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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

Average user rating

Review #91: I have to agree with reviewer 89, this cigar is nothing to shout about until its last third. I would rate it behind Monte #2 - Submitted by worjor on December 4, 2007

Review #90: Jul 06 POS, need I say more. Wonderful, my favorite cigar in the world and they havent fully matured. - Submitted by jpdunn on November 29, 2007

Review #89: I agree completely with the previous review. Smoked my first from a box date 7-06. The burn was even but the taste was nowhere near the decadence of an Upmann 2 or Monte 2, both from 2006 as well. The PSP2 was smooth, but seemed one dimensional. The last third was the most flavorful, whereas I am used to the middle third being the sweet spot. It seemed loosely filled, making it difficult to draw in a good amount of smoke. I will let these sit another 6 months before trying another. - Submitted by gregglantos on November 29, 2007

Review #88: This Piramide was rather young (POS FEB 06) with well aged tobacco and consistent burn with full but not very rich blend for my palette. All cigars I smoked were a bit loose rolled what required environment with higher humidity (near 70% RH). Because of lighter rolling there was always present risk of overheating therefore proper draw was essential. This is typical representative of new line of Cuban cigars which tends to be somewhat on the milder side, with easy draw and balanced flavors. As in Serie D No.4, there is missing certain additional component in the blend what can put this cigar on my top selection. Probably will never become one of my favorites but will always have place in my humidor. - Submitted by Diademo on November 11, 2007

Review #87: This is hands down my favorite Havana Piramide. I feel ashamed to have worked through a 2005 box, knowing how amazing these will be in another few years. All the great full flavors of woodsy spice you find in Partagas, with a light herbalness to the finish. Perfect construction, thick and rich body, medium-full strength smoke. I am generally critical of smokes, but my only complaint with these is that they do not age fast enough. - Submitted by fabio on October 28, 2007

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