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Partagás Serie E No. 2

July 25, 2013

The Cigar: the Serie E No. 2 is one of the most recent addition to the Partagás catalogue, it was released in 2011 and it comes in the classic 25 package and in unusual 5 cigars wooden box, at 140×54 this is a robusto extra – a fat gordito if you want – it is the same format of the 2009 Romeo y Julieta Limited Edition named Duke.

The Smoke: The first thing everyone wanted to know the day the cigar hit the market was: does it taste like a Partagás? Of course it doesn’t, the tobaccos and a lot of other things have changed in the last few years, the Serie E No. 2 is the first new Partagás of the second decade of the XXI century and while when you open the box you don’t get the typical barn smell of the brand, the smoke is still very much along its lines, leather and earth dominate the smoke, the central part of this stogie is fuller in strength and adds to the mix some chocolate, but the end is its best part: the earth is still there but it comes with multiple hints of honey, nuts and an overall spicy sensation.

The Score: 94

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