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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 #57: I read a lot of peole have had bad experiences with the Partags Lusi. When rolled properly and aged properly, it is one of the best smoking experiences one can imagine. Completely different as anyone knows from other cigars. The Lusi is dark and spicy, hinting at other flavors, but whatever. It is a damn good smoke when it is well taken care of. Enjoy! - Submitted by Rich Golodner on November 16, 2006

Review #56: I find the Lusitania a bit bland. Spongy, wheaty, OK draw. But have smoked two recently from a May 2006 box and don't think it's likely aging will add taste but gonna try. Previous experience with this cigar was similarly disappointing. Not at all a bad cigar, but maybe just not for me. I prefer Montes, SLRs and Hoyos. - Submitted by carld on November 12, 2006

Review #55: Without a doubt, this has got to be one of my favourites - a good smoke all the way to the end. I found it quite a different smoke from the cohiba's i am used to, and you can really taste the wood around the middle. Cohiba's are still the brand with which I most associate with, but the Lusitanias is the best of the Partagas. It seems to suit any mood and apart from that, it looks bloody amazing! Vive Che! - Submitted by El Che on October 10, 2006

Review #54: My box from 2003 is almost gone so I ordered another box from 06. This one is still a little young and needs some aging but has the making of another great partagas. It has a good draw and an even burn. It starts of medium bodied and becomes more full in the middle.It's complex and gets spicier at the end. - Submitted by jn-888 on September 23, 2006

Review #53: thats my second review on this cigar.got another one from diffrent merchant.i decided to give another shot to this famous puro,maybe it will change my mind.unfortubately this lusitania wasnt much better than the other one.firts 2 inches where ok but than it started tunneling.the draw was real tight,i had to relight this puro 5 times.taste was earth,mashroom some wood hints,please spare me chocolate and coffee description because that does not exist in lusitanias.well i paid 15 usd for single stick,what a waste.burn was uneven,tunneling again almost boring taste,any cohiba taste and burns much better.i think i will give one more shot when in geneva next weekend but that will be the last one. - Submitted by marius on September 11, 2006

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