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Partagas Serie D No 1 LE 2004

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Partagas No. 16Ring:50
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #25: Mr. Dyer, the flowery flavour descriptions are not something I can write down, but I could read yours and I have to say they are spot on according to me. I immediatly longed for the next one out of my new box. They are simply the best cigars I have ever smoked, some come close but for the moment this is my number one. 22 left, and my left hand has to slap my right each time I come near my humi. Had a cycling holiday in the pyrenees and drove 700km to get these in LCDH andorra this summer. Fuel was gladly spent. A perfect score - Submitted by Yapi on October 6, 2007

Review #24: Sans tout ce prestige qui fait gonfler son coût, il aurait bien mérité un dix. J'aime particulièrement son enveloppe couleur Maduro, très huileuse. Ma critique se limite, malheureusement, à un seul Havana, dû à son prix. Je l'ai allumé en buvant du Grand Marnier, d'après le conseil d'un ami. Le mariage du velouté fruité et sucré d'une boisson additionné à ce Partagás est très particulier. Son corps robuste accentué par des saveurs boisées et terreuses est nuancé par le cocktail fruité. Des saveurs de baies âpres et de caramel brûlé détonnent avec émerveillement. Ce Havana est un des meilleurs que j'ai fumé. Je vous recommande le Lusitanias pour un prix plus raisonnable. - Submitted by Guillaume on June 10, 2007

Review #23: Excellent full flavor and and typical of Partagas quality. The size is great and the draw is consistent. - Submitted by carter on June 1, 2007

Review #22: An amazing smoke. I picked up a couple from my local dealer here in Doha Qatar and found this to be a very enjoyable smoke. As others had said, this cigar is not as strong as I expected, but still a very nice cigar. I'll probably pick up a box and let them sit in my humidor for a while. - Submitted by djchazz on April 8, 2007

Review #21: I still have a few of my PSD1 EL's left over from a box I was gifted a year and a half ago and they are absolutely astounding smokes. It's a real shame yours have not been smoking well Mika, these are cigars meant for proper maturing, please don't take offence if you know any of this already but maybe your coolador conditions are a little off for proper aging? Mine is always at 65-68% RH and 65F (though it has been known to go to 62% RH the odd time). Storing cigars like this slightly drier allows for better aging. Always try things out but never rule out the possibility that it may simply not be a cigar for your tastes (at least not yet - my tastes in cigars have broadened greatly over the years). They have just been getting better and better for me and the last few I smoked have been incredible, rich and very smooth, full flavoured, medium bodied cigars which produce flavours of exotic woods and spices, freshly shaved chocolate and ground coffee with a creamy background. The clear core of well aged Cuban tobacco is very present with that dusty, musty aroma which never fails to amaze me. Other flavours I noticed were grilled peanuts and notes of liquorice - any harshness and the black cherry flavour which I got from them originally seem to have gone, altered into a more mellow, woodsy, mature flavour (excuse the flowery flavour descriptions if you're not used to them of course). They smoke smoothly to my fingertips, which is not actually particularly common for me. Delicious and a clear 10 star Havana for me :-) - Submitted by A. Dyer on April 7, 2007

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