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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 #73: MAR 03 I spent the weekend in Barcelona a few weeks ago and payed a vist to the famous Gimeno cigar shop. Aftwer showing an interest in buying a box of 25 I was shown downstairs to the large underground 'walk in' humidor. This experience in itself is heaven for an cigar fan as you are faced with hundreds of boxes of Cuban cigars. I was keen to buy a box of 'aged' cigars and looked through all my favorite brands until I came across this box of MAR 03 898's. I have always enjoyed this smoke for its sheer complexity and strength but was not so impressed with the price. With the euro so strong against the pound the box cost me 205 but bought them knowing how difficult it can be to get aged cigars nowadays. Anyway, what an amazing box so far. I have smoked 3 so far and they have all been superb.They have all smoked evenly and tasted just as I would have hoped for;lots of thick Partagas earthy, spicyness with a slight sweetness developing as the cigar smoked into the second phase. I am now torn whether I prefer these to the Serie PN2 which I also have in my humidor but I find them a different smoking experience. The Dalia in my opinion is very much an indoor smoke after a big dinner which can get blown away a bit when outdoors. The Serie P delivers more smoke with its bigger gauge, perhaps for an outdoor post BBQ.I love them both. - Submitted by cjarman on May 29, 2008

Review #72: Nice smoke from partagas. Maybe smoked it to fast after a copieus meal, first third was ok, second was great, third powerfull. I like partagas (best serie D n1). But with all those great cigars on the market and the nearby launch of a regular magnum 50 & Epicure especial, the new limited editions with a monte sublime, cuaba piramide and partagas (yes) petit robusto mmmjam mjam, sadly no box of 898 in the close future will be purchased... to be continued - Submitted by Yapi on April 27, 2008

Review #71: Half way through my box from 1998 and not all of them were great, but this one was. Beautifully balanced spice progressing towards a surprising last third with dominant wood notes. - Submitted by kiste on March 16, 2008

Review #70: Smoked an 898 last night from a 12/05 box. Very good smoke that started full with the typical Partagas sweet spice then switched back to medium a quarter of the way in. Flavor and strength went back and forth keeping my attention. This is a very good smoke that will get better with time. - Submitted by jeht2000 on February 27, 2008

Review #69: I had one of these the other day and I wasn't too impressed. Good construction and draw, but lacking that strong Partagas flavor I expected. I will try these again after 6 months in the humidor. Updates to follow. - Submitted by nnjlon2 on February 17, 2008

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