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Partagas Serie D No. 3 LE 2006

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Corona GordaRing:46
Weight:11,41 gr.Score:7.4
Presentation: A selection of 25 Coronas Gordas presented in Semi Boite Nature Boxes with brooch.

Partagas Serie D No. 3 LE 2006 Review:

This is a re-edition of a historical cigar that existed in the brand and of a Limited Edition of 2001. This Habano, like a good Partagas, is always characterized by the strength and consistency of its tobacco blend.

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Review #26: --- 06 Not sure why my experience was so different, but... I really enjoyed this cigar. Perfect construction and leathery pre-light aroma. Burned perfectly with no relights or touch-ups. Complex, peppery, leather tastes and just slightly creamy. Partagas flavor profile, but a bit more refined and medium strength than the 8-9-8, etc. - Submitted by cigar-sama on July 9, 2009

Review #25: Ce cigare ne goûte pas ce qu'un EL devrait goûter. J'en ai acheté 3, et 2 étaient presque bouchés. Quelle pitié! Ne gaspillez pas votre argent. - Submitted by SirWinston on May 11, 2009

Review #24: Cigar had good construction, just a bit tight near the head (I really hate additional piece of leaf which rollers put around band area – it’s doing more harm that good). Started little shy with flavors of wood, coffee and pure tobacco. Soon became medium bodied with predominantly earth and leather flavors with a dash of spice. Finish was long and smooth without any harshness. Comparable to 2001 release, this one has better matured tobacco and maybe not so much ligero in the blend. IMO two years old Serie D No.3 LE 2006 is much more enjoyable than it was two years old 2001. But it was a long time ago I smoked my last one from 2001 box… All together, I’m positively surprised with direction where these cigars are heading. - Submitted by Diademo on July 31, 2008

Review #23: JUL 08 I smoke one cigar a day. My - almost -everyday smoke is a R&J Romeo N0.2 (white tubes please!). Since they are relatively cheap, I'm not mad when I purchase a bad batch... On Fridays and special occasions, I treat myself with a Montecristo No.1 or a Cohiba, for example. Today I bought a Partagas Serie D EL 2006. My expectations were high, my dopamine level way up and my mouth watering at the sight and pre-lit smell of that gorgeous oily beauty. I thought my taste buds would explode after a few drags of a real Partagas. Alas, my dream of perfection is still not a reality. This stick must have had a construction flaw, because it gave me a hard time. It didn't burn evenly ans was obviously too wet: it died at least 5 times despite my continuous attention. It's not a good thing to suck too hard on a Partagas, because it kills your gums and tongue... Only the last third was great and managed to give me a creamy satisfaction with plenty of smoke and true complexity. Overall, it was an average, overpriced cigar. - Submitted by Franz-Eric on July 26, 2008

Review #22: I was given one of these last night and what a fantastic smoke it was. To me it was very much like the old style Partagas with a little more strength and flavour. It had strong earthy & peppery flavours for the first half and then seemed to end up with a light sugary sweet note for the second half all the while keeping me very interested for the whole 45 minutes. Will buy a box definetely. Does anyone know if the limited bands come with an embossed or a smooth version like the SD No2 LE. I am aware that reviewer 19(bigyesta) on the SD No2 LE page mentioned that the embossed label was a better quality version for this cigar. I would like to know if this is true for the SD No3 LE also. Any help would be appreciated. - Submitted by thetim on July 25, 2008

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