10 responses

  1. Marco Lebron
    September 3, 2015

    WOW! This review makes ma want to get me some! But unfortunately way beyond my pay grade. What a shame.

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  2. Tom
    September 4, 2015

    while I thoroughly enjoyed a few of these sticks I also ran into 2 so far that were too tight of a draw to enjoy. While I found every siglo vi gr perfect in every way I am hoping I do not have an issue with the rest of this box.

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  3. alejandro suarez
    September 4, 2015

    Nice review it truly describes sensibilility and knowledge in relation to Habanos. Who ever wrote it knows why Habanos have no match in the prostituted industry of cigars.

    You just described the essence of a good Habano

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  4. Tee
    September 7, 2015

    Nice review! So far, I’ve smoked two PGRs, for special occasions in 2013 & 2014. Box code: ULA Apr13. I did not have any burn problems. Next one won’t be smoked for awhile, but I’m looking forward to it.

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  5. Tee
    September 7, 2015

    Nice review! So far, I’ve smoked two PGRs, for special occasions in 2014. Box code: ULA Apr13. I did not have any burn problems. Next one won’t be smoked for awhile, but I’m looking forward to it.

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  6. tim
    September 8, 2015

    An 100$ cigar, really?

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  7. yayawhoATyahoo
    September 10, 2015

    … considering the price, I will only smoke one if I am GIVEN it … I am afraid. But do believe it is a ´nice´ one – the ´standard´ version is high on my list of those models I wanna try … & will perhaps refer to you lately … as these days I have short, up to 10 days, cigar-holiday, so it won´t be any time soon …

    Wish all of you lucky to have these … to enjoy them though!! Regards for now

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  8. El Humo De Los Dioses
    October 4, 2015

    No Tim…$100 EURO (roughly $112US) PLUS SHIPPING…

    Worth every penny too. Another one in your wheelhouse might be the Ramon Allones 225th Anniversary limited edition ( limited to 2000 boxes). The box of 25 you get contains about 20% more tobacco by weight than the Partaga for about 60% of the price ($900US including freight. Downside is to get the savings, you gotta buy the box.

    Wait for the review I do on them coming up in the next few days or weeks. I’ll give you a hint—- the Ramon’s are dated Sept 2013, but I can describe them in 4 words and since this is a family friendly site, I’ll use the abbreviation by listing the words’ first letter—- O M F and G :O)

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  9. Inspector
    April 25, 2016

    I had a chance to smoke this cigar recently thanks to a very generous friend (*wink*).

    What can I say. I was blown away by the complexity of the Partagas Lusitanias Gran Reserva. It’s a huge cigar (took me more than two hours to finish it), but I never got bored – although, as said in the above review, the taste profile doesn’t change that much.

    This is a great example of a top quality Cuban cigar, one of the best the island can make.

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  10. Guantanamera
    August 30, 2017

    Ok El Humo De Los Dioses I by the grace of God smoked one of these today and wholeheartedly agree with your assessment of the Lusitania GR.

    Yes, the flavors are very complex and I thought particularly mild for a Partagas….during the first third of the cigar. The strength increases in a linear fashion through the cigar to a point of becoming Partagas strong.

    In regard to the burn, this particular cigar was all over the map. Some parts were fairly straight and others parts need some correction. All in all acceptable.

    Great cigar, wish all Cubans were this good!!!

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