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Partagas Petit Coronas Especiales

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.7
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (With cellophane) boxes of 10 and 25; (Without cellophane) boxes of 10 and 25. Cardboard Pack: (With cellophane) boxes of 10 in boxes of 25 and 100; (Without cellophane) boxes of 5 in boxes of 25 and 100. Special packaging: (With celloph

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Review #34: MAR 08 Hit and miss,out of the 25 box.That was the result.I would say Aristocrates and these are the same league,but these had always good construction and nice burn,which is not with the Aristocrates who seem to have one tight one loose. I cant say typical Partagas,because when say typical Partagas meaning is about d4 or 898 and this is not such case.It has tendencies but lacks on half way. Solid to-go cigar. - Submitted by ilijat on May 13, 2010

Review #33: ---   Just smoked one of a five pack. It tastes earthy, woody and spicy. I confirm other reviews. It leaves a very fresh mouth! Very recommended for its interesting quality/price ratio (for being a Partagas cigar). - Submitted by francescopaone on May 2, 2010

Review #32: JUN 08 URO JUN 08 are creamy, not so earthy and peppery.Light brown colour wrapper. Not too strong, comparing to 06 batch. - Submitted by kml on January 11, 2010

Review #31: NOV 08 This is what other cigars aspire to be. Lots of intense spice to start followed by sweet wood. A cigar not for the uninitiated. Like it's cousin the Shorts, a keeper. Bravo Partagas. Cheers Poupon - Submitted by gabraham2785 on January 2, 2010

Review #30: ---   A nice, slightly box-pressed cigar, with some variations in wrapper color throughout the box. Very strong earthy flavors, supposedly reminscent of old-world Partagas (Though I wouldn't know, as I only began smoking CCs a few years ago...). Spices and strong tobacco flavors with pepper towards the end. Rolled well, in the half-box I have had the pleasure of burning only a couple have been tight so far, and neither was "unsmokeable". Quite intense towards the finish line, but that's good for me, as I never feel unsatisfied after nubbing one. A great value, as they are long-filler handmades at a very reasonable price, even compared with non-Cuban cigars! I can kill 40-45 mins and enjoy every second of it with one of these babies... - Submitted by bimmian on December 7, 2009

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