Long awaited Partagas 150 has finally arrived. We have a very limited supply and don't expect to see these again!!!!
This one of a kind item from Partagas is the brainchild of master cigar maker Ramon Cifuentes. Among the most spectacular cigars ever produced, Partagas 150 is embellished with rare Cameroon wrapper leaves harvested from the celebrated 1977 crop.
This one of a kind item from Partagas is the brainchild of master cigar maker Ramon Cifuentes. Among the most spectacular cigars ever produced, Partagas 150 is embellished with rare Cameroon wrapper leaves harvested from the celebrated 1977 crop. Those who have experienced Partagas 150 cigars tell of luxurious, complex flavors and an enticing aroma, and speak of a celestial smoking experience never to be forgotten.
Partagas 150 is a cigar we are excited to "re" release. Just a limited amount of one of boxes of this cigar still exist, they will never be issued again. The Partagas 150 is decorated with the legendary Cameroon wrapper from the celebrated 1977 crop, meticulously handcrafted and reclusive for decades in the Menendez y Garcia Factory, the binder is Mexican and the filler blend of aged tobaccos from the Dominican & Mexican. The Partagas 150 is a superb cigar that releases aromas of oak, rich and creamy smoke. They will be releasing it in 10-count boxes, with each cigar protected in it's own wooden cedar coffin inscribed with the signature of Partagas' master blender, Ramon Cifuentes.
Partagas 150 cigars are not traditionally available for purchase, for they are savored exclusively among the world's most privileged cigar aficionados. However, for the collector who seeks the honor of possessing these rare treasures, we present a once-in-a-lifetime offer.
An astounding bounty of Partagas 150 cigars awaits the collector. Presented in an exquisite piano finished, burled wood humidor, with an inlaid Partagas 150 crest, and replete with a custom humidification device, this magnificent collection contains a total of one hundred and fifity (150) Partagas 150 cigars, in the AA, B and C frontmarks, each resting in drawers lined with royal red velvet.