The Partagas Mille Fleurs is an attractive little cigar and showcases the signature Partagas flavors although slightly milder.
• This cigar is appreciated by experienced smokers and connoisseurs alike who wish to smoke complex full-bodied cigars in a shorter time.
• A great example of the great Partagas brand.
This is a great cigar to have on hand when looking for a full-bodied classic Habana.
Length: 129 mm
Diameter: 16.67 mm
Ring gauge: 42
Shape: Petit Corona / Marevas
The Partagas Mille Fleurs is a well rolled cigar, with a rustic medium brown, oily and minimal veiny wrapper with an even, tight bunch. It is toothy in appearance and it is slightly box pressed with a solid triple cap.
Before lighting up:
Smooth to feel and spongy, with strong aromas of earth and wood and the wrapper has that beloved barnyard smell.
Burn / Draw:
Lighting is pretty easy. The draw is very good. The burn is as good as it can get.
The Partagas Mille Fleurs tastes like a Partagas, almost identical to its sibling the Partagas Shorts in a more elegant format with touches of leather. The cigar delivers thick, rich and flavorful smoke, with cedar, nutmeg, coffee and earth flavors.
The flavors are balancing out and the cigar reveals its medium to full body. The draw is still good and the burn is still even. Woody and spicy flavors are now more noticeable, accompanied by earthy and musky leather tones.
In the last third, the cigar is very straightforward and enjoyable. It gets stronger towards the end, with full flavors of sweetness, leather, wood and nuts, but it never becomes harsh or hot. It has a buttery, cedar and musky finish.
In summary, this is a delicious full-bodied cigar in a small format.
30 – 60 minutes