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Montecristo Montecristo No. 2

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<< Montecristo No. 1Montecristo No. 2 Gran Reserva 2005 >>

Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:14,26 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #272: ---   I have to buy 2 boxes of these at once, just to have one that will age a bit. Could be my favorite stick. 1 out of 15 might not burn that great. I don't care. Excellent to smoke on the beach. Rum, coke, monte 2. This feels like Cuba to me. - Submitted by rasta on October 28, 2009

Review #271: MAY 08 Beautiful construction Colorado, silky smooth, even burn and good draw (maybe a little too firm in places), wrapper started cracking when heated up, earthy notes of coffee/cocoa, creamy finish, really nice aroma except wrapper issues. Have since tried a couple more, and the construction has much improved. Bought a box, and guess I'll just have to deal with the inconsistency. - Submitted by oldmanjohnson on October 16, 2009

Review #270: ---   I haven't entered a box code because the age of these doesn't seem to matter. Every one of these sticks that I've smoked has been great. For me nothing else comes close to the complexity on offer in the Monty #2. As you smoke you will be able to discern three or four distinct flavours: cocoa, leather, earth, spice, to name but a few. This cigar has it all and in exquiste balance - more so than the overrated (but also great) Sublimes. Construction is just right, the draw never a problem. I take the opposite view to review #264: SP2 is plain and unexciting in comparison to the M2. Not just the best piramide from the regular catalogue, but IMHO one of the best Cubans on offer. The only bad point for me is that this cigar is often saltier than most, which can hit you near the end and afterwards. - Submitted by john_larwood on October 6, 2009

Review #269: OCT 08 Still a bit too young seeing how the box stamp is Oct 08, but it is still a great smoke. Nice prelight taste and aroma. I love the woody, nutty, cinnamon undertones. My only disappointment would be as others have stated the inconsistency. Some sticks I find to start great then they die down to a really dry finish, where I find myself reaching for a lot of water. - Submitted by smokeNrelax82 on September 25, 2009

Review #268: OCT 07 I was a fan of this cigar until i tried the Partagas P2, which is my prefrence. However, last week, i brought a box of 10 No. Monti2 of Oct 2007....Oh my God, the aroma of the steady still cigars is like a perfume, and the construction is almost perfect...I admit that i can't resist it. I don't know how much it will stay in the humidor untouched... Its perfume assures that it is a mature, aged Cigar. I must lit one this weekend and see how it will be... So , definitely, i am going to pay another review soon. But ,for the time being, i do believe that its perfume and construction deserves 9/10..... - Submitted by sharif on September 18, 2009

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