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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 #5: This cigar scores high on some notes and does okay on others. My particular cigar was totalmente a mano, the construction was quite nice and the maduro wrapper gave it a very nice presentation. A few of the cigars from this nov 05 box had a rough wrapper but for the most part many had an almost flawless one. As for the taste of this cigar it is just as good, and if not better than most other brands of this size, even though its taste is quite linear it matches well with it's price. The price of this cigar is a key element in its rating, since many cigars that I have tried cost more with nothing extra to offer. The only downside to this one was the uneven burn. - Submitted by Gillette on July 17, 2007

Review #4: Got a box from Sep 05 and they're great so far. Usually smoke RyJ Coronitas in this format but recent batches have been so tight i've fallen out with them. these Aristos (handmade) are typically Partagas, rich, spicy and gorgeous. Have had 5 so far and draw is perfect. For this price I don't think I've had better. - Submitted by gazmac on March 15, 2007

Review #3: My box dates from 11/05, so the cigars are rather young and I remember having smoked an "Aristocrat" before with a more expressive palate. Maybe their young age is the reason for the first third being quite unimpressive in palate. But right away from the beginning of the second third, these develop enough Partagas-character in directness, earthiness and power to be called one of the most valuable cigars around. By the way, on the box it is written "totalmente al mano". - Submitted by bikel73 on December 11, 2006

Review #2: The Aristocrats are one of my hidden gems. Believe it or not, I regularly choose these over the Shorts. I've found them to be quite reliable. Even when not sufficiently moisturized, these little cigars have still given me a great smoke! The draw tends to be just right. Burning quality has also proven to be sound. Light one of these up, and you're greeted with a punch of green pepper and coffee. The cigar soon smooths out with some cocoa, and develops creaminess after 1/3. It keeps amazing me that Partagas managed to pack a strong variation in this little vitola. While it's a rather heavy comparison, I nickname these cigars "little Lusitanias". They have the same sweet creaminess, the evolution, and the quality. Too bad it's over quite soon. A vitola to be chosen when you want Cuban quality in a quick burst. It's a shame this cigar seems overlooked. But then again, I'm happy the production might be a bit lower. More quality for me! Let's just hope they don't discontinue this format. These are definitely on my list of favourites. Don't put your nose up for these. Try them, and be amazed at what you'll find. I can't make assurances about the quality in different batches, but from the ones I've tried, this is one hell of a success for creating a great little cigar. - Submitted by Nekotaku on December 11, 2006

This cigar spans 8 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 [8]

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