Cigar Facts When considering the quality of a "good" cigar, it's only natural to think first about the tobacco that goes into it and very often that's the only thing considered.
Growing Countries Gift
The Partagas Spanish Rosado offers a unique taste that consumers have come to expect from Partagas. The Honduran-shade wrapper offers a rich, oily appearance with a consistent dark reddish-brown color. Because of the uniqueness of the soil, the wrapper provides a spicy taste with hints of cinnamon that burns white, leaving a beautiful ash. The Spanish Rosado name is derived from the wrapper that is grown exclusively for General Cigar in the San Agustin Valley in Honduras. "Spanish" refers to the country of Spain's influence in Honduran history, while "Rosado" refers to the reddish hue found in each wrapper.
A Connecticut Broadleaf binder with a blend of Dominican, Honduran, and Mexican tobaccos combine to make this medium to full-bodied cigar a must-have for serious cigar enthusiasts.
The Partagas Spanish Rosado is medium bodied,
complex and well balanced.
Familia, Mitico, Ramon y Ramon, San Agustin
Like the legendary cigar master Ramón Cifuentes, the Partagas smoker knows what he wants: a cigar that always delivers the richest taste yet never comes on too strong. The range is immense and it would be hard for a smoker not to find a Partagas which fits his or her interest in size or shape.
Every Partagas is an invitation to savor the artistry it takes to bring you this cigar. Partagas
Partagas Sampler Pack
Partagas Sampler (10 Cigars)
Includes 10 Partagas cigars: 3 Naturales Natural, 3 No. 1 Maduro, 2 Black Label Classico, & 2 Spanish Rosado San Augustine. Comes packaged in a wood box.