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Partagas Cigar information(type,vitola,size,ring) , 帕得嘉斯雪茄 数据(种类,长度,粗度)一览

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History

The Catalan Don Jaume Partagás i Ravell (Arenys de Mar, 1816 – Vuelta abajo, Cuba, 1864) son of Jaume Partagás (taylor) and Theresa Ravell. He migrated to Cuba and founded with the help of a Lloret de Mar businessman, Joan Conill, a small tobacco factory in Havana in 1827, before establishing his own factory, Real Fábricas de Tabaco Partagás in 1845, on 60 Industria Street in Havana, one of the largest of its time. The name, which translates as “Partagás Royal Tobacco Factory,” was supposedly chosen because of Don Jaume’s status as cigar supplier to various European and Asian nobility. Don Jaume owned many of the best plantations in the Vuelta Abajo tobacco-growing region of Cuba; being able to choose from among the finest tobaccos on the island made the brand incredibly successful. Don Jaume is also believed to have experimented with various methods of fermenting and aging tobacco and is legendarily credited with hiring the first lector to read to and entertain the cigar rollers as they worked.

Partagas Cigar,帕得嘉斯雪茄Don Jaume was murdered (supposedly by a jealous rival he’d been vying with in one of his love affairs) on one of his plantations in either 1864 or 1868 and his son Josep Partagás took over the business. Later the factory and brand were sold to banker José A. Bance, who in turn sold to Cifuentes, Fernández y Cía in 1900. In 1916, Don José Fernández apparently left the firm and Ramón Cifuentes Llano joined with Francisco Pego Pita to form Cifuentes, Pego y Cía. In 1927, it acquired the rights to the Ramón Allones brand; at some unknown point the factory began to produce a brand in its own name, Cifuentes.

Ramon Cifuentes died in 1938 and Pego in 1940, leaving the Cifuentes family solely in control of the increasingly prestigious factory and brand, which renamed the company Cifuentes y Cía. In 1954, the Cifuentes family acquired the Bolívar and La Gloria Cubana brands from José F. Rocha and moved their production to the Cifuentes factory. By 1958 it was second only to the H. Upmann company in exporting Cuban cigars, accounting for over a quarter of all exported tobacco goods.

Before and after the Cuban Revolution, the authentic Cuban-produced Partagás has been one of the most revered and highest-selling cigars in the world. By the middle 1990s it remained the second leading selling Cuban brand, following Montecristo, with annual sales of approximately 10 million cigars.

The old Partagás Factory in Havana, since renamed “Francisco Pérez Germán”, is still responsible for much of the annual production of the Partagás brand. It has proven a very popular tourist destination for cigar smokers vacationing in Cuba.

In 2002, Altadis bought a controlling share in the Cuban government-owned cigar distributor, Habanos SA, and instituted a number of changes in cigar production. Among them was gradually turning the various brands of Cuban cigars to either all-handmade or all-machine-made lines, reducing the number of redundant sizes within a brand, and eliminating many low-selling cigars. Partagás, which has historically produced a variety of handmade and machine-made or machine-finished cigars, had several of its vitolas cut from production, much to the dismay of connoisseurs worldwide.

Since the introduction of the Edición Limitada annual releases, Partagás has produced a special size almost every year: the Pirámide in 2000, the Serie D No. 3 in 2001, the Serie D No. 2 in 2003, the Serie D No. 1 in 2004, a reissue of the Serie D No. 3 in 2006, and the Serie D No. 5 in 2008. In 2005, Partagás introduced a pyramid, the Serie P No. 2, which has proven highly popular with cigar connoisseurs.

Year of foundation: 1845
Tobacco Country: Cuba
Tobacco Procedence: Vuelta Abajo
Factory: Partagas

Type Vitola
Size
Ring
150 Aniversario 109 109
184 x 19,84
50
150 Aniversario Coronas Grandes Corona Grande
155 x 16,67
42
150 Aniversario Robustos Robusto
124 x 19,84
50
150 Aniversario Robustos Extra Robustos Extra
170 x 19,84
50
155 Aniversario 109 109
184 x 19,84
50
155 Aniversario Dalia Dalia
170 x 17,07
43
155 Aniversario Salomones I Salomones Espanola
184 x 22,62
57
8-9-8 Barnizados Dalia
170 x 17,07
43
8-9-8 Sin Barnizar Corona Grande
155 x 16,67
42
Almirantes
156 x 14,29
37
Aristocrats Petit Cetro
129 x 15,87
40
Astorias Cosacos
135 x 16,67
42
Belvederes Belvederes
125 x 15.48
39
Bonitos Extra Mild Chicos
106 x 11,51
29
Capitols Petit Cetro
129 x 15,87
40
Charlottes Carlota
143 x 13,89
35
Chicos Chicos
106 x 11,51
29
Churchills de Luxe Julieta No. 2
178 x 18,65
47
Coronas Corona
142 x 16,67
42
Coronas A Mejorado Corona
142 x 16,67
42
Coronas Grandes Corona Grande
155 x 16,67
42
Coronas Junior Coronitas
117 x 15,87
40
Coronas Senior Eminentes
132 x 17,46
44
Cristal Tubos
145 x 17,46
44
Cubans
159 x 13,89
35
Culebras Culebra
146 x 15,48
39
Demi-Tip Demi-Tip
126 x 11,51
29
Eminentes Eminentes
132 x 17,46
44
Fabulosos Gran Corona
235 x 18,65
47
Fancy Tales of Smoke
171 x 15,57
39
Filipos Placeras
125 x 13,49
34
Habaneros Belvederes
125 x 15.48
39
Jarra Humidor Sevilla
138 x 16,67
42
Londres en Cedro Petit Cetro
129 x 15,87
40
Londres Extra Petit Cetro
129 x 15,87
40
Londres Finos Petit Cetro
129 x 15,87
40
Lonsdales Cervantes
165 x 16,67
42
Lusitanias Prominente
194 x 19,45
49
Media Corona
90 x 16,67
42
Mille Fleurs Petit Coronas
129 x 16,67
42
Palmas Grandes Ninfa
178 x 13,1
33
Palmas Reales
160 x 15,57
39
Panetelas Conchitas
127 x 13,89
35
Parisianos Petit Cetro
129 x 15,87
40
Partagas De Luxe Cremas
140 x 15,87
40
Partagas de Partagas No. 1 Dalia
170 x 17,07
43
Perfectos Perfectos
127 x 17,46
44
Personales Petit Cetro
129 x 15,87
40
Petit Bouquets Infantes
98 x 14,29
37
Petit Coronas Mareva
129 x 16,67
42
Petit Coronas Especiales Eminentes
132 x 17,46
44
Petit Coronas Tubos Eminentes
132 x 17,46
44
Petit Partagas Petit Cetro
129 x 15,87
40
Petit Privados Mareva
129 x 16,67
42
Piramides LE 2000 Piramide
156 x 20,64
52
Presidentes Taco
158 x 18,65
47
Princess Conchitas
127 x 13,89
35
Ramonitas Carolina
121 x 10,32
26
Regalias de la Reina Bueno Coronitas
117 x 15,87
40
Royales Londres
126 x 15,87
40
Salomones Espanola Salomones Espanola
184 x 22,62
57
Seleccion Privada No 1 Dalia
170 x 17,07
43
Senoritas
20
Serie D No 1 LE 2004 Partagas No. 16
170 x 19,84
50
Serie D No. 2 LE 2003 Dobles
156 x 19,84
50
Serie D No. 3 LE 2001 Corona Gorda
143 x 18,26
46
Serie D No. 3 LE 2006 Corona Gorda
143 x 18,26
46
Serie D No. 4 Robusto
124 x 19,84
50
Serie D No. 4 Reserva Robusto
124 x 19,84
50
Serie D No.5 LE 2008 Petit Robusto
110 x 19,84
50
Serie du Connaisseur No 1 Delicados
192 x 15,08
39
Serie du Connaisseur No 2 Parejos
166 x 15,08
38
Serie du Connaisseur No. 3 Carlota
143 x 13,89
35
Serie P No 2 Piramide
156 x 20,64
52
Shorts Minuto
110 x 16,67
42
Super Partagas Cremas
140 x 15,87
40
Toppers Toppers
160 x 15,87
39
Tres Petit Coronas Franciscano
116 x 15,87
40

 

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Reference materials from :
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Partag%C3%A1s_%28cigar_brand%29
http://www.cigars-review.org/cigars/Partagas.htm

 

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