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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

Average user rating

Review #8: Very good and cheap little cigar, with good rich flavour. I prefer the more expensive Hoyo du Maire in the same size, though - Submitted by subcomandante on September 3, 2005

Review #7: hi every body.. this cigar is very good for short time... i recommed for lunch.. you must be try.. well construction and well burn about 20-25 minutes.. - Submitted by zafer hacioglu on March 2, 2005

Review #6: These are very good, although my usual choice would be the Quintero machine-made in the same size, it's a lot cheaper, which considering how quick you can smoke these has got to be a factor. The Partagas is however a little longer lasting and a little better tasting and not so hot. I'm not sure the Partagas is handmade either, but I've none at hand to check. Any way - You pays your money ..... - Submitted by willisoften on February 3, 2005

Review #5: At their best, they approximate the grand strength and character for which the larger Partagas are renowned in a small, inexpensive, and convenient smoke. Unfortunately, the Chicos also typically have a high prevalence of tight draws. For both these reasons, I would not recommend them to inexperienced smokers; a newbie who sucks too hard and too often on a tight one may find himself ingesting more nicotine than he can handle (as I myself learned, the hard way, years back when I first started to explore the world of cigars). - Submitted by Kopeck Freiherr Von Balk on November 23, 2004

Review #4: Superb! 20+ minutes of full flavour, well wrapped, just the thing for after a good lunch. When you can't afford an hour to relax with a mareva or larger cigar, this is the one to reach for. Quite hard to find, so snap them up when you see them! Can be bought in packets of 5 too, just the right size for a shirt/jacket pocket. - Submitted by Barry McWilliams on November 23, 2004

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