Partagas 1845 Double Corona Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, July 17, 2012
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Partagas 1845 Double Corona Cigar Review

This 7.25×54 stick features a rustic, thick and lumpy dark brown wrapper with a slight tooth, slight oil sheen, small and medium veins, visible seams, double car and a rich chocolate and wood aroma. First light reveals a perfect draw with plentiful smoke producing giving medium-full body flavors of a very deep and oily earth and tobacco with a long smooth finish. The first third mellows a bit to a medium body, showing a creamy milk chocolate that fades a bit on the finish, which carries a leather from the draw to a general earthiness. The draw and finish are both creamy oily and smooth. 30 minutes in the 2nd third starts, the ash drops off and the strength ramps up a good bit. Flavors remain the same, construction is very good. The 2nd third progresses to a medium-full strength body and rush, dropping the chocolate and leather for just a thick general earthiness with a long full deep warm finish that goes down in to your chest. Ending at 1:30 where it got too warm for my taste the last third showed no further changes, holding strength just below the body. Thank you very much to Lawrence Rothfork for sending this for review!

  • Bill O

    Great review! Thank you Bryan.

  • JJO

    Nice cigar. The robusto I had was very enjoyable. Definitely will pick up more.

  • lbrinson0002

    I’m always afraid of the long sticks, because even though the strength might not be full, the fact that I’m smoking it for 1 1/2 seems to be make me dizzy. Thanks Bryan

  • drjwall

    So I have a Cifuentes y Cia Partagas 1845 and I was wondering if that stick is a rebrand or an entirely different blend. Would anyone like to elaborate on this?

  • stevenknisley

    I love this cigar after a nice supper. Great review

  • superdutyal

    This is one of my top 10 cigars right now .

  • littlebeignet

    One of my top favorite cigars (maybe top 10) love the flavors. Ones I’ve had the ash stays on for several inches, up to half the cigar. Haven’t noticed too much strength but I usually have slightly shorter ones than you’ve got here. Thanks for the review!

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