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  1. John H
    May 26, 2015

    I’m a little surprised at the flavor profile you discovered. Although I’ve not had the No. 6, I find the No. 4 to be a fine robusto, if not one of the best. I would have thought that the blend would have been similar in those two seeing how close they are in size. The No. 4 has always been very pleasant, although there was no doubt that it was a Partagas.

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  2. Rob P
    May 26, 2015

    I love the No No. 4 & No. 5 Partagas sticks and the concept of a petit version appeals. In Europe these can come in tins of 5 and that will be a good way to check these out.

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  3. Nick
    July 30, 2015

    I 100% agree with Denis review.I don’t know what a good aging will do to D6 but I don’t expect it to “rival” the D4,which is much more refined and complex.
    It took 45 minutes to smoke it.

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  4. Rob P
    August 7, 2015

    Got a box of 5 from LCDH Knokke and have tried one. Likely needs a bit more ageing, but I enjoyed the stick. No ammonia and the classic Partagas flavour. Likely a little over-priced for a short robusto though.

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