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Montecristo Master

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Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:124
Format:RobustoRing:50
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:6.6
Presentation:

Montecristo Master Review:

Fresh and flavoursome, the Montecristo Master are for outdoor, relaxed smoking. Very different from the classic Montecristo's, the Open line have added another dimension to the family. The Master (inspired in the Master's Tennis series) will certainly be very popular with the bigger ring gauge smokers.

Average user rating


Review #6: Meh. Not bad but not extremely tasty, however the flavour gets more intense in the last third. I agree with review #5 that when compared with this one regata is better. Not an excellent robusto all in all - Submitted by ritz on November 8, 2015


Review #5: I am a fan of the Montecristo Open line. It is good when they come up with new but quality products. The Master are not my favorite though. Regata is better. Construction can be better! Otherwise lots of coffee and earthy flavors. - Submitted by dimi681 on September 17, 2013


Review #4: Open air smoke. On the beach, cool winter breeze...Light open draw, light tobacco taste and gets stronger as it comes to the end. For sure this is my favorite vitola. - Submitted by Hakam on February 9, 2013


Review #3: In my opinion the OPEN series is just a marketing strategy...Smoked some of each vittola from the series and was not impressed. It is a novice smoker,s cigar.Easy draw,burn and light taste. - Submitted by kamaz on December 7, 2012


Review #2: Great looking stick, with a fairly loose and easy draw. Earth, black pepper are the main flavours that develop in the beginning third. The remainder of the cigar stays predominantly woody throughout. - Submitted by Setone on December 1, 2012


 
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