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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 #121: I think this is a great cigar with a very unique flavor. It's definitely a contender when pitted against the Cohiba Robusto, but I just don't think it's quite there yet. However, to be fair, the price is so much less than the Cohiba & the taste is so great that you quickly stop making those kinds of comparisons & just enjoy this for what it is...and excellend Cuban cigar. - Submitted by mladenovic on September 19, 2006

Review #120: How anyone could say this isn't one of the top 2 or 3 cigars in this format coming out of Cuba is beside me. Its not for every occasion, or mood, where as I feel I could smoke a Royal Corona for breakfast or a Cohiba Robusto for lunch, this one is for after dinner. Specially after a steak with a nice glass of margeux or even port. Similar flavors found in its lankier brother the 898, but a little less powerfull, but still quite strong. Spicy, sweet, chocolate, with a creamy rosado draw and finish. A delight to smoke, and a delight to buy by the box at the prices these command. - Submitted by mprach on September 16, 2006

Review #119: Had my first one 2 days ago. Just great cigar, nice quality. To me it is the best size. A Robusto is always nice to smoke. The D 4 has it's own aroma, i found it to be a medium taste worth the money. Next week i will by 10 of them chosen from a new box of twenty-five (the best ones) from LA CASA DEL HABANO Montreal. - Submitted by beaver on September 1, 2006

Review #118: One of my favourite Robusto to date, and in my opinion, a more consistant smoke than the more popular Cohiba Robusto. Not a cigar to be rushed, as it's full strength is apparent from first light to the excellent finish. Was lucky enough to score a Reserva 2000 of this particular smoke... and that was the best Robusto I think I will ever smoke. - Submitted by MikePomery on September 1, 2006

Review #117: Well after a one month hiatus from smoking due to dental procedures, I decided to light one PSD4 for the "homecoming ceremonies", and I wasn't the least bit dissappointed! What a great cigar. I had been reading about the PSD4 in some cigar forums, burning with desire to have one, and when my shipment finally came in, I had to stop smoking for 30 days. It was terrible but it proved rewarding since I let the PSDs rest a few days before succumbing to temptation and lighting one last night. Every thing was as expected: well built cigar, good weight in hand, nice triple cap and easily clipped, great pre-lit draw, good bunching of the leaves and then the torching of the foot revealed the powerhouse of a smoke this is. Notes of leather all over the place, with perhaps traces of pepper and even a faint indication of chocolate. Nice gray ash, falling down on its own every inch and a half. Needed one minor touch up towards the final inch after getting to the ice box for more cubes for the Scotch. Went with it way past the half-inch marking, stopping only because my lips were endangered with attempts at self-arson. What a great smoke! The remaining sticks will sleep a couple of years, when I will again report on this majestic stick. Happy smokes, pals! - Submitted by tradusir on August 30, 2006

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