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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 #196: Completement d'accord avec review #168: je ne les aient pas tous goutés, mais j'ai fumé beaucoup de Robusto, et il me semble que le seul capable de le battre soit le Cohiba. Certes, j'ai un petit penchant pour cette marque(Cohiba), mais pour le prix, le D4 me semble etre le grand vainqueur! Un pure délice, doux et épicé à la fois. - Submitted by haleakala on March 28, 2008

Review #195: I agree with review #93. This cigar gets a lot of hype. It is good, but bland. I think it is good for a new fan ov Cubans. Some reviews go crazy about this cigar. Its is good. There are better cigars for the money. It is weel constructed. The draw is wonderufl. The taste is not complex and does not spark taste buds after the first few draws. I will say that this was a great cigar when it came out as a Limited Edition. Unofrtunately, that quality has not continued. If you want to try this one at its best, a version was relased that includes an additional black identifier. It was released mostly in the Far East and Switzerland. Fortunately, I live in Japan. I put two boxes in hibernation. - Submitted by kawasaki on March 21, 2008

Review #194: Hi. i have never really been drawn to the PSD4, (i normally prefer RYJ short church or Co Rob - that is, in this particular format), but of late i have found myself smoking more of these (from a 5x3 pack).... they are very satisfying, but start off a bit flat. Opens up half way to give that nice Cuban kick, i also detected minerals, a subtle saltiness and a little spice at the end of this very 'earthy' smoke. The minerals/salt made me think of the fine Cuban soil it was grown in!!! It is definately an interesting smoke, but i wouldnt say they are the best robusto! I think i prefer the 'newer' blends that are aimed at the newbies as they are slightly lighter and sweeter. .... It could be the case that these PSD4s need ageing?? .... only in time, i will find out. a previous review said the 15s are more popular so tend to be younger so I have just ordered a box of 25 - will request my vendor to hopefully select a box with some age on it! - Submitted by Gobind on March 21, 2008

Review #193: looks good,draws good..earthy,medium-full bodied smoke.a bit peppery.not very complex,gets a little sweeter at the end.not the typical Partagas taste you would expect.Totally different from a Lusitania. - Submitted by Yilmaz on March 20, 2008

Review #192: What Frenchness is to wine this cigar is to smoking. Do you remember the first time you hit the note? Do you remember your first kiss? Combine these two and you get this hand rolled 1 hour of your favorite childhood summer. It’s the faultless Symphony of flavors that brings to mind everything that is clean and pure as first snow on mountain top. I was smoking this in a public place and I felt little smug, but let me assure you my dear friend, I did not show it to anyone else. I was cool as can of double frozen beans. You can go and smoke one of these in your favorite smoking spot in public and no one is thinking any less of you as long as you don’t show how you are actually feeling. You might even get to know the little Frenchman living in your Soul. When it comes to guilty pleasures this cigar is front runner for those who have self respect and are aware of fellow humans around. Just be careful that you don’t get labeled with those other Partagas Serie D no 4 smokers who have no control of their inner self, masculinity and their public persona. - Submitted by La Floridita on March 12, 2008

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