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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 #331: Smoked 2 of these, great habano, the first one had it with jw black label great companion, sweet spicy flavour at the first half, and a little strong pepper the second half, the other one had it with don julio 70, great fine tequila and great maridage discover, one of my favorite vitola. - Submitted by mingomax1 on November 17, 2015

Review #330: Serie D. No. 4 Tubos... What a kind of Robusto, holly mother of God. Delicious, black ash, leathery, creamy, salty, coffe and espresso. A Fantastic cigar and a pleasure for an hour. - Submitted by sayidre on September 9, 2015

Review #329: MAR 13 When these are good they are outstanding. My box is peaking in flavour about now. The wrapper has a powdery oily feel and a slight sheen. The foot smells of twangy sweet tobbacco...delicious! 1/3 was again the sweet twang, toasted tobbacco and leather. 2/3 is more of the orange rind sweetness along with a strong earthy tobacco falvour. Generous amounts of smoke and boy do i love the sight of that milk chocolate brown stick lodged halfway between my slightly curled fingers. Perfect! 3/3 the sweetness gives way to roasted coffee beans, cooking chocolate, leather and damp earth. I have a nic bizz, my head is swimming but i cant let go - fatal attraction! Typical Partagas at its best, the d4 is my favorite robusto. - Submitted by Moazzam Ali Khan on August 23, 2015

Review #328: JUN 14 Very very good right out of the box. ARG Jun 14. I consider myself lucky to have obtained a high quality box of these. As we all know, all of the same exact type of cigars...are not the same. These lack non of the attributes of what one expects from a D 4. No bitterness throughout , yet strong and heavy smokey. Not too strong though. One of the more perfect burns too. Since they are young and very very good, I had to hold back a half a notch on my " less than perfect " rating. I could smoke a perfect 10 D4 if I could let them lay around a while. Not probable. I like giving away great cigars to those who appreciate a great smoke, and I will likely smoke them all before they reach apex. - Submitted by The Boxcar on July 28, 2015

Review #327: Had these a few times and love the flavour profile. Odd occasion this is a little on tight side for draw. But overall a great robusto. - Submitted by rsrp2012 on May 4, 2015

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