Partagás Serie P No. 2, Cuban Cigar Information
The Partagás Serie P No. 2, launched in 2005 , sure feels as if it's been around a lot longer than less than ten years. One of the more prominent vitolas within the Partagás range, the Serie P No. 2 has a strong following within aficionados who enjoy torpedo shaped Cigars. I have found the quality of the Serie P No. 2 to fluctuate over the last few years. I found 2007 to 2009 production to be excellent, however the ones I had from 2011 onwards to be a little lacklusture. Remembering back to the first box of the Serie P No. 2 I purchased around the end of 2007 (with a box year of 2006) needed a good nine to twelve months to settle before they were to smoke.
Look out for the tubed version of the Serie P No. 2. Released in 2008, they come housed in a striking black and red aluminium tube. The design department sure did a good job of the alumininum tube for this release.
Stephen Griffiths' Reviews
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|The Partagas P2 has gained a formidable reputation in the last couple of years as a powerhouse, dependable smoke. I sat down one evening and wrestled with the most consistent smoke to come out of Cuba in recent times. Partagás Serie P No. 2||
4 out of 5
Not as strong or as spicy as the Partagás Serie P No. 2, I find the Bolívar Belicosos Finos a suave Cigar. The typical Bolívar flavours are there, but they're not as punchy as some other vitolas in the brand.
The Belicosos Finos comes in both a slide lid box and dress box of twenty five. The Slide Lid Box is slightly more harder to find, but worth the search if you intend to age the Cigars.