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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 #35: This cigar is quite a sight to behold, beautiful wrapper, ring and heft. Pre-light aroma is promising. Once lit it is pleasantly medium bodied but taste-wise ultimately a little flat, lacking in complexity and really not tasting of anything in particular. Not quite ready to give up on them though as I find the format to be appealing. Will let the remainder rest for a while in my humidor and we\'ll see. - Submitted by Prometheus Bound on March 20, 2005


Review #34: Just purchased a box in Varadero. What a great cigar. Very dark wrapper, with wonderful cedar and chocolate notes. Very slight burn problems but generally a very good burn with loads of smoke. Full bodied and flavourful. Can\'t wait for them to mature a year or so. Perhaps the best cigar I have smoked and will only get better. - Submitted by Guest on March 14, 2005


Review #33: I bought a few to try after reading good reviews about them but i was dissappointed. It was very smooth with ecxelent draw but very very bland. I have left the others to gae abit so that hopefully they will improve with age - Submitted by dks on March 12, 2005


Review #32: I smoked a Montecristo Edmundo this week for the first time and was very impressed. Itís thickness makes it a very Ďpresentí cigar. Combined with itís silky smooth wrapper itís a fiesta for the eye. Itís taste is very earthy, in the second half combined with bitter cocoa. The smell of cocoa is present all the way though. This cigar burns normally: quite even, but some corrections are necessary. It took me 1 hour and 45 minutes to finish! Who said it was a bit short?! A very good cigar, thank you Montecristo! Highly recommended. - Submitted by Bolivar on March 11, 2005


Review #31: Best MC I ever had. Very earthy taste and a great smell! The smell reminds me of pure cocao. I can't imagine the taste with some months under his belt. A must have!! - Submitted by Actionhost on March 11, 2005


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