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Partagas Coronas

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:9,29 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #11: At first glance, I was afraid to buy one of these cigars. My tobacconists humidor contained half a dozen of these, and they looked like they had come through a war. Lumpy wrappers, with some wrappers starting to come undone. I chose the best of the bunch, and still had a dimple near the head. But, Holey Moley!!, was I ever impressed with the smoke! It was truly delicious, right from foot to head. I don't talk about spicy, earthy, coffee, etc. just tobacco, because that's what I taste. This cigar had a heavenly taste, good draw, and I'd be willing to invest in a box of them. - Submitted by W. Merrifield on December 21, 2006

Review #10: Referring to yapi's review, i was the unlucky one. Although the taste was great, but the imperfect draw made it a less then perfect experience and didn't do justice to the cigar. - Submitted by Patton on December 26, 2005

Review #9: Smoked one with Patton last night, excellent flavour, not very complex, but it's acceptable, there's nothing wrong with an extremely tastfull one dimensional cigar!! Bought them in Spain, only 5,40!! Had double luck with the draw, placed them in tubos for transport in my pocket, I picked the one with the excellent draw, Patton's was too tightly roled... I lett him be the judge of his experience, mine was excellent!! - Submitted by Yapi on December 24, 2005

Review #8: Cabinet SUA ABR02 Exceptional quality. Beautiful dark natural color, which is what I prefer, except for Bolivars. Slightly veiny wrapper with the occassional water stain. Nice flat well made cap. Nice draw, having a slight resistance but producing tons of rich thick smoke. The smoke is smooth and creamy coating the palate with flavors of wood and subtle spice undertones. 2/3rds through I picked up a slight nutty and anise flavor mixed with consistent woody notes. There is the ever present cuban twang, but not as pronounced as in say a Punch. Med -full bodied, mild-med strength. Mellow and rich, fairly one dimensional woody flavor, but highly enjoyable. A relaxing cigar. I\'d give it an A - Submitted by JGIORD on June 26, 2005

Review #7: I tried one from a 97 box. It's one of my best smoking experience. Well balanced, rich aromas, a perferct draw, smooth taste. I understand why everybody say "it's a cuban classic" - Submitted by Simon on October 23, 2004

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