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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

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Review #61: Another big smoke from the oldest factory on the island! Unlit, i was stunned by the lovely, firm feel and the huge aroma of leather and wood. Lit, she was strong, peppery and had the classic Party "sting" - in fact, too much for me. My palate runs towards the more medium flavour profiles and this was just a step past what I consider to be my limit on strength and spice; this is not a criticism, just an observation from a smoker who knew when he had been beaten. Gave up with about a third to go and watched as my colleague, a seasoned cubano-phile, nubbed his. - Submitted by Uncle on February 26, 2007

Review #60: Just smoked one out of a new box. Green but shows great promise and will be worth waiting six months or so to "blend." Very spicy. Wonderful flavors. Extraordinary cigar. May have to buy another humidor to stock up as my two humidors are full. Should be as great as the LE 2000. Can't say enough good things. And that on a green cigar. - Submitted by jchitwood on February 1, 2007

Review #59: wow extremely spicy cigar it's like rubbing crushed pepper down your tounge it doesn't have the creaminess of cohiba and hints of spice dominate the first 1/3 of the flavor followed by a woody undertones which takes center stage at around halfway through the cigar and a hint of earthiness lingers on the background all the time definitely a welcome change from my cohiba and ryj so all in all great presentation, awesome draw, great taste, real full bodied cigar to simply put it one the best cigars i've ever smoked so far - Submitted by cheguevarra on January 19, 2007

Review #58: Thanx i have tried the ones from the box they dun have much variation so i guess they are ok. Talked to my dealer and he to told me its due to the diff crops. But they still are one of the best piramides i have tried, cant beat the D4 i have just tried in my opinion but still among one of the best. Thanx for all the responses really appreciate them. :) - Submitted by snowdawgz on January 16, 2007

Review #57: snodawgz: the wrapper colors vary on these-- reflecting pretty much the whole range of habanos wrappers. lately, i've been burning a fair number of the early releases of these, esp. feb. '05, from the paratgas factory (SVF). and they don't seem to be improving much with age. anyone else? - Submitted by rascalbadmonkey on January 16, 2007

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