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Partagas 8-9-8 Sin Barnizar

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Corona GrandeRing:42
Weight:10,14 gr.Score:8.7
Presentation: Cabinet 8-9-8 of 25

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Review #8: DEC 98 Recently I bought a half dozen of 8-9-8-unvarnished as homage to all discontinued slimmer cigars (I will miss the most Rafael Gonzalez Lonsdales). They came from December 1998 box and I didnít expect too much from them as they were made in provincial factory on the peak of cigar boom. Surprisingly all of them were without significant burn problems and were rather consistent in construction. This one had nice veinless wrapper, great smell at cold and good draw. Ten years on the shelve made tobacco well matured but complexity was not its strong point. I didnít get out any really interesting flavors: mostly earth and pure tobacco. I couldnít get rid of feeling that this cigar was once harsh and bitter. This is definitely completely different cigar from bigger and famous brother from varnished box. Although I like this kind of vitolas (Cervantes, Corona Grande) I will not particularly miss this one. - Submitted by Diademo on June 4, 2008

Review #7: Had some of the last 2001s, but - a pity - was not overly impressed. When smoked a bit on the dry side, it is a bit harsh and "old style" Partagas peppery, similar to the Coronas. But when properly humidified, it is very mellow and almost boring, not representing the Partagas standards any more. Surely, it has some substance and subtlety, but does not really fit into the marca. Aromas are very decent, faint coffee, mild cedar and oak, but almost edging on cardboard. Would try it again eventually, but do not see myself searching for it... That said, I might attribute my disappointment to the very light Claro wrappers and draws on the overly loose side. - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on May 29, 2008

Review #6: I have had some from the 70's and some from the 90's. All have been real good. They are much more milder than the Varnish, and of course, a smaller vitola. It takes concentration to appreciate the subtle, yet complex tastes. Cedar, honey, and light coffee predominantly. Too bad these are d/c'ed. - Submitted by planetbetter on November 4, 2007

Review #5: smoked one from a 2000 box, perfekt burn very good aromas. Can confirm chocolate taste from reviewer no.4 , very nice - Submitted by bolibeli on March 28, 2007

Review #4: Smoked one of this from an undated box. According to the supplier, it is a 1998 aged cigar. The smoke is surprising smooth unlike the strong character of most Partagas. Very well constructed with a slightly tight draw. I believe the smoke could be better if I have cut instead of punching the cigar. Burnt evenly right till the end with a full body dark chocolate taste. Not for those looking for a strong spicy smooth. A very good cigar for those with time and a cup of strong coffee. - Submitted by pak on July 13, 2006

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