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Montecristo Edmundo

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<< EagleEdmundo Dantes El Conde 109 >>

Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:15 gr.Score:8.2
Presentation: Semi Boite Nature of 25 cigars

Average user rating

Review #85: excellent cigar....Even burn,good draw,nice construction.When your box arrives smoke 2-3 cigars and keep the rest in your humidor for a few months.Start smoking again and you`ll be surprised with the improovment....One of the best cubans you can buy today!!!!!!! - Submitted by geokalo on March 9, 2007

Review #84: I am now on my second box of Edmundos, and this is my second review. I gave this cigar a 10/10 the first time around, and it still merits the same rating. This is EVERYTHING I could ask for in a smoke (volumous smoke, great construction, complexity and diversity flavors, a finsh in the mouth that whets the appetite) The true sign for me if a cigar is a 10, is when its near its end I wish that it was just one inch longer so I could have a few more puffs. There are very few cigars that CONSISTENTLY do this for me, and this is one of them. I initially had some concerns that this cigar may not age well, however smoking these almost 2 year old cigars has proven me wrong. I know this cigar got a bad reputation when first released. I never had one of those earlier cigars, but I can tell you that my 2 boxes from April 2005 are stellar. Please Montecristo...don't change ANYTHING about these cigars. - Submitted by HABANO DUDE on February 8, 2007

Review #83: bought a five pack along with a box of Cohiba Robustos. I dont have the box number(sorry). Aesthetically this doesn't compare to Cohiba, the wrapper far from the robusto's perfect roll and color. The cigar was spongy in certain areas, and had an uneven burn. I only had them in humi for 3 months prior to smoking. The burn was slightly uneven, but not a problem and the draw was actually too easy for my liking. The flavor was excellent though, medium body which was a nice change to the very powerful cohiba robusto,which knocks me on my rear. I cant say it was an 8 or 9 due to composition of cigar but due to the great flavor I will purchase a box of 25 and let them sit for a while. Its a nice alternative to a big heavy smoke, such as Cohiba or Partagas serie d#4. - Submitted by cubanstogie on January 30, 2007

Review #82: (April 2006) Aesthetically, a beautiful cigar. Excellent burn throughout, which is not typical of the montecristo brand. An earthy first third gives way to leather notes, and then the classic montecristo taste takes off. An intense denoument unfortunately falls short at the end, but still an extremely satisfying habano. Excellent draw throughout. - Submitted by paddyross1 on January 11, 2007

Review #81: I have smoked a few of both the wooden and the paper box versions and found that they are quite far apart. The wooden box version is much darker with more complex flavour - a magical cigar- for which I have scored. Its brother, on the other hand, is light and bland. I would recommend investing in a wooden box version. - Submitted by worjor on December 18, 2006

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