A mellow blend from one of the biggest names in the business.
Welcomed with open arms by cigar enthusiasts, the Spanish Rosado makes an excellent addition to the Partagas stable. The name is derived from the gorgeous, reddish-brown wrappers grown in the San Augustin Valley of Honduras. This leaf is rich and oily with a thick texture and stunning reddish hue that almost seems to glow. The uniqueness of the San Augustin soil creates a bold, spicy taste with a hint of cinnamon, leaving a white, beautiful ash. Combined with the Connecticut broadleaf binder and Dominican, Honduran and Mexican long-fillers, you can expect a medium-bodied cigar with a rich character and some spicy goodness.
The Spanish Rosada of Partagas received a well-deserved '90' rating, noting: "A dark little robusto that draws and burns well, imparting a good balance of medium-bodied woody, fruity and nutty notes that culminate in a pleasant sweet finish."