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Partagas Lusitanias

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:17,86 gr.Score:8.9
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #77: I am not a big fan of this smoke. I just don't feel that it is a good representative of the flavors of Partagas. The construction is also at times suspect with this size. Aromatic yes, but very light in the flavor department. I feel that the Punch DC offers more consistent construction and delivers more flavor. - Submitted by fabio on October 28, 2007

Review #76: I just finished a Lusi from an ENE07 box. Without question, this shows the best potential of any I've had since mid-2003. As strong as I would want a Lusi to be, with rich, complex flavors, and a nice peppery finish. Well worth a cab purchase, IMO. - Submitted by shrink on October 22, 2007

Review #75: There is always present a special feeling when I'm reaching for Lusitanias in my humidor. They are truly nice looking cigars with reddish wrapper and flawless draw. First from the box (PUT JUL 06) was definitely too young for my taste but I wanted to try her in this period of her life nevertheless that I prefer more matured cigars. This Lusitania was kicking and jumping with tastes of paper, earth and leather but never became too harsh. This is definitely young cigar which will become a true gem in three to four years. Cuban production from 2006 is really amazing. Right now Iím purchasing cigars from 2006 nevertheless that there are more matured in the market. - Submitted by Diademo on October 15, 2007

Review #74: I am proud to say that I smoked this bad boy and it is strong in pepery flavor with hints of vanilla and a earty finish. Great cigar to company you on a fishing trip or outdoors because of its aromatic style you'll turn heads and they cellebrate it's aroma. - Submitted by cmyparadise4u on August 28, 2007

Review #73: Smoked an '06 last week. Very good and a great value at only 11 euros a stick here in Frankfurt. All of the usual Partagas characteristics, medium of strength, full bodied, lots of spice, excellent burn, and good draw. High quality stick. 2 hour burn. Exhibited none of the negative characteristics associated with youth. As matter of fact, no matter the brand, I've noticed 2006 has been a hell of year for Cuban cigars!!! - Submitted by Jimbo on August 22, 2007

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