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Partagas Culebras

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Partagas Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Weight:6,67 gr.Score:7.8
Presentation: Packets of 3 entwined cigars wrapped in aluminium

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Review #11: This is a great cigar if you are looking for something different. When I got my box is smoked the single unpackaged one and I found that it is a pretty good smoke for its size. It draws really great for its odd shape. I think a little aging is necessary if you want it to be a great smoke. Warning: if you want to smoke in peace do not smoke this because it attracts a lot of attention. - Submitted by Michael T. on March 8, 2005

Review #10: A good smoke and a bit of a novelty. A little sweeter and not so full as the usual partagas flavours. Pretty strong though - medium to full bodied. A genuinely good thing to share and a bargain. - Submitted by willisoften on January 22, 2005

Review #9: I recently smoked one of these fascinating cigars. I also already smoked it a couple of years ago, but that was in my early cigar smoking days. Time for a renewed acquaintance. This cigar made quite an impression on me then, and it did again this time! It smells a lot like chocolate, but I couldn't recognize that tastewise. I found the taste in the first half to be very meaty. This could however also be caused by the wine I drank with it, but the meatiness disappeard in the second half of the cigar while the wine stayed meaty. The combustion and burn is very good, no problems at all. Considering it's price and odd shape, this is a fine cigar! - Submitted by Bolivar on November 24, 2004

Review #8: A fine twisted little cigars. Not a fantastic cigar, but very nice, especially money for value wise. Great strong smell, chocolate peppery taste, but not a very full-bodied aroma. Nevertheless a must-have for each humidor and partly due to its shape a nice cigar to talk about. - Submitted by bonkill on October 26, 2004

Review #7: It's a surprise to find out how amzingly complex this cigar is. Considering it's price it's even a BIG surprise. The cool snakeform is always a great conversationpiece. U want a unique and good cigar buy a couple of these babies. U won't be dissapointed (and u won't be broke). - Submitted by Actionhost on September 21, 2004

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