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Partagas Chicos

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Partagas Cigars
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 #18: APR 03 I love these little chicos. Great taste in a short bit if time. All who try like them. Age definitely adds to her development. Truley an enjoyable 15 minutes any time of day. - Submitted by marshall scott on May 20, 2008

Review #17: I Tried this yesterday. Actually is better than expected. I found some sweetness and the smell is great. Can be smoked whenever you want something fast and for a small cigar machine made, is beyond your expectations. - Submitted by Marios Georgiou on March 4, 2008

Review #16: Absolutely a great-little cigars, a perfect friend for all free moment. Great after lunch or a coffè break. It's easy to fall in love with this product. partagas tradiction is evident also in this little puritos! - Submitted by Gabry78 on December 7, 2007

Review #15: In reply to kiste, all machine-made cigars were officially discontinued as Habanos in 2005. Those still being produced are made by Internacional Cubana de Tabacos S.A. in a seperate facility. These include the puritos (Partagas kept the name chicos), club and mini cigarillos, as well as the Guantanamera brand. In reply to Jlopam, there are now puritos available from R&J, H.Upmann, and Montecristo as well. Each has its own style, and personally, I like them all, but the Partagas is still my favorite. These are my heading-back-to-work-after-lunch smokes. All the puritos would benefit greatly from aging, as they are quite tarry when new. - Submitted by MontrealRon on August 23, 2007

Review #14: Together with the Partagas Mille Fleurs these are what I buy most often. The difference is that the first cm of a Chico tastes tastes like the last cm of a Mille Fleurs. I had always been looking for a Cuban small cigar that is cheap and still intense. This does it: very strong, concentrated chocolate and coffee, and incredibly rich in nicotine. Of course, no subtleties and complexities in such a tiny thing. Rough construction, never any draw problems, they are machine-made after all. They seem to be a licence product but Hecho en Cuba. At 8o cent (Germany) much more value than Quintero Puritos at 75. The only problem: They seem to have been discontinued in 2005 according to http://www.cubancigarwebsite.com/current-brands/partagas.htm - Submitted by kiste on May 6, 2007

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