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Partagas Aristocrats

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Format:Petit CetroRing:40
Weight:7,52 gr.Score:7.9
Presentation: Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #30: Smoked some from a 5-pack. Good cigar, very Partagas, with warm notes of cocoa and wood, on an earthy base. Sometimes harsh and strong but overall a balanced smoke. Draw can be a bit hard, so I would prefer to store them a bit drier or to take the cigar in advance from the humidor to avoid problems. Very decent price too. - Submitted by titobueno76 on May 28, 2012

Review #29: I have smoked many of these smaller format cigars (petit coronas), from different brands, and the Partagas Aristocrat is one of my favourites. I find them to be quite consistent. Generally fine looking construction, smooth and consistent. Draw is good (medium), though the odd one can be a little tight. Start fairly strong, light smoke, and continues to intensify and become heavier: creamy with flavours of coffee to finish off. Throughout, there is a distinct spiciness. I have yet to smoke one that I find raunchy or bitter. Excellent price for a cigar of this quality, making it perfect as an "every-day" cigar. Considering how there are so many different cigars in this size range that cost more and are of poorer quality and taste, this one definitely deserves a 10. - Submitted by matt.leeck on September 1, 2011

Review #28: SEP 07 When I received my dress box of 25 cigars I immediately opened it up. What I found was deep dark brown sticks with those classic red and gold bands wrapped around them. The cigars gave off a amazing aroma of strong cuban tobaco. I waited a few hours and lit one up in the evening. It started strong and did not let up, getting stronger as it got to the end. Bold and spicy with lots of smoke, I will enjoy smoking the rest of these. Also very affordable for a daily smoke. - Submitted by Lukeluke on March 22, 2011

Review #27: ---   Just bought one, randomly. What a hit. Perfect little one to enjoy walking the dog. Just a little tight draw. For the money it´s a bargain. Typical Partagas flavors. Light aromatic first third. Second third added some cedar and creamy coffee. Spicier last third with more wood and spices. Perfect smoke for this occation. I am in a very good mode after this smoke so i rate this as an 9. Firm and nice to hold, was har to let it go. Fingerburner. I´ll buy a box. - Submitted by poppe on January 24, 2011

Review #26: AUG 08 i just bought one of these and a mille fleurs, i smoked the mille fleurs first, not bad, than came the aristocrats, that was much better more flavor, stronger. and it is even cheaper. i am going to buy a box of these! the flavor is sweet with hints of chocolate and coffee with at the end a real partagas spiciness. - Submitted by itsme on September 24, 2010

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