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Montecristo Edmundo

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Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:135
Format:EdmundoRing:52
Weight:15 gr.Score:8.2
Presentation: Semi Boite Nature of 25 cigars

Montecristo Edmundo Review:

Named after Edmundo Dantes, hero of Alexandro Dumas' famous novel "The Count of Montecristo", the Edmundo is the first size to be added to Montecristo's standard range since 1971.
It is the second new 52 ring gauge, parejo size to be introduced by Habanos, SA within a year.
All Edmundos are tripa larga, totalmente a mano - long filler, totally hand made using medium to full-bodied blend of Vuelta Abajo Tobaccos that deliver the classic, bitter-sweet, tangy flavour that has made Montecristo the world's most popular Havana cigar brand.

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Review #171: Didnt like this cigar, as a matter a fact I didnt like anything about it; flavor, construction, format, price etc. Construction on this Monte was as bad as it gets, the draw was too loose and the burn was all over the place. Also, nothing special in regards to the flavors. Strenght was mild to medium, and so were the flavors, toasted tobacco and a bit of leather. Smoking time, 1 hour and 10 minutes, perfectly reflected the construction of this cigar. The price of Monte Edmundo here in Croatia is around 16 USD, which, in my opinion, is a bit too high. Will be trying a couple more, but my experience with large RG Monte cigars has so far been on path with this review. - Submitted by promajk on February 4, 2014


Review #170: 3 by 5 cardboard packs from 2011 and 2012 are very nice smokes, many with dark and oily wrappers and nice draw with great flavors. - Submitted by Dr. Wu on January 31, 2014


Review #169: Really enjoyable smoke from start to finish, well made, it gives a solid draw from tje moment its lit...the flavour is complex without being too bitter, almost chocalatey at times - The Edmundo is the best cigar I have tried so far, although I have high hopes for a 520 ltd edition 2012 that I currently have ageing - Submitted by LeeBooth on July 18, 2013


Review #168: Niente da dire, il sigaro e buono se pur non entusiasmante. Non neppure bellissimo da vedere, Lascia capa solcata da venature piuttosto importantissimo Ed il tiraggio non perfetto, fin troppo libero. Come spesso succede per i bestseller sopravvalutato - Submitted by goethe66 on July 14, 2013


Review #167: i tried this last weekend and was impressed. good draw and burn. very tangy flavour and prefect build. but i forgot to take note of the Box date. im assuming a little over a year. - Submitted by veeru789 on December 17, 2012


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