Partagas (patagas) the legendary patagas is one of the oldest brands of Havana cigars. It is made by donjem Don Jaime patragas was founded in 1845 (some say 1927), and its old cigarette factory still exists. It is located in the center of Havana. It is now used as the head office of La Casa sel HABANO, a cigar store directly under the Cuban Tobacco Bureau (this brand store has more than 70 branches worldwide, and currently there are four in China). Patgas cigars are famous for their rich taste in the world. During the Second World War, this brand was very popular, especially in cigar lover avelin The cigar is also mentioned in Evelyn Waugh's novel "Brideshead revised". The quality of Cuban pataga cigars is uneven. Cigars of larger sizes, such as Lusitania, especially those produced by cabinet 50s, are indeed of excellent quality. However, for some small-sized cigars, machine-made cigars are more difficult to smoke than hand-made cigars. In general, this brand tastes rich, rich and earthy, especially the chubby cigars such as serries D No.4. Patagas cigar is undoubtedly full of pungent fragrance and rich taste, which makes cigar customers all over the world know and love this brand.