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Montecristo Montecristo A

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Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Gran CoronaRing:47
Weight:18,79 gr.Score:8.7
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Cabinet of 25

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Review #42: ---   If you have 2 hours to enjoy a great cigar, this is the one. Flavor of Earth and leather with great evolution without becoming harsh. Perfect construction great draw. Great balance - Submitted by danex on December 5, 2010

Review #41: ---   Wow.. Who would ever had thought such a mammoth of a cigar can be so enjoyable, from start to finish. Big on size and big on flavour. A nice draw which is extremely uncommon of a cigar of this size. Very flavourful and relaxing. When choosing a very large cigar and wanting lots of flavour, this is a must try for any cigar aficionado. - Submitted by muzza on December 1, 2010

Review #40: AUG 04 This cigar has magical qualities. Its mammoth size, perfect construction, razor sharp burn. Of the 4 I have smoked so far the draw has been tight. The aroma is intoxicating. The flavors, while one dimensional thruout and intensifing as it buirns down- are that of leather, woods and spice. This is a remarkable cigar. - Submitted by neuticles on September 8, 2010

Review #39: AUG 03 Simply one of the best cigars. I enjoyed this classic with a cup of coffee & it lasted approx 90 min. I enjoyed every minute of it. Got past the first half and the flavour just got better.It was even harder to put down when I got to the ring , the flavour did not even get bitter or harsh at all.Excellent construction and burn. 1" ash always . Would like to thank Cody @ Burlington on whyte. Spent the extra $10 on the wooden box paid approx $70 for the stick & loved every inch of this masterpiece. - Submitted by Sutton on August 4, 2010

Review #38: AUG 04 Excellent contruction and slightly oily wrapper with acceptable tight draw and perfect burn. Tried the first of box of five aug/04 (each in their own wooden boxes. This is a "flinstone sized" cigar with nice aroma and grey ash . I found it to be mild. Nice Cuban flavors of herbs. gains some strength as it burs down inch by inch but overall is a pleasant one dimentional smoke. - Submitted by neuticles on July 29, 2010

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