Partagas Mille Fleurs

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1 review for Partagas Mille Fleurs

  1. Olwen

    Partagas Mille Fleurs

    Origin : CubaPartagas
    Factory Name : Petit Corona
    Size : 129 x 16.67 mm
    Ring : 42
    Weight : 8.46 g
    Price : ~4€/piece

    Often compared to Montecristo No.4, the Partagas Mille Fleurs, in my opinion, boasts quite a strong personality. Another advantage is its place on the price/value scale.

    Appearance : [rating:4/5]
    A very neat Mareva. High quality shiny wrapper with few veins. The cigar fits nicely in my hand.

    Construction : [rating:3.5/5]
    Usually good construction (I’ve smoked about 5 of those so far), I sometimes experienced draw problems (was very tight). The burn is usually great and does not need correction.

    Flavor : [rating:5/5]
    Starts off with smooth flavors of hay and trefoil, then develops stronger scents of wood, leather and high quality tobacco in the second third. The last third might be a bit rough depending on the particular piece, but usually is not unpleasant.

    Value : [rating:5/5]
    Extremely good value for money.

    Overall Rating : [rating:overall/5]
    Smooth and good and well-priced. If you want something quick, flavorful and cheap, reach for one of these.

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    • kkh369

      I have not been a fan of these, but that is mainly because the 4 that I have had were EXTREMELY tight. I am a huge Partagas fan when it comes to Cubans, and I’ve been so disappointed w these. I got like NO flavor from them. I even tossed out 2 of them out of frustration at the halfway point because they were completely unsmokeable. And I know they weren’t fakes, so ???

    • phathungarian

      i don’t know what it is with all Partagas I get lately. I mean, in the last year and half, maybe even 2 years. I have the greatest difficulty removing the ring, hot or cold, doesn’t matter. i start peeling it and it will actually peel off the printed part and leave the white paper ring on the cigar. Installed too tight to slide off. Pisses me off, when all I got to smoke is a shortie, I want it to the very end.

    • meneer

      probably the best cheap puro i ever smoke, tons of Partagas flavour,creamy,sweet,burn well and draw better.No paragon whith Aristocrat,or Monte4,great little handmade

    • ArdaGulcil

      I bought 10 pieces box of 08 Jul rolled at Istanbul DF each 3.6 euro . Good final , wrapping not perfect,burn is ok ,good pricing,no drawing problem, strength average, body medium to full,scent overtone honey

    • @ngel

      I have just ordered a box of these stogies. Great review!

    • Caligo

      probably, for the price, my favorite cigar. I like it a little dryer tho 😛

    • phathungarian

      A very very nice cigar. Can’t beat the price. Full of flavor and once aged a bit the burn and the draw are both excellent. In addition, somehow this is a simple but nice looking cigar and feels good to the touch. Buy and try if you get a chance.

    • lovin

      I dare anyone to find a better smoke for this price. It has that unique smell found in cigars, that I reckon is better described as that of standing outside a subway restaurant than the many complicate terms used by others.. nice, but like anything else, if you overdo it, there will be regret

    • Ron

      Picked up a box of these in the Frankfort duty-free, which has a walk in humidor. I found the first cigar very rough, especially the last third, which I could not smoke. Compared to the Monte 4’s I usually smoke it belies its low price with a complete lack of smoothness.

    • Loco

      I like this one, this is completely different from other Petit Coronas that I’m used to (like Monte 5).

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Cigar Region Cuba
Filler Cuban
Wrapper Cuba
Binder Cuba
Length 5 1/8
Ring Gauge 42
Vitola Petit Corona
Construction Hand Made