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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 #27: Finally opened a box from 1985 production. The wrappers are still oily and shiney and very toothy with lots of bloom on the top layer. What a treat the prelight aromas are classic cuban partagas. The overwelming scent of strong tobacco is dominant, intermingle strong choclolate and espresso, with a touch of pecans and this is true bliss. The first few puffs are a signal of what is to come, a one of a kind unique flavor and aroma that only a 20 year old cigar can produce. The ash is pure white with some dark marbeling, the ash was almost 2 inches long before i knocked it off. I purchased these cigars in spain in 1985 in early march, when i was there on business. I purchased 10 boxes, with the idea of reselling them for profit. For some reason i never sold any of them and placed them unopened in the back shelf in my walk in humidor and forgot about them until now. What a surprise when i opened the first box, what a treat when i lit the first one. I know they are from 1985 because thats the year i got married, and on our honey moon in France - Submitted by bigyesta on February 25, 2005

Review #26: An aristocrat of a smoke! The finest Partagas cigar, and probably the best Prominente of all. Wonderful, full flavors of sweet wood, earth and cocoa. Medium bodied but develops in strength right up to a rich and spicy finish, with a savory aftertaste. Mine are from an April 04 box - ready to enjoy now, surprisingly balanced and smooth. What a delightful way to spend a couple of hours! Cigar heaven... - Submitted by shrink on February 15, 2005

Review #25: In regards of review #24 by JR. Here in cayman we have lots of them and it's cheaper by the dozen! Yes I'm taking about the Lusitanias... I was in town few days ago drop by also to my favorite cigar shop (Churchill Cigar Shop Of Grand Cayman) this beautifully well constructed cigar caught my attention, I asked Juan (a cuban managing the shop)how is this cigar? He just said "smell it" I did, all I can say is Yah Mon! JR, my co aficionado, Salud!!! - Submitted by pinoyman on January 29, 2005

Review #24: Smoked my Lusitania while a friend and I visited a nightclub in Caracas. A stunning Venezuelan brunette sat down next to me and the next two hours were "heaven on earth." I said to my friend, "This is incredible!" He said, "Yeah, she is very beautiful." I said, "No, I mean this cigar. It's incredible." - Submitted by JR on January 28, 2005

Review #23: Happy New Year to all Cuban Lovers! I am not sure,Mr,Ms, peatnutaxis(the really aficionado) ,are we smoking the Real Partags anyway? In my opinion these are so near the perfect than cigar can do! Well, only IMHO. Honest, only 9.5/10, let`s see the future. - Submitted by rookie on January 2, 2005

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