PARTAGAS SPANISH ROSADO
WRAPPER: Honduras BINDER: Connecticut Broadleaf FILLER: Dominican Republic/Honduras/Mexico
The name “Spanish Rosado” is derived from the wrapper that is grown exclusively for General Cigar in the San Agustín Valley of Honduras. Unique in flavor, this cigar bears a Honduran shade wrapper with a rich, oily, dark-reddish-brown color. Its spicy taste comes from the Connecticut broadleaf binder that wraps fillers from the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Honduras. This is a medium-to-full-bodied smoke for the serious cigar smoker. It also pairs well with a strong cup of coffee or a smoky glass of single malt.
Featured Customer Reviews for PARTAGAS SPANISH ROSADO
This has to be the ugliest cigar Ive ever seen. The cigar is brindle like a tiger shark except in rust color. The only thing this cigar has going for it is the aroma and flavor. The smell and taste are leather,nuts and buttered toast. Its a good cigar if you can get past the looks.