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Partagas Serie D No. 4

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Partagas Cigars
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 #151: To review #150: WOW, you have all that to say just after smoking one D No.4....After that review you really need to get a good humidor and stock it up with some cubans and start aging them for your self, it's the best way to go. Just don't tell you'r wife if you'r married....cuz she will kill you when she see's the bill. LOL GOOD LUCK!! - Submitted by johnnysmoke on April 4, 2007

Review #150: After over 6 months of lusting after one of these, I finally took the plunge and bought one. Today I lost all patience and lit up. Pre-lit, these don't have a huge amount of scent or taste. An unlit puff reveals a quite typical Partagas aroma. The ratio of length to ring gauge is great, and the rather veiny wrapper only makes it look more masculine. After lighting up I got a very recognizable Partagas taste, although not as violently peppery as some other vitolas in the brand (looking at you, Shorts). Soon, though, it made place for a very, very fruity aroma. Something I'd much sooner associate with a Dominican cigar. It kept evolving in this mould and then added some cream to the flavour, although the smoke texture remained light. The burn was even all the way, and the cone I got was probably due to a bit of wind it caught outside (I moved inside about half-way through). The draw was pretty close to perfect, too. So much for observations. Now for critique. Unfortunately, the raving reviews and high scores here weren't reflected in my experience. There were all sorts of things right with this cigar: draw, burn, plenty of smoke, ... And then there were all sorts of things wrong. First of all, this thing burned fast! I finished it in about 50 minutes to a nub. I know a cigar of this size can easily clock in about 70 minutes. Despite being well-stuffed, it felt rather light in the hand as well... Then there was the flavour. There's no denying it had a unique flavour as far as my Habanos experience goes (which is modestly far). Very fruity. But if I wanted that, I'd just get something from the DR. There was enough flavour, just hardly any force and definitely not enough depth. It just didn't... interest me. I got a lot more distracted by Rachmaninov's third piano concerto than the smoke going through my nostrils. So, over 100 happy smokers here, and me thoroughly disappointed. What went wrong? First of all, I don't have a humidor. I buy my cigars separately. But I do check out the humidity, slightly adjusting should it be required. This cigar definitely wasn't dry. But perhaps not as moist as I thought either. Secondly, I didn't give this one any chance to age. And finally, I just don't really like fruit. But I don't feel I should be apologetic towards a disappointing smoke. I've had bone-dry Aristocrats that still enticed me, and even cigars that should become better with age have the right feel to them early on. The harsh truth is: this was an expensive stick I immensely looked forward to, and all I could think of while smoking it was "I'd rather light that Monte #5 I have lying about". Personal taste, bad cigar, 2 years aging an absolute requirement... Hell, I don't know what went wrong, but it will take a while before I give this one another shot. I'd rather splash some extra money on a Lusitania. Important note: it wasn't a fake. My review might send some alarm bells ringing, but I get my 'gars from reliable shops and thoroughly scrutinize more expensive ones. Also, there were some observations very similar to what I read here and on other sites. Unfortunately, all the great parts seemed to be missing... So, what should this mean to you, dear reader... Obviously there's something magnificent about this stick. You can't really argue with so many enthusiastic reviewers. But always try a single before going any further. You like what YOU like... be honest about it, and trust your own opinion more than anything else. - Submitted by Nekotaku on April 2, 2007

Review #149: I bought tbe 3 pack... Before lighting, The aroma of the cigar is oustanding. When lit, its an spectacular smoke. Excellent draw. On the other hand, I am afraid the ash is grey and very curved. It stays on the cigar a lot of time but it is not even and straight... its messy. The 3 pack was bought in a world recognized store, Its the number cigar store here in Argentina, so i have no doubt that its genuine. In addition, the Partagas aroma is unmistakable, so i can asure you its genuine. Does anyone has the same opinion?. Its still an Excellent cigar for me... but i don't like the ash at all... Am i mistaken?. Thanks.- - Submitted by nahkhur7 on March 30, 2007

Review #148: The stronger cigar i ever had.When i smoke this "smoke factories" i wish i will stay alive to...smoke the next one!!!Very tasty,real raw cuban power.PERFECT - Submitted by nikolaros on March 21, 2007

Review #147: I had one yesterday at the Dorchester in London, it was absolutely brilliant, the smell was amazing, the smoke started smooth as coffee and end with a mint spicy everlasting taste. Top notch. - Submitted by teahouse on March 12, 2007

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