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Partagas Serie D No. 4

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Partagas Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:124
Format:RobustoRing:50
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:8.6
Presentation: 2 Layers in a varnished Semi Boite Nature of 25


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Review #56: Just received a box coded JNL OCT 04, so the cigars are still in early childhood. They looked and smelled corgeous though, so I couldn't resist to try one today. Very good draw, good burn even though it went off a couple of times. First half easy, power increasing towards the end. Few subtleties, but straightforward goodness all over, never bitter or harsh. Finally the strength became almost too much in an empty stomach. Cigar heaven for 75 minutes even now, and who knows what these will develop to! - Submitted by Martti on January 18, 2005


Review #55: I picked up a box of these in Havana 2 years ago with code EAR FEB 03 based on the raves that I had heard from friends. Very light colored wrappers. When I got home, I it one up. It was very harsh, one dimensional and vegetal tasting. Terrible smoking experience. So I put them at the bottom of the cooler and literally forgot about them for over a year. Discovered them when I was arranging things and lit this little plume-covered robusto up. WOW! Spicy and very flavorful. Lots of leather and coffee here. When these guys are sick, there's nothing worse but when they're on, they'll take you on an amazing trip. - Submitted by chris12381 on January 14, 2005


Review #54: Last september I received the Seleccion Robustos: a limited edition box of 5 Robustos from the brands Cohiba, Hoyo de Monterrey, Partagas, Romeo y Julieta and Montecristo. The last two robustos are not a part of the usual size range of the brand. But this review concerns the robustos from Partagas, the Serie D No.4. It is the third cigar I have smoked from this box, the HdM and the Cohiba are already gone in smoke. I never had this cigar before, but read very good reviews of it. And those reviews were not wrong! This is one damn fine cigar! The burn was very good in the first half, okay in the second half. I had to correct it a couple of times and even had to relight twice. This however did not effect the taste at all! Suprisingly. It's strong from beginning to end, but never harsh or ashy. It produces thick, creamy smoke (jst the way I like it!) and a taste that's spicy and woody all the way, with undertones of some earth and nuts. It gives an hour and fifteen minutes of sheer pleasure. When compared to the Cohiba Robustos, I honestly can't say which one is best. In The Netherlands the Partagas costs 8,80, the Cohiba goes for 14,00. So regarding the price the difference is there! - Submitted by Bolivar on January 3, 2005


Review #53: The best robusto i have ever smoked,but not for the faint hearted. - Submitted by Toots on December 24, 2004


Review #52: Brought two back from a trip six months ago. Had one soon after, but it was outdoors and just too windy to really enjoy. After sitting in my humidor for nearly 6 months, I have been eager to smoke the second one. The time resting paid off as it was a very good smoke. Earth and spice intertwined, strong but never overpowering. Somewhat tight draw. 2nd half was outstanding. Great smoke but a close 2nd along with RASS to the Cohiba. - Submitted by psmead on December 23, 2004


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