They say that change is a good thing. But when you're Partagas and you have 165 years of proven success, why reinvent the wheel? Because you can't strike oil if you don't drill....and the new Partagas 1845 is a geyser of black gold.
Draped in a unique Ecuadorian Habano viso wrapper and generously filled with an intricate blend of long-fillers including Dominican Piloto Cubano ligero, Nicaraguan Guardian viso, Esteli seco, ASP seco, and a Connecticut Habano Broadleaf binder, Partagas 1845 was bred to deliver ample flavor. And deliver it does - this 5"x50 robusto is overflowing with hearty, rich tobacco notes, sweetness, coffee, pepper, and cedar. That hallmark Partagas smoothness remains, but the main core of flavors is a drastic departure. And that's a good thing. If you like robust, flavorful, boutique-style handmades, Partagas 1845 is calling your name.
“I purchased one of these 5 packs recently, and am extremely pleased that I did. The robusto is a perfect size to try out these 1845's. This has been a most pleasant cigar to smoke. Medium in strength, and very flavorful. I enjoy the cigar from start to finish, which isn't something I am always finding with other brands. The smoke is thick and rich, and I really enjoy the assortment of flavors I get from this stick, although I am not yet finely tuned enough to describe them. I get a nice hint of pepper from these, but it is not overwhelming. Great stick, and well worth it. I loved Partagas Black Label, and this was no disappointment.”
BH of Astoria, NY
“Got this stick in a variety deal. Never had Partagas before this, and man was I pleased with the nice feel and draw of this cigar. It burns perfectly and is a real delight with a nice taste of leathery goodness. May not be good for newbies, but if you consider yourself a veteran of good puros this will meet your needs. I enjoy them on the golf course and with after dinner beverages of choice. Will purchase some more in the future and make them a regular in the rotation!”
GG of Cumberland, MD
“Great smoke from beginning to end. Burned great, easy draw, and great flavor.”