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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 #20: I have had these cigars in my coolerdor for 2 years. I think I am doing eberything correct, but these have smoked very poorly for the last 6 months. Infeel that I am fairly experieneced at liughting and smoking, but have found them a huge dissapointment! I would much rather smoke a Monticristo#4. They have proven to be a very uneven and HOT smoke. They are quite nice for the first half, but deteriorate after that. I would like to think that they are a great smoke, but they have deteriorated as they age. Meybe I am wrong and I am looking for some constructive feedback as to why I am not enjoying them. For $450,00CDN compared to $75.00CDN for the Monticristo in the same coolerdor, I cant believe the difference. For this, I must give these a 2.5. Any constructive comments are appreciated. - Submitted by miker on February 18, 2007

Review #19: This is one big cigar, the smoke was raher pleasnt if not a little boring. It has the partagas flovour and character as well as slight notes of cocoa and leather, it was pleasant thoroughout but it didn't really surprise me in any way. Flavour and strength were all in the mild to medium category. Burns well but preferably i'd go back to a sancho panza belicoso or a bolivar - Submitted by snowdawgz on February 13, 2007

Review #18: Just started . . . had 4/25 so far a very long pleasant smoke . . smoother than the no4 I agree with the sweet undertones . . a very pleasant alternative to my usual Trinidads and Siglo VI's and I think a second box will do just fine maturing in my Humidor . . Happy Smoke from a Sunny Cape Town :-) - Submitted by Fidel069 on March 24, 2006

Review #17: I recieved a box yesterday and I just had to try one today. It was medium bodied, has excellent construction but the draw was little tight. It has sweet notes of cocoa, earth and mild on the spices. I was expecting this cigar to be stronger and more robust like the # 4. I will let it rest some more and try another one in about a week. Maybe the next one would have a better draw. - Submitted by jn-888 on March 3, 2006

Review #16: i still have a few of these great smokes in my humidor. Dark choc and coffee base taste with a slight turn of sweetness. something which i would not classify as spicy at all. toasty not burnt aromas coupled with fairly smooth textures, the smoke blew plenty. i will probably sit the rest in the humidor for another year or so. - Submitted by Duncan on January 22, 2006

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