The short robusto delivers all the richness and spicy character you could hope for in a cigar.
I really enjoy the aged tobacco character in this cigar, even though other añejados have been slightly inconsistent.
This major cigar used to be one of the legends of Cuba in the 1990s, but as we all know,...
I smoked this the afternoon I arrived in Havana from Miami for the cigar festival on March 1. What a great smoke!
A long time favorite of mine, especially in cedar cabinet boxes of 50.
The Partagas Selección Privada Edicion Limitada 2014 came into the market this year, and I smoked one in the P&L Club in Hong Kong the other day.
I had a 10-minute break so I decided to smoke a Partagas Serie D No. 6 (ring gauge 50 x 90 mm long). This is a short but thick cigar.
This is a new cigar out on the market from Cuba, and it shows lots of spice, smoked nut and coffee bean character with dry tobacco.
I smoked this baby blockbuster Robusto during a lunch outside at a friend's winery. Temperatures were close to 100 degrees fahrenheit, even under the shade of the dinning area. So I wasn't sure it was the right time to have a smoke. But what a cigar!
I loved the white pepper, cappuccino.
The thick 54-gauge smoke is a force of nature and delivers plenty of spice and intense flavors. This is the bomb.
This is the most popular premium cigar sold in Cuba to visitors. A spicy smoke with cappuccino and cinnamon character shows the richness and balance I expect in a Serie D.
This was a big surprise for me.