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Partagas Presidentes

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:10,79 gr.Score:7.8
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #20: ---   A very handsome cigar with an underwhelming range that surprised me. I expecting complexity and was given a consistent papery flavour,with some hints of honey and milk. The burn was perfect, the smoke creamy however its taste profile was lacklustre. I maybe need to give it another chance. Maybe some day. - Submitted by bundwallah on April 12, 2010

Review #19: ---   Bought three sticks from a local reputable retailer. These are not wrapped with cello as the picture suggest but the wrapper colour is similar. My guess at the age is around the 3 - 4 year mark being that the wrapper is still slightly oily looking. I must say the the double figurado is nicely constructed with a finely veined wrapper. Unlit, the cigar exudes an inviting sweet scent of dried cut grass. After clipping the end to make a hole about 1/3" in diameter, the test draw is firmish, not dissimilar to sucking Slurpee from a straw. Having lit with a torch butane lighter, the burn is a little uneven with white ash tinged with a little grey. The smoke from the first third was a little austere and about a medium-light body. The bready aroma of the smoke is pleasing but sadly, not enough was coming through. Some sweetness ,hints of coffee and cocoa with some minerally taste best describes it. Quite boring and monodimesional. BUT come the second third and the cigar really blossoms. Increasing in body and taste, now there is milk chocolate, then there is toasted coffee. A myriad of flavours accompanied by spice assault the palate. The austerity becomes a distant memory and the smoke becomes thick and rich almost as if you could chew on it. The burn becomes even with nice ripples of white ash forming. What a transformation! Yet the best is still to come! Just after the halfway mark, the flavours increase in intensity. The sweetness tapers out giving way to a pleasing dryness. Now dark chocolate and leather join the orchestra of flavours. Time stands still as waves of rich, creamy smoke wash upon my palate. The full bodied smoke veils a crescendo of flavours. The sun has set and the cooling twilight breeze becomes apparent when I realise that I am down to my last inch. A brilliantly satisfying smoke fit for a 'Presidente' and for its price, a definite steal. It would have been a 10 if not for the lack lustre performance at the start. Cannot wait to see what some time in the humidor will yield. To the unnamed team of Cubans that laboured to bring this cigar into being, thank you. - Submitted by sengjc on November 18, 2009

Review #18: it is a delighted-cigar among the mainstream items. the key point is how to age these in humidor with a suitable environment. i had suffered with hard-draw. in order to avoid this, i had experienced to rotate this stick in a weekly or bi-weekly base. timing must be key factor as i enjoyed these sticks after a more than half-year ageing under this rotating-pattern. u can easily find that it's working. there is no doubt on aroma, taste, ash. patience is the key if you want to enjoy perfectly. - Submitted by ericryan on July 21, 2009

Review #17: a good cigar but i do not find it to be up to par with the partagas brand.pepper and earth flavors - Submitted by sause2112 on July 17, 2009

Review #16: I have to agree with review No. 10 in that it almost has to be clipped to a 40 ring gauge to get a decent draw. Mine had draw issues until the final third but that probably had to do with the fact that it was quite moist. Now, all that being said I thought that the cigar tasted great and wouldn't hesitate to smoke many in the future. Wonderful Partagas tobacco with pepper, coffee and leather notes swirling around the taste buds making it a truly wonderful experience. It did get a bit strong, but not unpleasant, at the end resulting in a nicotine buzz of biblical proportion. Wow, it knocked me on my butt but what a ride!!!!! - Submitted by jazzbass on July 4, 2009

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