experience? - Submitted by lightup on February 17, 2007

Review #3: for the money this is a great smoke smooth very good if you draw slowly i love it - Submitted by smores on January 13, 2007

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