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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

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Review #30: bought a box of 15 codes ENH AGO 04.I lie one after a while in my humi at 67%. tangy mont's bitter with spice flavor. i will leave the rest for aging and see what will bring. for now i give it 8/10. - Submitted by has on March 7, 2005

Review #29: After a bit more time aging at 65% these edmundos are really turning into a real classic. The signature monty flavors are really showing thru. The classic twang is ever so evident, as well as the classic flavors of espresso, chocolate, and vanilla abound. The power of the strong tobacco is finally tamed into classic flavors, and the amonia is gone. Now that they are turning for the better i have moved them into the main humidor and bumped the humidty up to 68-70%, i will leave them sit for a while and revisit. - Submitted by bigyesta on February 25, 2005

Review #28: Got a box in November '04 smoked one and wasn't fully impressed. Didn' match up well with #2 or Cohiba Esplendido. Put them in the Monty humidor which is always around 65% humidity till Feb 13 and tried another. WOW! Great slow burn, flavors of heaven in a cigar. Suggest giving them time and the reward is outstanding! - Submitted by cooldaddy on February 17, 2005

Review #27: Question for the poster of #25 or anyone else that can help out: Poster #25 indicated that his Edmundos were taking too long to turn at 70% but did better when he turned the humidity level down to 65%. I would have thought it would have been the opposite but would love to understand the reasoning behind bigyesta's contention as he seems to know a fair amount about cigars. by the way, I think the edmundo is fabulous as well. thanks. - Submitted by Michael on February 15, 2005

Review #26: I tried Edmundo's as they were launched. What a marvel! A greasy wrapper, a perfect draw, wonderfoul flavours: with plenty of retronasal impact. Fresh coffee, walnuts, toasted tobacco. An explosion of the senses! Then two months without supplies... (I live in Spain). Finally a jumped on a box when stocks became available again. And boy what a shame: the smoke was too hot, the filling was uneven, the draw was really bad... and prices had gone up in the two months of waiting. To die of success in just four months is a sorry tale, illustrative of Havana's inconsistencies. I rate this cigar an 8: 10 for the first box, 5 for the second... giving some room for things to improve again. Please, Montecristo, make them again as you know you can. - Submitted by Frederick on February 9, 2005

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