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Partagas Petit Coronas

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #13: As an FYI to 'Bolivar' and other readers, the Partagas Millie Fleur and the Petit Corona are two entirely different cigars, the former being machine made and the latter hand made. Both are good for what they are, but are in different classes. - Submitted by PartiShort on February 25, 2005

Review #12: I recently had my first encounter with the Partagas Petit Corona, a.k.a. Partagas Mille Fleurs. Because of itís price and size I consider this baby to be an in between cigar, a little snack (just like Actionhost does). Before I smoked this stick, my favorite cigar in the snack-category was the Flor de Cano Predilectos Tubulares, which unfortunately is not reviewed on this site (anything that can be done about that?). The Partagas Petit Corona costs less then Ä10 more a box, but is so much more cigar! Itís looks are a lot better, theyíre really good for such an inexpensive cigar: a nice oily wrapper and some minor veins. When lit, the stick itself has a very strong chocolate-scent. Itís aroma consists of lotís of cocoa and coffee with some spice kicking in in the second half. To the end some minor burnproblems arose, nothing serious. The smoke lasted a little over an hour, which is also great value for money. In the future, this cigar is going to be a frequent guest in my humidor! - Submitted by Bolivar on January 17, 2005

Review #11: This is a great snackcigar. I picked a box up at the airport and I have no regrets. It's not a real complex cigar but it has some nice flavors. The burn is good an the ash is white and compact. It's not an headturner but it is great for a quik smoke. - Submitted by Actionhost on December 29, 2004

Review #10: Who said it's not complex? This is, along with SLR Regios, my favourite havana. Rich, dusty, spicy earth and cinnamon flavours with a smooth, creamy coffee background. As it gets to halfway it keeps all those but a rich chocolate flavour appears. Complex, rich full flavours and brilliant in every way :). - Submitted by A. Dyer on December 18, 2004

Review #9: Just tried one from JAN 01 what a classic smoke, kind of like a thinner D4,dark oily wrappers, strong tobacco flavors (good strong tobacco flavors). It seems that any thing made in 2000 and early 2001 was outstanding. All the other brands that i have in my humidor from 2000 and 01 are classic cuban. - Submitted by BIGYESTA on December 16, 2004

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