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Partagas Serie P No 2

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

Average user rating

Review #151: NOV 06 Beautiful pyramide. Prelight smell good. After lighting burn little bit uneven.Loose draw. Taste vegetal, woody and light spicy, especially in last third,rounded and mild. Nice flavour. Too soft for Partagas. - Submitted by kml on June 14, 2010

Review #150: ---   i really love to enjoy this piramide in night-time especially when i'm alone. u can taste and smell the difference in every 1/3. aged can help to enhance the quality but pls kindly be reminded the temperature/humidity must be maintaining at 16-18/65-70. no wonder P2 had been awarded many previously. it is a must-item in the experience of cigar. - Submitted by ericryan on June 13, 2010

Review #149: ---   Smoked a few. I find them decent, but nothing special. Partagas spice. nice sweetness, medium bodied. Just a little non-descript - Submitted by Kangaroo495 on April 22, 2010

Review #148: ---   Wow !!! This cigar is a powerhouse. A full bodied Piramide at its best. Much smoother & less harsh in flavour than the Monte No.2. A very enjoyable cigar, being full bodied, smooth, and full of flavour that is very enjoyable with its after taste. The best cigar I have smoked to date, but there are so many more that this cigar has set the bar very high. - Submitted by muzza on March 31, 2010

Review #147: ---   First of all im sick of all that guys that start their reviews with mentioning non Cuban cigars and blah,blah reasons as there are some great non Cubans.So what? Somoke non Cubans if you like them better! There is a great IniquitY when i see non Cuban cigars that carry the same brand name as Cubans,not to mention other non right things that usually come from the US. This is one fine cigar,by all means.All Cuban piramides are fantastic cigars indeed.You may like some more than you like the other.The best looking one is H.Upmann2,but as it comes to real favourite it is Partagas.I like strong cigars,full bodied,full flavors and this is the one.It can occure that you have a bad one or two in the box,but it is quite normal with any other box no matter which brand.I'll go for this one over Monte2 mostly because Monte2 has become over produced and could not live up to having the quality that had before. So,dont even hesitate to buy this cigar and give it some time to rest,preferably in the cedar wood small table humidor. I'm not puting the date of the box because this review is based on 10 or more boxes. - Submitted by ilijat on February 12, 2010

This cigar spans 40 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [11] 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

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