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Partagas Serie P No 2

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:14,26 gr.Score:8.7
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #156: ---   Tried my first Partagas Serie P No.2 and need to say it was a strange experience. Construction was very good up to the cap or should I say the tip that was not executed the best way with one side being flat while the other was curved in profile. Wrapper was lighter shade of brown and oily while feeling the cigar along the lenght did not reveal any soft spots thus making it well constructed. After cutting about 1.5 cm of the tip, because the draw was a bit tight at first, the cigar was lit and started mild in strenght with vegetal or herbal flavors, call it like you want, and a little sweetness that was reminescent of the SLR Regios. Sweetness gets more pronounced in the second third with the addition of some leather notes while the vegetal flavors at this stage take the back seat. In the final third there are some pleasant vanilla notes with no harshness at all allowing this cigar to be smoked past the band. It is worth to mention, although I had already seen this being an issue in many reviews regarding this cigar, that the draw is tight for a while no matter how deep the cut is after it opens up at about 2 inches in allowing the flavours to come up in a medium-full body manner. Being one of the most expensive cigars that I had bought in the last year with the price of 15 Euro per stick this Partagas did not full satisfy because I had to fight with restricted draw for the first hour or so of the smoke. Smoking time was about 2 hours and 20 minutes during which I had experienced some interesting flavor notes so I am sure to pick up a few more sticks in the near future despite my hate for the piramid shaped cigars. - Submitted by promajk on October 18, 2010

Review #155: ---   Well, first of all, let me say that this is NOT a beginner's cigar as it is full flavored, full bodied and really strong. The first third of this september 09 cigar is quite strong earthy, very animal and rustic. Great to have with a good bourbon. At this stage the draw was perfect. The middle part was still a strong masculin smoke but as your palate gets used to the character of this stick, you'll start to detect more subtle aromas like cedar and some black pepper similar to what you'll taste in a young Montecristo 2. I even found some herbal taste but that was maybe caused by the single malt (Lagavulin 16) I was drinking at that stage... Half an hour into this adventure, combustion and draw were still perfect as the high density of this cigar enabled it to burn really slow and evenly even if I was outside. The last third was somewhat surprising for me as the herbal part of it matured in a soft, very discreet, wheaty taste with an even stronger cedar presence and some small cherry wood notes too. At this stage, the strong distinctive signature tobacco taste of Partagas was omnipresent and yet, the cigar taste was a lot less agressive than at start. The good thing about these strong pyramides is that if you have the patience to let them age a bit they'll transform into something much more smoother. It took me about an hour to smoke this baby, on my balcony, on a cold canadian october night. Still, it brought me back to the first time I hade one of these in La Habana in last april. There, I met a cuban man dressed as Hemmingway who told me that these cigars represent cuban history perfectly as they are strong and powerful like the people that proudly makes them. - Submitted by celcius on October 15, 2010

Review #154: ---   one of the best partagas you can taste a real piramide oily wrapper a very good looking habano when you try it youll really enjoy it just a real piece of cigar i think that like a good wine it gets better with the age - Submitted by diegoA on September 12, 2010

Review #153: DEC 08 Delicious. A magnificent smoke. Layer upon layer of loveliness. If these get better with age I may never leave home again. - Submitted by cloggers on September 4, 2010

Review #152: ---   This review is based on sticks sampled from various box dates, the most recent being a 2008. Along with the Serie D No. 4, this must certainly come close to being one of the best Partagas in the market in this modern day and age. An essential in every self respecting cigar smoker's humidor. It has never disappointed and never failed to satisfy. This is Partagas with finesse as opposed to the Serie D No. 4 which is Partagas with power, in my opinion. Will certainly age with grace. Sheer brilliance. - Submitted by sengjc on September 1, 2010

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