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Partagas Chicos

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:3 gr.Score:7.0
Presentation: Two layers wrapped in cellophane in a box of 25

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Review #28: ---   I've tried a lot of these miniature cigars over the years, and this (along with the similar offering from Montecristo) is my favorite of them. Good for a quick smoke with a hint of real cigar taste. You can stretch one of these into a 20 minute smoke if you want to, and they're really not bad. A good casual smoke. I'll give it a 9/10, not because it's that great in the grand scheme of the world of Cigars, but because it hits almost the highest mark for this particular type of smoke. - Submitted by arsenate on April 30, 2010

Review #27: ---   Listed as handmade but now they are machine made from all manner of tobacco in the ICTSA Factory. No box date, comes clipped and cello wrapped in packs of 5s or boxes of 25s. Plain and simple tobacco taste but if you close your eyes, you can just make out some Partagas-esque flavours at the start to about the midpoint, which comes quickly enough. Of the 5 different brands making these Purito/Chico size, Montecristo, Partagas, H. Upmann, Romeo y Julietta and Quintero my pick would be the Montecristo closely followed by this, though the others will not be too far off. Cost next to nothing and ideal for a brief time off from a busy schedule when the cigar craving strikes. A little more substantial than a Clubs or a Mini and no harm having a pack of these around. Discard all expectations of a mild, smooth or creamy smoke. For the benefit of the beginners to this stick, be very careful not to draw too long or hard lest you get noxious burnt rubber/plastic flavours. Also don't smoke to the tip unless you enjoy burning your lips. - Submitted by sengjc on April 12, 2010

Review #26: ---   This is a good cigar for the winter time when you have to smoke outside.Good draw,good taste and pretty cheap! - Submitted by teosickrider on February 16, 2010

Review #25: ---   Πολύ mini πουράκι,αγορασμένο από περίπτερο σε πεντάδα.Απρόσμενα πλούσιο σε πιπέρι και κρέμα εαν αναλογιστούμε το μέγεθός του.Φιλικό για 10λεπτη φούμα.Καλύτερο από τo size club. - Submitted by jorjis on January 7, 2010

Review #24: JUN 02 My first Cuban cigar was a Chicos. It is a great little cigar. I found a stock of 4 boxes stamped JUN 02 at a local merchant and bought them all. I smoke them daily, in the morning with a coffee and after work with a drink. These aged ones are never harsh and have a complex taste of earth and vanilla. And always that funky sexy aroma that made me fall for Cuban cigars long time ago. - Submitted by Tony Amsterdam on September 6, 2009

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