Sabroso is Spanish for tasty. What a coincidence! So are these Partagas Sabrosos cigars. Rolled to a Corona Extra in a savory Cameroon wrapper, add the prime Dominican & Mexican long-fillers and you've got a well-balanced, rich tasting, and creamy smoke. Presented in tubos, order yours now.
These used to be my absolute favorite ten or fifteen years ago. Then the cigars seemed to get very bland and the wrappers very papery. I thought the brand was done and went elsewhere looking for that Partagas aroma. I saw the new reviews at Famous and gave them another try and could not be happier. The wrappers are dark and smooth with an oily sheen, the tobaccos seem well aged, the cigars are solid and uniform and smoke with a medium bodied complexity that's tough to beat in this price range.01
Picked up one of these splendid cigars by luck, on the way to a horseshow in Norco. This is one of the most enjoyable smokes that I have had, including Cuban cigars. Even draw and a fine finish. Next to try is the Sabroso Rosado. Kudos to Partagas!!00
I purchased a box of these bad boys and went through the whole box in about 6 months. I loved the taste of this cigar. It was not bland at all, but had an almost spicy, yet earthy taste that was capped off with excellent burn and construction. Partagas makes a very nice cigar, not to mention ligth on the wallet as well.00