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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 #176: I smoked this stogie atop the roof terrace of the Taros bar in Essouira, Morocco. Looking down upon the ramparts where Orson Welles made 'Othello' and beyond to the Atlantic. A fitting setting for an excellent cigar. Incidently although I purchased this in Spain you can buy a cuban at the Taros in case you ever get caught short on the west moroccan coast. Cedar, earth and spice are the dominant flavours. Great robusto's deliver an intensity, richness and complexity that is hard to find in smaller ring gauge cigars. This was a great robusto and although similar in flavour it was so much more than the Partagas Corona. It produced a great buzz on the lips and ended with complexed spice/peppery flavours. Generally a good even burn. My second favourite robusto after the Boli RC. - Submitted by CastroGTX on August 13, 2007

Review #175: What a first class smoke ! lovely thick rich and stronge smoke and perfect burn Deeper, richer & full bodied my number 1 favorite robusto. - Submitted by krishmetz on August 13, 2007

Review #174: Smoked my first Serie D No. 4 after hearing lots of good things about it. The Cigar took off and never landed, meeting all of my expectations, from the first puff to the last. The draw, the burn, the taste were all there, leaving me wanting more even after the smoke (which never happens to me). Definitely the best smoke I've had in my short cigar-smoking life. - Submitted by boknows23 on August 9, 2007

Review #173: It was probably built up too much but still disappointing. I had a huge canoe going. I thought that I was a fan of the stronger cigars, but this one tells me that I'm closer to the middle range. Far too spicy. - Submitted by traded on August 6, 2007

Review #172: Yesterday was D-Day....Partgas Serie D Day. I put the No 4 through its paces. First on its own, then with a glass of Western Australian Cabernet Merlot. Working my way through half of the cigar I discovered its true essence. Strong in spice and a woody-leathery finish. I completed a lovely spicy Thai meal before putting it to yet another test. It sustained its power throughout. It was my first experience smoking this cigar.It was very well constructed however burnt a little unevenly. Its power was apparent immediately. It tapered off through the the middle third before returning it its full glory to accompany my Gentlemans Jacks on the rocks, post meal. What an experience! You will always find a Serie D No 4 in my Humidor. For the seasoned Afficianado it will be a regular smoke - for the newcomer, beware, D-Day awaits you!!! - Submitted by donwah23 on August 3, 2007

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