Partagas Maduro No.2 Cigar Review قصتي مع السيجار
Partagás Maduro No. 2
Cigar Reviewed: Partagás Maduro No. 2
Country of Origin: Cuba
Length: 4 7/10 Inches
Ring Gauge: 55
Vitola: Short Pirámide
Habanos S.A. is known to roll a new vitola on occasion, and they did that again in the case of both the Partagás Maduro No .2 and No. 3. Known as the Short Pirámides, it is similar to a number of other cigars that also fall under the Petit Pyramid grouping, though it is only close in size to cigars like the Montecristo Petit No. 2, which measures 4 7/10 x 52. The general Petit Pyramid vitola has been used for a number of Edición Regional releases as well, though again, nothing in the exact same size.
Unlike its new world counterparts, Habanos does not designate many cigars as being maduro; Cohiba was the first when its Linea Maduro was released in 2007, though the word isn’t expressly used in the cigar’s name. Rather, the Cohiba Genios, Magicos and Secretos are simply understood to be the line’s maduro offerings.
In the case of Partagás, however, the word maduro is used in the proper name of the cigar, which also helps differentiate it from cigars such as the Serie E No.2 and the Serie P No.2. Like the Cohiba, however, it is also indicated on the band, though here it is on a secondary band with an updated design shared with the Añejados release.