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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 #75: Absolute shocker!! I'm fan of Cuban robustos but this particular Edmundo from box of 3s had problems from the onset of lighting. Found a 2mm hole right through the middle of cigar. Had to let it go as it became obvious the draw got affected and burned horribly. Hope the other ones are better. - Submitted by mef on October 7, 2006

Review #74: My final of my annual reviews and saved this one for last. This past year I've smoked a lot of classics, newer brands, limited edicions and new sizes. This newer size from Montecristo is just now, after a couple of years, turning the corner and coming into its own. Similar in size and price to the Granddad cuban the #2, this Uber Robusto takes on flavors of its own. It still keeps true to its Monte 'tang', but incorporates a lot more strong leather and roasted nuts to that of a cohiba I feel. Not as much honey and bread like taste found in the #2, this is rich and powerfull with loads of smoke. When they first came out, they were just ok, kinda boring. They are now a powerhouse and Mr. Edmundo is one to recognize as a cigar not only for immediate enjoyment, but one to stash in the humidor for a while as well. Very well balanced smoke, I will be buying more of these now. - Submitted by mprach on September 16, 2006

Review #73: I love a fat cigar and this one is right up there with the best. It tasted good from the off, drew well, burnt well and the wrapper kept it all together nicely. The smoke was flavourful but not over-powering and apart from the first minute or two and the very last few millimetres it tasted gorgeous. A lovely cigar. - Submitted by stef_install on September 15, 2006

Review #72: Have just tried one from the box and am not disapointed. Excellent cigar! - Submitted by stjohnroe on September 4, 2006

Review #71: Oh my goodness.....these are just the BEST! Fat,full and rich. A mouthful of powerful Cuban smoke! I'd smoke them all day every day. - Submitted by jlcccm on August 23, 2006

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