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Partagas 8-9-8 Barnizados

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,86 gr.Score:8.8
Presentation: Varnished Cabinet 8-9-8 of 25

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Review #58: Hola. Recently I made a BIG MISTAKE buying an ocho-nueve-ocho: I sent my nephew to the estanco (Spanish brick and mortar tobacconist) to buy me a single stick for the after lunch smoke. The boy came with an unsmokable cigar completely plugged. I feel very angry with Habanos SA. They are telling us they use nowadays quality control systems, they also tell us in Spain there's no bad cigars around in the estancos . All bullshit, BEWARE: There's still plenty of trash inside official Habanos boxes in Spain. It is sad, but it is true. - Submitted by olisiponense on August 25, 2007

Review #57: Yes yes I know I said I would let them age for a year or so, but I had a few mates over and wanted to give it another go. This time around the results were much better. Lighting the 898 was very easy, with a pleasant smell emitting right from the beginning. The first few puffs were much more of what I remembered about this cigar, unlike the last attempt a few weeks earlier (review 55). The construction on this 898 was firm and solid but not rock hard, the wrapper appeared almost flawless, whilst the draw was quite free flowing. The ash that appeared as it was being smoked looked as the wrapper was burning in one go, without the usual lines of progression one normally see's. I am not sure if this is a good thing or not, but it tasted great. Due to careless smoking techniques, this 898 began to torpedo inwards and became too hard to smoke, so I cut it back and re-lit. It eventually came good and was smoked to the nub without giving a bad taste. Some words of advice...don't let this cigar sit in the hands of the inexperienced, but rather dedicate yourself to it for the entire time and I am sure it will be a rewarding smoke. - Submitted by dragar on August 25, 2007

Review #56: Best cigar hands down. Whoever rated Philly blunt above Partegas don't know what they're talking about! Dark, nutty flavor with a slightly sweet aftertaste. Rich, full bodied smoke. Very pleasing, very relaxing. My personal favorite, Partegas is above macanudo and monte cristo. Expensive though....but all good cigars are. - Submitted by antek on August 13, 2007

Review #55: Just tried a stick from a box of 10 that was dated January 07. I found this cigar to be a bit soft in construction, yet construction overall was quite flawless. The oils in the wrapper were abundant as seen by the sheen on the wrapper. The draw was quite empty for the first half of the cigar. It burnt reasonably well with a few inbalances along the way, but it corrected itself quite easily. The absence of smoke, left the flavour out of the equation. I was walking and smoking at the same time which probably did not help with the burn. I agree with reviewer 50 that the draw was a bit of an exercise, but it got better towards the end with the smoke increasing and the flavours appearing as they should. I had bought a box of 10 in 2004 and the flavours I remember were definitely chocolate (literally chocolate) and cocoa, with some spice but not too much. Think I will let these sit a year or so before lighting another (I hate wasting good tobacco). Now all I have to do is find another cigar I can smoke in the meantime :( - Submitted by dragar on August 8, 2007

Review #54: A tales of two cigars. An example from AGO 03 was one of the blandest cigars I've ever had, yet one from JUN 06 was fantastic- strong, rich & earthy. Look for the 06s. - Submitted by Bassman on August 6, 2007

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