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Partagas Mille Fleurs

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

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Review #48: OCT 08 Opened 2 boxes of these this afternoon, which were purchased on recommendation from a friend. Both boxes bear factory codes of BLP, from SEP and OCT 08 respectively. Strong, (I mean strong) Colorado Maduro color in the SEP box, very prominent veins, but deeply oiled, with a sheen so strong that I took the box outside to inspect under daylight. The cigar maintained a variety of alternating notes of spice, to very earth like, to floral. Construction, consistency and burn was impeccable. Lasted over 40 minutes with the ash extending beyond the mid point. The OCT box was simply stunning. Almost every single fucking wrapper was almost vein free and looked like it had been rolled in baseball clay. That Red, that Colorado. On my mothers soul, imagine a mini 898 on Lusitania as far as wrapper presentation. About to light her now. This is my new morning cigar for the Summer of 2009, no question, and is as good if not better than any RJ No. 2, Fonseca Cosaco or even Larranaga Petit. Yes...get some if you can - Submitted by snapsix on May 28, 2009

Review #47: I expected more from this one bit I have to admit these cigars are quite young. Good construction for but very tight ones in this box. You really have to roll them for a while between your fingers. Not the best value for money in the market but they have a place in my humidor. I can clearly a potential for improvement by ageing. - Submitted by Holgerchen on May 4, 2009

Review #46: I tried one last night. The construction was good. The burn was decent and relatively even except for a small section that seemed to burn faster than the rest. The smoke was flavourful and a good amount. Unfortunately I found the draw quite hard and really had to pull on it to keep the burn going all around the edges of the cherry evenly. I will try another one and then express my opinions on that one. - Submitted by jdelrizzo on April 2, 2009

Review #45: NOV 07 I just recieved my box> The code was BLP NOV07. I hope they are legit. They sure smell like Cubans. - Submitted by danokirby on March 20, 2009

Review #44: Dark brown with proeminent veins, oily coat, firmly constructed. That was my first impression, when I touched a Mille Fleurs for the first time. The burning is nice and very enjoyable. Flowered flavour, with lot of sweetness in the first third, very little spicy in the middle, with discrete vanilla acents, to return at the floral accents in the last third. Overall, it was a well balanced cigar, from start to end. Total burning time was 40 minutes, but every second was extreme pleasant. I accompanied it with two glasses of some french red cabernet. - Submitted by bogdanb on February 17, 2009

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