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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 #37: AUG 07 Delicious. Burns great. Woodsy, earthly, bit creamy. Needs attention like the girl you took to graduation... but like her, if attention is given, all works out in the end. Best with a nice dark americano. Better draw than I expected. You don't need to be a pro to appreciate this one, but it helps :) - Submitted by rasta on October 28, 2009

Review #36: OCT 99 bought a box, and yesterday tried the first. This is a BIG cigar, not only due to his size, but even more due to his taste profile. This was better then I'd hoped for, From the first puff to the last excellent monte flavours, mainly bean, changing from vanilla to coffee to cacao and back. Great by all means! Lasted way over 2 hours, last part pretty heavy finish, peppery, with flavours mentioned above. Only after more then 2 hours got some tar, sign to put it down immediatly. Conclusion: glad it wasn't too strong (wouldn't lasted for 2 hours myself :-)) and even more satisfied with flavour and 3-D smoking. If you can get a good deal: don't hesitate. If cigar smoking is your passion, you will eventually finish the whole box in 2030! - Submitted by Yapi on July 26, 2009

Review #35: SEP 99 since i wrote my last review i have smoked a couple more,everything i said previously review i standby,however i smoked these slower and got even more plesure out of them,they both lasted over 2 hours and IMHO are now up there with the best No2s and move into my top 5. - Submitted by paul watson on May 26, 2009

Review #34: SEP 99 well finally got round to smoking one of these monsters.i bought 2 boxes(50 cigars)in a good deal like other guys.$620. box code PEL(Romeo Juliet)EOOO(sept 99). This cigar is a pussycat,nothing like as frightning as it looks.great veinless wrapper,and looked wonderful.i believe that in 97 their were only 2 guys in Cuba who could roll these monsters,well after all the horror stories about cigars being unsmokeable from 98-00 and i have had some bad ones myself.i was worried.i had let these guys rest at 17/65 for 5 weeks and was expecting the worst.all i can say that the draw was perfect even though parts of the cigar felt like concrete.it must have been one of these master rollers who made these.before i mention taste i would like to mention one strange thing,none of the ash held for more than an inch before dropping onto my shirt or jeans.now to taste,well it someways a disappointment,i was expecting flavour like a giant no2,and expecting to be knocked out,what i got instead was the monte profile but on a lighter scale,remember this cigar lasted 100 mins.was it worth it,yes def especially at the price i paid.Must be in my top 10 and i have been smoking Cubans for 30 years - Submitted by paul watson on February 26, 2009

Review #33: MAY 01 Had been sitting on the sideline wanting to buy a box, but too expensive. Recently acquired a 2001 box for only 220 Euros so was excited to try one. OMG: a fantastic smoke! The construction was flawless with a silky smooth wrapper. I am familiar with Montecristo, and this stick compared in feel and aroma with their line of products. The flavor and aroma was as good if not better than any other Monte I have smoked; however, when you factor in the cost at less than 9 Euros/stick, I found it to be exceptional. The flavors stayed on the earthy, woody slightly herbal side throughout the entire smoke which lasted me about 3 1/2 hours (I'm a slow smoker). For the price, I'd highly recommend this stick to any experienced smoker. - Submitted by Vantage1 on January 23, 2009

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