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Written by Rocketman248

Sunday, 05 February 2006

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Pure relaxation wrapped in Cuban tobacco. 

Partagas Serie D No. 4, 4.8x50 

Wrapper: Cuba 
Binder: Cuba 
Filler: Cuba 

Storage: 68RH at 60-70 F 

Construction: Beautiful light brown wrapper with some medium veins. Nicely applied triple cap. Firm construction with just a little give. 

Prelight: Perfect draw. Nice toasty notes with a hint of spice. 

Burn: The first night in a month with no wind allowed a perfect light with two wooden matches. One to toast, one to light. Slightly uneven burn, but everything burned at the same rate, no runs. 

Smoking notes: The first few puffs offered a slight punch, but quickly mellowed out. The first 1/2 inch was smooth and slightly sweet. That soon gave way to delicious toasty tobacco notes. An abundance of thick, chewy smoke. Wonderful aroma. Finished full. 

Overall impression: This whole week has been a doozy. Lot's of stress at work, and horrible weather. On a whim, I decided to go to my local smoke shop. I picked up four Habanos. Two of these, a Partagas Serie D No. 1 EL, and a Cohiba Siglo VI. I chose this one for tonight. The weather was perfect. No wind, not too cold. This cigar was perfect for this night. The flavor was incredibly relaxing. Never burned hot or bitter. I smoked it down to less than 1/2 an inch. The flavor held right til the finger burning end. 

I'm going to have to find someone who speaks Japanese and English. I definitely need to buy a box. They only have the singles on display. 

The most relaxing hour I've had in quite a while.




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