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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 #47: I have re-discoverd the Churchill. Throught the seasons and confusion, other Vitoles may vary, but this Habanos seems true to its origin. The Lusitania is the only Churchill I enjoy, having been through Ramon Allones Gigante, RyJ, Cohiba (Limitada!) and many others. ..And the Esplendito seems not what it one was. For my taste, the Lusitania is unique in both flavor and power. Power builds nicely with no suprises, smooth and predicatble from start to finish, down to the last third which is truly intoxicating. With taste to match. - I would agree with review #46 to a "T", only adding that this cigar's variation, which begins with the first draw, is so explicit, that it lands the Lusitania in a class of its own. Never elusive, the Lusitania is a truly unique experience which defines variation with a capital "V." Perhaps I have mis-judged. (Aficiandos of the Fuente Opus X, please argue here about complexity vs. variation). But if you are a lover of Habanos it is not to be missed. Beginners may find it challenging, experienced smokers may find its gentle power truly seductive... I recently won a box of these, at a cigar club auction. My usual habit of Pyramid and/or Robusto, (both of which seem to me more flavorful than "other" Churchills), punctuated by a Bolivar Petit Conona or Partigas Short (once aged) is now broken. From the box, the first couple of cigars started a bit flat and proceeded in a liner fashion (except the final 3rd section). - Perhaps they were weary from travel and transfer. Having rested in my humidor for a couple of weeks and although Feb 2006, I now find them not young, and constituting a predictable yet supremely varigated experience from first light to finger-burning end. The Lusinatia's signature requires no follow up. I will try to save these for Sundays. I'd be very interested to hear from anyone who enjoys the Lusitania as a daily choice. - Does its theme dull with familiarity? I'd also be very interested to listen to any discussions comparisoning complexity versus variety. Long live the Lusitania. Time to finish the last inch. This rating is based upon a once-per-week frequency. - Submitted by lbp on August 13, 2006

Review #46: An outstandingly delicious and complex smoke. I must note that I found this not quite as head kickingly strong as some reviewers felt it was, though it is full flavour. It begins at the lighter end of medium flavour and body in the first third covering the palatte with thick woody smoke with minimal spice. This slowly blossoms into the second third, remaining creamy and rich and developing flavours of tan leather, cocoa and doughey notes. The spice begins to show more in the final third and hints of liquorice and gingerbread merge into the rich, now full flavoured smoke. I smoked this to the absolute nub, I had to pinch it carefully in my fingers. This I found trully astounding for a Prominente. I have smoked other Havana house Prominentes and never been able to smoke them this far without them going hot and acidic. To me this capped it off as the finest Havana cigar I have ever smoked in my 3 and a half years or so of enjoying Havanas. Unbelievable smoke with exquisite construction. The ones I had were June 2004 production. - Submitted by A. Dyer on August 2, 2006

Review #45: This soft, yet bold, elegant, yet subtle power player of the Cuban market is a flawless cigar to be enjoyed on a special occasion. It is a treat. There is a clear reason that this beauty is the number one on so many charts. Partagas makes a statement with this piece, which I can only compare to a work by Michaelangelo or a composition by one of the great Reniassance musicians. It is so bold at times that it overwhelms its audience, yet they are willing. The burn and flow of this piece is flawless and effortless at the same time. A true rarity. A perfect TEN. - Submitted by reidyd1 on August 1, 2006


Review #43: A buddy and I split a box, and he and I both lit up our first one last Thursday, my birthday. Was it my best birthday smoke ever? You better believe it. I can't heap any more praise on this stick than what has already been said, except that the eleven I have left will be smoked frugally! A true pleasure! - Submitted by sampanaflex on July 12, 2006

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