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Partagas Serie D No. 4

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:8.6
Presentation: 2 Layers in a varnished Semi Boite Nature of 25

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Review #286: ---   usually people tend to start cigar smoking with cheaper and more subtle cigars, to be able to generate a benchmark for the greater cigars to come. i have picked up cigar smoking not so long ago and lost my virginity to this amazing tobacco...as soon as its light...rushing sensations of sweetness mixed with the aroma of the cigar gives you instant pleasure. i found my self hanging on to it all through the day as i never wanted the sweet aroma to leave my presence...but what blow my sense buds of was the hint of wiskey flavor right from the middle to the end. couple that with the sweetness and the creamy flavor, and you have a bench mark for all cigars to come. since then i have tried the cohibas, the montis, and the r&j, yet this cigar, still remains one of my favorites.... - Submitted by yuri86 on February 22, 2011

Review #285: ---   this serie D No.4 is my cup of whisky,dont drink tea. from start to finish the draw was so even,creamy cocoa and honey taste. all blended in a tobacco earthy bliss.in the aftermath, it had me smelling my upper lip. highly recommened!!! - Submitted by filix on December 3, 2010

Review #284: ---   My first PSD4 was bought in 2008 from a cigar factory in Habana along with several other cigars (Montecristo No2, Cohibas, Trindad etc)all to try. It was the best of the bunch, superb in every way - taste, aroma, burn, draw. It goes well with a seven year old Havana Club rum (even better with a Mount Gay 12 year old). I made sure I bought a box of 25 before leaving Cuba. I have since enjoyed more boxes. The Cohiba Robusto rivals it, but the only cigar I have found to better it is its big brother the PSP2. - Submitted by Nigel Moxley on November 5, 2010

Review #283: ---   I used to steer clear of Partagas as I had been told at some point that they could be overpowering, however when a friend and a serious source of authority recommended a Series D no 4 based on my specifications of enjoying a lighter, flavoursome smoke with lots of sweetness and creaminess I decided to delve. I found that it had really good, firm, earthy flavour, not overly complex but satisfying, perhaps what you might think of as a traditional, almost quintessential cigar flavour. This earthiness mellowed out further in, and became slightly more fruity, with hints of grape and raisin. I thoroughly enjoyed this, and a Robusto is a good size for a decent, pensive smoke. - Submitted by TheWiccaMan on November 1, 2010

Review #282: ---   Maybe I was lucky with the single I bought (some have pointed out inconsistencies in production), but it was outstanding. Almonds, caramel, leather, fruit, complexity. Puts a smile on your face. - Submitted by Pilot on October 25, 2010

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