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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 #51: Bought a nice 3 pack of these little beauties in Niagara. The dress box at the cigar shop featured wrappers much too light, so I went for the 3 pack. Smoked the first one this week and I was impressed yet again. Great pre-light aroma, with very nice leathery tones. Loaded with Partagas flavor and a beautiful burn and draw. One of the best robusto's the world has to offer. All Cuban cigar smokers should try them. - Submitted by Max on December 22, 2004

Review #50: Bought 2 of these and put them in my humidor. They were a litle dry, so I let them rest for a month, thought they were ready, but was wrong. First one was had burning problems, good flavor, good smoke, just made one heck of a canoe. Waited another month, tried again. Much better burn, even better flavor (because the burn was good). Very strong, spice coming on towards the last half with lots of flavor. I will be getting more of them and will try to let them age a little longer... - Submitted by lsutiger on December 19, 2004

Review #49: Smoked my first one from several boxes from OSU FEB 00 production run. The blume forming on the top layers is a sight to behold, now onto the flavors and aromas, just like the partagas D4 from the 70"s. My father had smoked these back in the 70 s and what a treat they are, Strong strong strong but not overpowering tobacco flavor, espresso, and cocoa, abound. The rings slide up and down effortlessly, this is a sign of proper aging for sure. The newer versions of this are still classic, however once they age a few years then they are even better. The problem is not touching them for several years to attain this classic status. - Submitted by YESTAGRANDE on December 16, 2004

Review #48: If you are going to buy a lot of these, think before you buy. It is a perfect companion to a Cabernet or a Sauvignon, and snacks like caviar, anchovies, and spicy sides, so you get the idea. It is spicy, hot, difficult to handle (50 caliber is not for new smokers) and tight to the draw (you have to use both mouth and nose) and it will fill you of oily, woody-hard, and strong flavors and aromas. Not easy. The final 3rd is for strong smokers, and I mean it. It will not release you, due to the lenght and cepo. Try it. Decide by yourself. - Submitted by Alfredo on December 13, 2004

Review #47: Propably the best robusto I have ever smoked, earthy strong flavors, perfect draw. - Submitted by CS on December 10, 2004

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