Partagas Cigars
Partagas Heritage Rothschild

Vitola: Rothschild
Length: 4.5
Gauge: 50

Wrapper: Honduran Olancho San Agustin
Binder: Connecticut Broadleaf
Filler: Dominican Piloto Cubano, Honduran Jamastran Valley & Mexican San Andrés
Factory: General Cigar Company, Dominican Republic
Country: Dominican Republic
Purchase Source:
Date Purchased: February 22, 2018
Price: $3.20
Date Smoked: November 21, 2022
Quantity: 13

Partagas Heritage Rothschild

COVID-19 Day 974:
 Partagas Heritage Rothschild, Partagas Cigars, Honduran Olancho San Agustin Valley, Dominican Republic, General Cigar Dominicana Well, it’s “Official”… this delicious “Classic” Partagas Heritage Rothschild has made the regular Cigar Rotation as far as I’m concerned.

This Honduran Olancho San Agustin wrapped beauty has never disappointed making it one of my dependable “Go-To” cigars!

I can’t wait to smoke this again… Soon!
Until then…

Stay Smoky
Stay Chill

COVID-19 Day 890:

COVID-19 Day 859
Every time I smoke this Partagas Heritage cigar I become more enamored with it… first puffs deliver satisfying billows of chewy smoke packed with “Classic” earthy tobacco flavors that remind me of the Habano Partagás Serie D No.4.

It’s no wonder that this Partagas Heritage is so flavorful with “Honduran Olancho San Agustin Valley wrapper from the middle viso primings of the plant. It covers a Connecticut broadleaf binder and three fillers: Dominican Piloto Cubano, Honduran Jamastran Valley, and Mexican San Andrés” (Halfwheel).

Maybe it was good that I had a visitor at the Cigar Lounge today that prevented me from taking my usual notes and photographs… this allowed me to enjoy this is its purest sense via puffing away!

I can’t wait to Blaze this again
Stay Smoky
Stay Chill

 Partagas Heritage Rothschild, Partagas Cigars, Honduran Olancho San Agustin Valley, Dominican Republic, General Cigar Dominicana After resting in the TupperDor for the past year and a half, the amount of time I’ve been back to the Cigar Hobby, I retrieved this Partagas Heritage Rothschilds.

The Partagas Heritage looks like a throwback to the Cuban Cigar I might have smoked way back in the day… Once lit, my eyes open wide after not knowing what to expect… I’m greeted with nice easy flowing smoke via a perfect draw delivering leather and floral notes. I suspect the floral notes come from the priority Olancho San Agustin (OSA) tobacco.

I was also surprised to note the Connecticut Broadleaf binder and delicious fillers of Honduran Jamastran, Mexican San Andrés, and Dominican Piloto Cubano tobaccos. True be told, when I reentered the cigar hobby last year, I wasn’t aware or knowledgeable about this differences and distinctions of the different types of tobacco used in blending a cigar

At the halfway point, cedar joins the party with the addition of a white pepper retrohale with volumes of easy smoke and razor sharp burn.

Finishing up with the Partagas Heritage cigar, I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed this particular specimen after it’s long rest in the TupperDor. If I find another in there, I will cherish it.

Until next time
Stay Smoky
Stay Chill


The Experience

Ash: Even
Draw: Perfect
Smoke Output: Medium
Flavor: Earthy
Strength: Medium
Body: Medium
Finish: Complex
Value: Good
Overall Rating (1-5): 3

The Cigar

Chocolate: 1
Coffee: 2
Cream: 2
Earthy: 4
Leather: 2
Pepper: 3