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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

Average user rating

Review #17: This cigar is huge! It took me well over 2 hrs to smoke this down to the band. It cost about 40 euro and came in a fancy wooden box. Was it worth the price? No. Was it a good cigar? Yes! - Submitted by thecigarforum.com on February 3, 2006

Review #16: I feel that this cigar is slightly overrated. It is smooth, but doesn't have as much flavor as many other Montecristo sizes, not to mention the high price tag. - Submitted by mick on December 7, 2005

Review #15: It is long, really long and it makes itself look slim, though it is a ring 47. Surprisingly, the draw is prefect, with a bit resistance that make you feel comfortable. The burn is even. The flavour, well, i can say is smooth, creamy and med strength, it is good, but all the way through with no complexity. When the cigar distinguish itself on its last 3 inches, i just let it go with pride, as i am also a bit boring. - Submitted by Derek.C. on October 11, 2005

Review #14: I smoked one of these a few years back and had a ball with it! I was sitting in a hot tub one late and balmy Caribbean afternoon, with plenty of ice cold Red Stripe Jamaican Beer within reach, and a freshly lit Monte \"A\" at my lips. 2 1/2 hours later, after a couple of light rain showers, sunset, several re-lights due to the hot tub, sterilization by poaching, and a number of beer bottles emptied, I finally polished-off this legendary cigar. Not the greatest of Cuban Cigars, but a damn fine smoke... and an even finer memory! - Submitted by majvince on April 9, 2005

Review #13: I think i got very lucky in finding a good one. I know there a lot of draw and construction problems with these but i had one while playing a round of golf last summer and it was a dream. Rich, medium to full, and loads of flavor laced my mouth as this beauty drew and burned like a champ. A lot of the similar flavors you can pull out of a good #2. I wouldnt say creamy, but smooth and almost bready with hints of honey. Wood notes, with a touch of spice that i didnt ever pick up on a #2 but a pleasant addition. This isnt the most amazing cigar ive ever smoked, but it was one of the best smoking experiences ive had. Just make sure you\'ve got a lot of time. Great for a long round of golf, just be sure to light this puppy up on the first hole. The loads of liguero leaf on this kinda left me a little weak in the knees as this is no slouch and should by no means be given as a gift to a first time cigar smoker. Light up and enjoy your nicotine headache! - Submitted by mprach on April 7, 2005

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