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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

Average user rating

Review #17: I have been smoking some Lusis from 1997 and they are fantastic. A very smooth and easy smoking cigar, with at least 3 very distinct changes in flavor and that good 'ol Cuban kick at the end of the cigar. - Submitted by Mike D on October 4, 2004

Review #16: Well, I just smoked this cigar. It is a very long lasting cigar -- I like that a lot, except for the fact that due to it's continuity the draw is remarkably firm! I also found this cigar a bit hard to start up because of the draw, but once that was over with it was pretty smooth cruising: A lighter flavor with hints of almond and birch, but soft as silk. Even though I usually prefer a leathery cigar, this one suited me just fine for rest and relaxation. - Submitted by UberJewsen08 on September 29, 2004

Review #15: Just an astonishing experience from the first one that I tried last summer, right up until now. I think that smoking this cigar is like buying a stereo; forget about how much it costs or what people tell you about the brand, but instead just listen without knowing either. If you just smoked this cigar in a blind taste test, and someone told you it was the most rare and expensive in the World, you would believe it. In a class with the Siglo VI. - Submitted by Michael Fitzhugh on September 20, 2004

Review #14: Box date OCT02. A simply incredible cigar, both in flavor and construction. I've smoked 10 out of my box, only one had burn problems. Medium body with loads of complex flavors, I can smoke these to a nub without a hint of harshness. The unique Partagas flavor profile (slightly sweet?) is consistent throughout the burn while other flavors emerge halfway into the cigar. Advice to jjme - try not to smoke any Cubans until the box is at least a year old. I can't think of any Cubans of this size that will burn well when they're only a few months old. - Submitted by tomhowzer on July 25, 2004

Review #13: I had a friend bring back from Havana. a box of Lusitania's and a box of Sir Winston's. The latter I gave away as a present. The Lusitania's I am smoking. They are coded HTM Feb 04 and were bought at Casa del Habano, Habana Libre Hotel. After finishing over 2/3 of the box, I must admit to being slightly dissapointed. Without fail each cigar was excellent for about 4" and then tunelled and burnt out. I tried relighting and smoking the remaining 3.5 inches, but the taste in a word was revolting, and left the palette feeling like a coal scuttle.What else can I say! - Submitted by jjme on July 6, 2004

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