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Partagas Charlottes

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:6,39 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Partagas Charlottes Review:

This hand-made was discontinued in 2002. Partagas Charlottes is slim and with that "Partagas style" strength. Very difficult to find because latest production was extremely small and only some cigar retailers are lucky enough to have them.

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Review #10: AUG 98 Medium in strenght. Very pleasant aroma, spices, wood, leather, little bit tangy and dry. Pity that they are no longer on the market. Perfect for coffee. - Submitted by kml on May 29, 2015

Review #9: --- 98 an odd size...quite thin yet decent length. very tasty...spice and cedar and very acidy/tangy. strength...very strong 5/5...a classic example of a cigar that increases in strength as it ages. have 4 or 5 boxes stashed...whenever i see them on the shelves i buy. - Submitted by dvickery on September 17, 2012

Review #8: --- 99 Sadly, there is one less Charlottes in the world after I sent one to its death on Friday. If this is old school Partagas flavour then I am a big fan. The flavours, were big, bold, rich, and balanced. I didn't find any coffee, more leather and wood. The smoke is abundant, creamy, and spicy. I can't say anything bad about this cigar. I wish Partagas still made these. There is nothing in the current line up that is like this. Perfect draw yet it burned a little fast for my liking. - Submitted by cookj1 on March 8, 2010

Review #7: AUG 98 I had try two pcs from box FRP OSSU.Construction is OK,good draw combustion.The cigar started very mild and goes more powerfull.I can described like medium fllvoured and medium in strengt.Maybe she lost the strengt with years.Smell pleasant, but i smoked it outdoors.Dominant woody and taste of presso,no spicy.Good but not memorable.7,5 stars.I will looking how they will chynged after month. - Submitted by kml on January 11, 2010

Review #6: Just opened a box (probably the coolest box ever by the way, 5 layers of 5 in a small dress box)from 1998. I love the vitola, same as Partagas Serie du Conaisseur No. 3. Dark and very oily wrapper, couldn't stop touching it. They taste very much like Serie du Conaisseur No. 3, only a bit stronger, and slightly more of the typical Partagas flavours. Woody sweetness and a wonderful aroma. Not a lot of spice, not even in the finish. Construction and burn is p e r f e c t in every way. A shame they stopped making these in 2002. - Submitted by Sortemand on April 4, 2007

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