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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 #96: This cigar is great. The Partagas peppery taste is very present. I have developed the acquired taste of this brand. This sample has an excellent and untiresome draw. I have had several cigars, today. They were all cuban all-stars to remain nameless. This PSD4 stands out. - Submitted by HUC on February 26, 2006

Review #95: This is a great cigar. I do love the Partagas branch, but never smoked the serie D no 4, and I fell in love with it immediately. I love the robusto from Ramon Allones, but this one is even better! I can greatly recommend it. - Submitted by Patton on February 5, 2006

Review #94: It's hard to find a critic of this smoke, it ranks right up their with the Cohiba Robusto,,,and easier to afford. I love the Partagas line, from the 898 Varnished to the Shorts,,I believe they have the most variety by size that I have seen,,however the Robusto is my very favorite. I have four boxes in humidor from the mid 90's,,and tried one on my birthday a few months back,,hard to describe the experience,,wonderful,,,wish my birthday was everyday. Ted/Ohio - Submitted by Ted/Ohio on January 29, 2006

Review #93: After aging it for 2 years, this is definitely one of the best robusto made, if not the best. Nice and complex, even burn, full bodied but not overpowering, well balanced and has a long finish. Smoked it with a Fonseca Vintage Port 1977, it was great. Another finger burner. :D - Submitted by jn-888 on January 29, 2006

Review #92: What a classic! People have asked me whether these were pre-Castro cigars from time to time. However, they are prone to being too green and caution is recommended. At their best they are amongst the finest cigars available. - Submitted by pachemar on January 14, 2006

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