History of PARTAGAS

Branded in 1845 by Don Jaime Partagás, Partagás is one of the oldest and most renowned of all Cuban cigar brands. The brand is produced in huge quantities in many varieties; being one of the truly great old Havana brands the demand for Partagas cigars continues to outweigh the supply of the cigars. All of the Partagás vitolas are full, rich, with earthy flavors. The Partagás brand is also strong, making it a cigar of choice for more serious smokers. There is nothing quite as relaxing as lighting up a famous Partagás Lusitania after a heavy meal. As the Partagás brand is consistently outstanding, most Partagas cigars are relatively expensive, particularly the most well known and sought after Partagás cigar, the Lusitania. Partagás cigars won gold medals in at least 3 international expositions held in Paris in the years 1867, 1878 and 1898. Also keep your eye and cutter on the 8-9-8 varnish, another outstanding Partagás creation. In 1998, Partagás cigars were being produced in 11 different Cuban cigar factories.

PARTAGAS Serie C No.3 Edicion Limitada 2012 Box of 10

Serie C No.3 Edicion Limitada 2012
Serie C No.3 Edicion Limitada 2012
  • Ring Gauge: 48
  • Cigar length: 140 mm / 5.51'
  • Strength: Full Body
  • Vitola: Corona Gorda

The first of the 2012 Habanos Edicion Limitada's. The first one we have received and sampled in the Partagas Serie C No.3. WOW, talk about a punch in the face. Incredibly strong, unlike any Cuban I have smoked in recent years and not to be sampled on an empty stomach. Based on the original Partagas Series C No.3 that was discontinued in the 1960's, the new Partagas Serie C has a 48 ring gauge and is available in boxes of 10 in the Habanos Edicion Limitada packaging (double banded). As usual, these are limited and will be very popular with power smokers.


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