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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 #52: got one from oct 2000 box from a reputable merchant in germany.this cigar was almost 6 years old.construction was good,slightly uneven burn,had to be relighted few times.2 hrs smoke with wood hints and no spice at all.very boring taste,no complexity at all,same taste from begining to end,pretty good draw.not recommended - Submitted by marius on September 4, 2006

Review #51: Let me add a few things to my review #50 and some clarity as well. The Lusitania had a pleasant woody sensation to it's taste. I did not! I also meant to say that it is almost two hours outdoors away from my wife. Those of you who were thinking it was just an hour would be wrong. Good thing that it is only two hours though as my wife is pretty hot! Anyway, these are the best tasting cigars that I have ever smoked and i just ordered two more boxes coded NO-SU-BM. November 98, Briones Montoto. They also have rolled RyJ's there. I also know there are only eight boxes left, so look hard as these seem to be THE boxes to own. best of luck and enjoy. - Submitted by Rich Golodner on September 1, 2006

Review #50: I have just smoked one from a box rolled at BM in August of 98. I enjoyed this as it really did develope into a complex and very tasty smoke. First the spicy pepper of most Partagas and then the flavors. I tasted chocolate, butterscotch and a pleasant woody sensation. I have had great success buying vintage sticks from Geneva and all I can say is, the older the better. PLus smoking outside keeps things happy in my marriage! An hour and away from the old lady haha! Luitanias are great smokes if they are older, I am not sure about recently rolled, but as James Suckling would say, A true blockbuster. I was saving for a Carrera, but I think my funds are going to get a little short as I spend my $'s in search of these bad boys. They were as good as my favorite aged esplendidos. Enjoy guys and girls! - Submitted by Rich Golodner on August 27, 2006

Review #49: THIS is my favourite cigar. There are more expensive cigars... but you'll not buy a better cigar than the Lucy! What do I like about it? Quality, flavor, even-burn and the satisfaction of having spent an hour with perfection. Ligador: please don't change it! - Submitted by jaxjr on August 19, 2006

Review #48: Sorry to say but... it's a DOUBLE CORONA - not a churchill. nice review though. - Submitted by Graham UK on August 14, 2006

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