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Partagas Mille Fleurs

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Partagas Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:129
Format:Petit CoronasRing:42
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #58: APR 08 not a bad things.I've smoked a lot of these and felt satisfied with the rich taste with nice draw and even burn at first. the best money you can get,even poor people who wants to gain the good stuff can afford it.but in the end the burning not really even but we still felt mild with the cigar except the last 3-4 cm. - Submitted by ryan phang on April 4, 2010


Review #57: ---   i have smoked over a dozen boxes of these ever since they went hand rolled.they do need a couple of years on them at least but if you do this and like Partagas flavour profile they are the best day to day cigar value out of Cuba. - Submitted by paul watson on March 27, 2010


Review #56: NOV 08 A nice mild to medium very tasty cigar. Most of the box of 25 were rolled a bit tight but smoked OK for the most part with a good solid burn. The smoke time was longer than I anticipated which was a pleasant surprise. The finish is very long lasting, especially the last couple of inches which are delicious. A great value for the money which I plan to keep on hand at all times. - Submitted by gginflo on March 25, 2010


Review #55: JUN 08 I must say that i hope this cigar would become better with aging. the smoke was rather bland, with just hints of spice and a little chocolate half way through. it was rather sharp and bitter, making me think this cigar was a bit to fresh. the construction wasnt what i had hoped for. a tight draw, hard to light and burned unevenly, extinguishing about 5 times. the unlit scent was pleasant and i think the best aspect of the cigar. I wouldnt buy another, but if i was offered a nicely aged one that could change my mind - Submitted by Thom on December 31, 2009


Review #54: SEP 07 Partagas Mille Fleurs - There are times when I want to smoke a good cigar without paying much attention to the cigar: while writing, reading, watching tv, etc. Just a good satisfying, tasty smoke. For these everyday cigars, $10 is too much, but $3 is reasonable. That's when this Mille Fleurs petit corona fits my schedule. It has good flavor, medium strength, some light peppers and florals. Construction is decent, wrapper is sometimes a bit imperfect, but smokes well anyway - with a nice draw. I alternate these with RyJ Mille Fleurs for a change of flavors: RyJ is sweeter, Partagas is more on the dry side. - Submitted by cpubiz on September 11, 2009


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