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Partagas Shorts

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Partagas Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:7,46 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #119: ---   Cigar age is unknown as I bought a single, and didn't see the box code. Definelty, a strong smoke. Typical Partagas flavours were present, but muted compared to a mareva sized one I smoked a few months back. Had a nice toasty flavour, and thought I even got a taste of peanuts for a short while. Other than that it was a pretty uneventful session. Much preferred the one I had in the summer. Maybe its the cold weather dampening my experience - I'm sure its a factor. - Submitted by bmynn on October 30, 2009

Review #118: JUN 08 Probably rather say certainly the greatest short smoke of all packed with spice,pepper and earth very intense and rather strong cigar reminds me of old school habanos among legends this is one of them. Terrific ! - Submitted by DG on October 29, 2009

Review #117: JUL 07 Certainly a big stick in a little body, these are my go-to cigars for when I'm craving something spicy and powerful but have only a little time to enjoy. Consistent in construction, they often burn a little crookedly, but the draw is generally very good. I've had a couple of plugged ones out of the 3 cabs of 50 I've smoked so far, but no major complaints. Earthy and spicy, with great Partagas tobacco flavor and a long semi-sweet burnt cedar finish. I find them pretty harsh when young, but after a year or two they start to mellow out. I would like to age some, but I haven't been able to make any last more than a few years in the humi lol. These are in constant rotation for me. They can be finished in about 20-30 mins, but I can stretch one out to about 45 if I puff it slowly. Highly recommended! - Submitted by bimmian on September 16, 2009

Review #116: OCT 05 A great cigar in a miniature format. Excellent dry Partagas flavors. Some reviewers said that this is a 15 minutes smoke, which I find hard to believe. This cigar is so powerful that you have to be extra careful with the draw and pace yourself properly, as long as you want to be able to taste anything else in the next 24 hours. Recommended for experienced smokers only. A perfect 10 in this vitola. - Submitted by akinci13 on August 29, 2009

Review #115: Total Partagas profile and reminds me of the D4 but doesn't last as long. Loads of vanilla and herbal flavors. A real treasure for the price! - Submitted by jazzbass on July 14, 2009

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