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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 #121: --- 08 Hmmm... tried a T.A. and apart from the disturbing shape of the T.A. (freudian marketing, anyone?), this cigar looked beautiful, with a lovely rosewood aroma. Once lit, perfect draw, construction etc, but where was the flavour? A hint of the standard Partagas profile, for sure, but quite bland overall with little variation throughout. A similarly light-bodied Gloria Cubana or ERDM generally has thrice the flavour. Too young perhaps - even after a year out of the T.A. in the humidor? But how would it gain strength with age? I have a few more to smoke, but will find it hard with Serie D No.4s and well-aged 8-9-8 Barnizados sitting next to them (both with stronger flavours). Maybe I am paying the price for buying small quantities and not cabinets... (although that could be a myth) - Submitted by frenchkiwi on April 24, 2009

Review #120: NOV 05 The box date on this PSP2 is NOV05. Age has mellowed this cigar. This is a very easy-to-smoke cigar. I had this cigar with a Churchill port wine; it was a perfect accompaniment. Nice draw was due in part to the keep: 65% humidity. maybe with more time this cigar will open up with a more pronounced flavor profile. With little over half a box left, the chances are good that I will have even a better experience. Overall, I greatly enjoyed this cigar for the sheer smoothness and ease of smoke. - Submitted by HUC on April 23, 2009

Review #119: Well constructed claro wrapper, slightly oily. Uneven burn, flaky ash, smooth easy draw. Rich earth and leather aroma's, smooth creamy finish, very nice smoke. - Submitted by oldmanjohnson on April 21, 2009

Review #118: --- 07 The #1 cigar I have had this decade... if not, darn close to it. What an amazing cigar and very similar to the Cohiba EL 2006 Pyramid. It just keeps getting better and better with age. Very unique flavor and very high quality tobacco used in this magnificent gem. - Submitted by awoai on April 10, 2009

Review #117: AUG 06 I've been smoking mainly non-Cuban cigars up to now. After ordering a box of these and smoking my first one, I can't say I'll stick to only Cubans but I will definitely stock up. The appearance/ construction is beautiful...the taste absolutely phenomenal! I honestly have never tasted such rich, defined, and creamy flavors in any other non-Cuban cigar (including high end non-Cubans). I highly recommend this habano! - Submitted by socal32 on March 31, 2009

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