The Partagas Habaneros Cigar is one of the least known cigars across the Partagas cigar range, despite being around for over half a century. Its release pre-dates the Cuban revolution, making it a true survivor given the amount of cigars that were discontinued post-revolution.
Its size is commonly referred to a Belvederes which measures 125mm in length by 39 ring. A format reminiscent of another era. The Partagas Habaneros sits right in the middle of the Partagas flavour range if we consider, for a moment, the Partagas Mille Fleurs as the mildest and the Partagas P2 as the strongest.
Albeit a relatively short smoke, this doesn't come at the expense of flavour! Beautiful leathery and woody notes, with the occasional punctuation of fine spices, will accompany this 30min smoke.
If you like this format, have a look at these other Cuban Cigars:
|Vitola de galera:||Belvederes
|Presentation:||Dress box of 25 Cigars|