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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 #341: OCT 08 Perfect draw and burn. Flat tasting at first. Lots of walnuts, almonds and earth are present throughout. Gentle yet persistent. Solid smoke production. It picks up towards the middle adding subtle tingly spice and high-toned herbaceous aromas. Cocoa powder, seaweed, spinach, baguette, white pepper. The finale is powerfully nutty, leathery, vegetal, earthy and spicy. This is a supremely masculine smoke built for the poker table or the cattle ranch. - Submitted by mjmmm on August 9, 2016

Review #340: Got this in a batch of samplers and smoked it tonight. Right off starts with an earth-like taste with a hint of pepper. Around midway started to shift towards wooden taste with a hint of sweet chocolate after taste, which I quite enjoyed, but didn't last very long. After maybe 5-6 draws it again shifted back to the earth-like taste with slightly stronger pepper taste. Also started to burn really wonky after the midway point. I was slightly disappointed because I was expecting to get more flavours out of it. I wonder if I just got a sample from a bad batch? - Submitted by Grimman on July 1, 2016

Review #339: One of my personal favorites, rarely a miss in the bunch. I've enjoyed 15 or 20 boxes over the last 6 years and I rarely have the discipline to let them age. Always a pleasure for me and my smoking friends. The only "bad" box I had just needed a few months rest and rose up to the standard to which I expected. - Submitted by individualist on June 29, 2016

Review #338: I bought a three pack of these a few weeks ago and I think they must be too fresh. To be frank, this was a rather muddled 45 minutes. It came out of the gates fast but then settled down all of a sudden. However the second third hit hard out of nowhere. No gentle transition. Blend just didn't work for me. Roller error? Who knows. I'll give it six months before trying another one. - Submitted by jumpfrog on June 7, 2016

Review #337: The D4's were a staple in my rotation until recent year or so. You can have a really good box or one that is just ok. The inconsistency recently with the brand is making it hard for me to grab one out of my humi. I usually smoke them aged although I use to smoke them fresh as well. The last batch from a box of mid 2015 are quite bad with some being decent. Not something I am use to with the Partagas brand hopefully it was just a bad box. But if you have anything prior to 2015 as I do not anymore they should be smoking good. I ran out of my 3+ year old ones. Still a really good cigar if you get a good one. - Submitted by kubatica on May 7, 2016

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