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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 #111: I have always enjoyed this cigar over the years since it consistently supplied the power and taste I enjoy in a Cuban. However it has always struck me as a bit one dimensional in its flavor relying on strengh as opposed to complexity. I recently purchased five three packs marked Oct '05 and have smoked three sticks so far. These are the best Series D's I have ever come across combining both strength and complexity and resulting in a marvelous smoke that surprisingly is ready to be smoked right now. I went back and bought ten more packs for aging from the same production date. - Submitted by John Smith - NJ on June 3, 2006

Review #110: partagas partagas.... one of my fravourite cigar. bought a box from swiss. it got a very robust and strong taste...when reaching the end the flavour just gets heavier and spicer! the typical character of a d4! its a must try for thoes who like heavy bodied cigar!enjoy your smoke mates !!!!! - Submitted by KelvinChia on May 10, 2006

Review #109: I've smoked 2 of these in the last week.They are excellent smokes.I'm not an expert on Cubans yet,but this one of the best cigars I've ever smoked.An hour long peppery,woody smoke with a hint of coffe & mocha flavors that gets creamier as you smoke it.Nice finish.Packs a heavy nicotine punch.Make sure you smoke it on a full stomache. - Submitted by afuentelover on May 6, 2006

Review #108: It took me a while to really warm up to the "Partagas flavors". I've sampled about a dozen of these robustos from different boxes over the past 3 years and they never gave me anything to "write home about" unitl now. I decided to let a few rest for a little over a year now and man does it make a difference. I had one tonight after a delicious medium rare rib eye with a bottle of a '97 Chianti and it was a a perfect a manage-a-trios. The D4 flavors along with it's aroma were absolutely intoxicating. Unlike the others I've tried, this one had the perfect draw with a burn and ash that is expected of a premium habanos... didn't have to touch it up once. I smoked this one down to a 1/4 inch...I never did that with a D4 before! I'll always have a few of these in my box, however, I'm with #107 & #106...I wouldn't trade any of my RASS SS's for them. - Submitted by D.C. Park on May 6, 2006

Review #107: I'm with reviewer #106, the construction, draw and burn were all great, aroma was good and maybe better than the flavor, which was one demensional, with a main base note of leather with no real fractional nuances off the main note, maybe with more aging it would fair better. these should be on your list for a try, and personally I think this one beats the Cohiba Robusto, but I think the King is still the RASS (Ramone Allones Specially Selected) - Submitted by wheelinco on April 27, 2006

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