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Partagas Serie du Connaisseur No 1

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:10,29 gr.Score:8.9
Presentation: Slide lid box of 25

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Review #20: JUN 06 In this cigar lie the seeds of greatness. Construction is magnificent, wrapper oily and smooth with few veins. Draw and burn are first-rate. But in my opinion these are not yet ready - still young, tannic, and a bit harsh to my taste. I agree with previous reviewers that the flavors are exquisite. But I think this cigar is still developing, still becoming the masterpeice it promises to be with, perhaps, five years of careful aging. I test one every six months or so to see how they are changing and I have not been disappointed! - Submitted by cpubiz on August 26, 2008

Review #19: SEP 06 Thus far I've smoked half a cabinet of these, and they have been consistently outstanding - so much so that now I've bought 2 boxes. Don't get me wrong - this is a powerful cigar that should be smoked with caution, lest one's taste buds get badly singed, but I have yet to be disappointed. A slow burning masterpiece with consistently excellent construction (I've had one that was tight, but still smokeable), these give off such a distinctive, rich odor in the humidor that its difficult to smoke anything else. I have found the rich, vanilla core to extend throughout the cigar as it burns down - often present from the beginning of the first tier. Definitely an evening / after dinner cigar, when you can sit down and ponder how a blend of tobacco leaves could possibly give one such rich flavors and aromas. - Submitted by Goldenberg on May 27, 2008

Review #18: Where do I begin...what an exquisite, intoxicating cigar! I think if I could smoke only one cigar for the rest of my life, this very well may be the one, and I've had quite a few to sample from! Box code GSO SEP06, I just smoked the first of the box with only 3 days in the humidor, and it is one of the best Havanas I've ever had. I can't imagine what more aging will do to this! Very rich, full flavor, perfectly rolled with a consistent rich core of creamy vanilla and leather that got stronger as I gradually smoked this slow burning masterpiece right down to the nub. I'm assuming this cigar isn't as popular as it clearly should be do to its size and availability. Otherwise I can't imagine why I've never come across it before. It is really the embodiment of what I assume is the classic, old-school havana cigar - at least in my own mind. Definitely only smoke this when you have some time on your hands, without distractions so that you can fully appreciate the considerable complexity of the flavor. In a word, 10/10 - I will certainly be buying another box! - Submitted by Goldenberg on March 22, 2008

Review #17: I smoked one of these today while I was walking the dogs. This long slender stogie burned really nice. The ash was white for the first inch and then got darker for the rest of the way. This Partagas burned very even, and even though it was thin I had no problems with it overheating at all. The flavor was typical Partagas for me... with a little bite towards the end. I think these would be a very great investment if you could put them away for a few years. - Submitted by HBKIII on January 10, 2008

Review #16: @cgkrdc: OSU EUOO is Partagas factory, July 1999. I have a box of No. 3 with the same code and they are excellent. - Submitted by Sortemand on June 16, 2007

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