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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


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Review #140: JUL 07 First time at your site; although I have been smoking cigars exclusively since Oct ’85; with a history going back to 1968; when a few Miami cigars were still being rolled with pre-embargo Cuban tobacco. When I first started reading a few of the reviews on the Montecristo’s and particularly the Edmundo; I thought I had gone into the twilight zone. Just where did you folks acquire your cigars; mine are perfect, the spice and aroma is tantalizing, smoking one coming back from a wedding with the sun-roof partially opened my wife remarked at the great aroma emanating from the just lit cigar. My box dated from July of ’07; is perfection, and as I keep my smokes in a very large walk in humidor, I expect them to be better as the time passes. Any one that knows me also knows that I smoke in my house, only allow cigars, and only smoke the ones that Mary approves of, period. In this age of phony counterfeit cigars, we all need to be stewards of the CIGAR. So be aware of what you smoke, and experience a true pleasure when you can, looking to the day of a free Cuba, quality tobacco is very hard to duplicate outside of that perfect soil, that is noted for its complex flavors. True Cuban has a very distinct nose, like a fine wine, it cannot be imitated, and the ash is distinct as well, but the true flavors always come through. The wrapper will never taste bitter, or be harsh on the mouth, the cigar will not leave unpleasant aftertastes, in fact a great Cuban smoke will not even give you bad breath, enjoy with your favorite aged scotch as I do or with a fine aged port, a great brandy, or bourbon, or just a glass of ice cold water, whatever your choice just not beer, as the hops just cannot marry with the tobacco flavors, and your taste buds will trick you. Anyway take my critic with the pleasantries’ acknowledged to you all, I wish you enjoyment. - Submitted by cwp1944 on June 27, 2009


Review #139: I will review the cigar briefly to speak to the reviews previous to mine. Sad as it is, AGE is what counts with the Edmundo. Fresh, they are just terrible. In two years, they become so much more than you can imagine. I agree that there is nothing physically wrong with the Edmundo, everything IS perfect, just not the young taste. - Submitted by OLS on June 2, 2009


Review #138: The Petit Edmundo was my first ever cigar several years ago, and was the reason I got into smoking. This was my first experience with the Edmundo, and I was completely blown away. It was a tubos bought in Cuba which I'd been keeping for only 6 months. It was pure chocolate, cream, coffee. The taste was incredible. I smoked it so low that the butt was a square shape by the time I'd finished. Never got hot, never got unpleasant. Smoked it with some whisky and colas. Perhaps I was lucky, but this is up there with the best cigars I've ever smoked. Also really appreciated the big ring guage and shape of the cigar. No burning problems. Fantastic aroma - Submitted by Kangaroo495 on June 2, 2009


Review #137: i am a great fan of Montecristo cigars normally and love recent No 2&4s, however i smoked 2 out of a 3 pack of Edmundos and was not impressed.i will leave the third for a couple of years(2007)a Monte i have been impressed by recently is the A.i have a couple of 99 boxes and althogh a bit expensive are worth it.you can get them for approx £9 each in boxes of 25 if you chat up the Swiss dealers - Submitted by paul watson on May 26, 2009


Review #136: I winced at their price, but bought three to store in my humi several months ago and smoked my second of them last night. I was so disappointed in its single-dimension. Construction? Beautiful. Draw? Excellent. Consistency? Unwavering. So much so in fact, that the taste and aromas (from cut, from shoulder, from tip) never changed the entire length of the cigar. What I got was fine, was good, was a one hour smoke. It just did not evolve. I have been smoking Brazilian puros lately and quite honestly, their richness and evolutionary qualities put most Cuban's (with that glorious Cuban price!) to shame, at a third the cost. I hope the final Edmundo I am saving until August does not speak to me in such boring tones. - Submitted by Brasileiro on May 19, 2009


This cigar spans 37 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 [10] 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37



 
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