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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 #181: JUN   Box code AMO JUN 16. Smoked this one last week for tasting as I know these were rolled out of the fable El Laguito Factory. It has the brand new gold embossed band. The cigar started off strong, unlike other Edmundos which I smoked in the past. It soon toned down and one can see the potential of this. A 92 point cigar for now, but has the substance to be developed into a memorable treat with sufficient time in humidor. I have placed more order on this batch and will age them with patience. Classic smoke in the making. I promise will report back in a few years. - Submitted by x-man on August 10, 2017


Review #180: A very good cigar. Soon as I lit it I could tell it was not a loser, like some cigars I have tried. It has it all. Not outstanding, but I'd buy more and gladly smoke them from here on out. Purchased in December 16' and believe it was from the same year. - Submitted by The Boxcar on January 5, 2017


Review #179: What a flavour bomb !!! The flavours of the N. 2 but with salt in the end (very notorious) and without the wet earth. Incredible draw and combustion ! Clear 9 !!! - Submitted by Heinrich on October 2, 2016


Review #178: Dark and lovely. A bit toothy. Unlit aroma has a lovely complex bouquet. First puff was amazing. Salted caramel and creamy coffee mocha flavors with a lot of persistence. Zebra colored ash with a perfect burn. Fairly tight draw is my only complaint. - Submitted by mjmmm on October 31, 2015


Review #177: OCT 07 After only smoking coheba I thought if give this ago. This was 2 years ago , I have found it to be smoother , with a perfect burn and an adorable cocoa taste. I just wanted it to last longer. - Submitted by Laverty75 on October 7, 2015


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