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Montecristo Edmundo

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

Average user rating

Review #65: After having smoked 8 of these over the past few months I feel its time to say a few words about this great cigar. All were from an April 2005 box of 25. My first one was a bit of a letdown...not because it wasn't a well constructed or tasty cigar, but because I smoked it thinking it would be similar to one of my long time favorites, the Montecristo #2. The Edmundo does not have the raw power and spice of the #2, HOWEVER it has its own charms, and is now one of my favorite cigars. All 8 I have smoked so far had flawless construction, nice wrappers and appearance. The smoking experience is wonderful with an easy draw producing gobs of thick smoke and nice mellow taste of cafe au lait and toasty cedar with a creamy mouthfeel and with a nice underlying sourness or "twang" that keeps this smoke very well balanced (much like the right amount acidity balances with the fruit structure of a well made wine). This cigar has never let me down. I tend to prefer smokes with a bit more age, but these year smokes have been excellent, and have never let me down. I'm curiuos to see how these will be with some years of age, but somehow I believe that the mellowing or smoothing out of flavors that tends to occur with age may not be ideally suited to the Edmundo...at least for my tastes. - Submitted by HABANO DUDE on May 20, 2006

Review #64: Smoked my 2nd and 3rd of these this week. Wonderful. Great draw. Flavorful. Smooth, medium strength. Beautifully made. I've run out of platitudes... - Submitted by donk93953 on May 18, 2006

Review #63: my first time to try this new vitola by Montecristo. got a box of 15 sticks (five boxes of 3-packs) with code EFA SEP05. probably better to buy a whole box of 25. all i got was inconsistent wrapper colors (some with green spots) and ring gauges when all 15 are placed side by side. not really an issue with me though, as long as they smoke great. but none of the 4 i have had so far are worthy of the Montecristo name. taste is rather bland, with the earth, cedar and coffe notes which i love failing to hold up long enough. finishes a bit flat. i dont usually age my smokes, but i am left with no other choice with these. i am hoping they would improve, but no high expectations here. - Submitted by chrisboy on May 3, 2006

Review #62: Purchased a box with a mid-year 05 box date, following recent reviews which indicated an improvement in the cigar since its disappointing introduction in 2004. In addition CA gave it a very favorable review in its 2005 recap, with a score of 93. As a veteran of the cuban delight, I can say that this is one of the best cigars in years. Featuring a dark silky wrapper, this medium to full bodied smoke is a pleasure to the eye, touch and feel, featuring a silky wrapper and a wonderful aroma. Classic Monte taste, featuring loads of cedar and spice, toasty and that bittersweet twang. Great format. All in all a great smoke, one that I can highly recommend to the veteran of Habanos. - Submitted by enriquez on April 8, 2006

Review #61: Just smoked the first from the box I received (AGO05). I couldn't wait because of all the hoopla I have been reading. I was unimpressed. The stick was somewhat tight with little smoke. The flavor may have been effected by the Kentucky Burbon I was drinking - presently out of single malt. Will let sit in the humidor for a bit longer and try again. - Submitted by tolije on April 7, 2006

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