Partagas brings that downhome Cuban character to this fine collection which, at-a-glance, looks remarkably like the renowned Cuban Partagas Serie D cigars. Master blender, Jhonys Diaz, and his team created the blend more than ten years ago, patiently saving it for a special release, and each of the tobaccos in the Heritage blend tells a story of the brand, while channeling flavor nuances from some of the brand’s most popular releases.
The recipe begins with a mid-priming, Honduran estate-grown wrapper leaf developed by Diaz and the Plasencia family exclusively for the Heritage collection. Grown in the rich volcanic soil of the Olancho San Agustin (OSA) Valley, this reddish leaf is reminiscent of the wrapper used on the Partagas Spanish Rosado. The binder is a naturally sweet Connecticut Broadleaf that frames a well-balanced mix of Honduran Jamastran leaves and the same Dominican Piloto Cubano and Mexican San Andres tobaccos used for the Partagas 160.
The result is a rich and complex flavor profile that defies any preconceptions you may have about comparisons to Cuban Partagas cigars. The wrapper imparts complexity and a touch of sweetness, while the core blend issues layers of earthy spice, sweet cedar and subtle notes of cinnamon.
Presented in simply-designed varnished boxes with a gold embossed label, and those "familiar-looking" red bands, this is one Partagas cigar you don't want to miss. Add this impressive tribute to one of the world's most revered premium cigars to your prized cigar collection today.
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On the upper edge of mild and bold. Strong and rich without being bitter.
The Heritage Rothschild has become my favorite daily smoke. This little stick is just great anytime with anything and has a surprising burn time. I just dig this Heritage blend. The robusto is my drive time smoke nice and slow and the churchill is my evening please leave me alone for 90 minutes I don t want to be bothered smoke. The nuances in each vitola, and they are there if you want, keep my palate happy regardless of mood. Consistent construction, flavor and Partagás quality. Leather, sweet cedar and a touch of spice. If you re fortunate enough to live in TX they pair exceptionally well with a Shiner Bock! 5 star material either way.
This is a great cigar with an excellent flavor profile. The aroma is simply what a cigar should smell like...on most evenings therapeutic. I ve found them to be very consistent in any size and I ve tried them all except for the Gigante. I enjoy the D Series but actually prefer these. I wouldn t even compare the two. If you enjoy a silky smooth, sweet cedar, leather and spice profile give it a try. My current favorite.
Great Flavor all the way through, just a pleasant cigar...has that great cigar smell, great with bourbon or an everyday smoke.
I have never had an issue with this cigar...Burns well and even. Fantastic aroma...Recommend to everyone...
I personally lean toward mild/medium cigars so this Heritage blend is about my limit for strength. Heritage appeals to me for an after dinner smoke. Sweet on the tongue to start, strong coffee flavor with a bit of baking chocolate and a hint of spiciness towards the end . Consistently good draw, nice ash, no tunneling or canoeing and burns well till the end with just minor touch ups needed on a few. I ll stock up on these.
Good cigar for the price that I paid for them. Not bad - even burn decent flavor. I would buy them again.
I find that most of my purchases taste better after some time in my humidor. In my humble opinion the ratings are a little premature.
So I m a long time fan of the Partagas number 10, So I thought these would be an extravagant treat. The flavor was great but every one of them tunneled so they burn pretty hot and I ended up returning them. I really wanted to like them.
Nothing stood out about this stick. I m glad it was cheap