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Partagas Petit Coronas Tubos

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Partagas Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (In aluminium tubes) boxes of 25.

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Review #4: I find that this the Coronas Junior which are tubed gives me a better smoke amd more pleasure than Petit Coronas Especiales. - Submitted by Maltaman on June 11, 2011

Review #3: Just finished one and all I can say is the first half was ok but the second half was absolutely horrible. Bitter and rough. I'm usually a fan of Partagas but this thing almost made me sick. Also it had a very hard draw. Only nice thing I can say about it is that it had a nice aroma which is the Partagas hallmark but that too went away near the second half. - Submitted by Dusko007 on March 13, 2007

Review #2: This is where the Partagas Petit Coronas go to die. I like the whole idea of tubos - the freshness and the portability. I've had the Upmann tubo and, while it's not the greatest cigar around, it's tasty and convenient. The Partagas, on the other hand is not. I gave it two points on appearance - the wrapper is nice and dark with a bit of tooth, veiny but not rustic. The burn is decent. End of the good things. The box date was September '05 and I know it's not well aged, but I've smoked Juan Lopez PC's younger than this and they at least were flavorful. The cigar is acidic on the tongue like it was sprayed with something. The first half has an earthiness that is uncomfortable along with a sourness from time to time. The second half settles down into smokeability but I don't think that if you were given one of these in a blindsmoke, you would even be able to tell that it was Cuban. There's a chance that aging would help the cigar, but some cigars never get better and I believe this is going to be one of them. - Submitted by John Smith - NJ on February 10, 2007

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