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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
Gauge:ThickLength:156
Format:PiramideRing:52
Weight:14,26 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #152: I will continue to buy the Monte No. 2. Cuba’s benchmark torpedo and a full-bodied torpedo at its best. Cool burning, core of coffee and spice with earthy aroma. 5 Stars all around. - Submitted by halithug on April 17, 2007


Review #151: i bought a few of these a while ago. the first one i smoked as soon as i bought them and to be honest i didnt think they were all that great. but now as i type this i am smoking my sencond after a few months in the humidor and its amazing. smooth creamy yet spicy at the beggining as you would expect with a good cuban but again it doesnt get any more complex the further down. ive always been more of a fan of hoyo de monterrey churchill to be honest but this is a really great smoke if aged even a few months. - Submitted by ritchieage on April 12, 2007


Review #150: Just smoked my 1st cuban and it was the Monty no 2. The burn wasn't all i expected it to be but the flavor was heavenly. I smoked it to a nub just to get a full sample from start to finish and it never ever thought about getting bitter. This cigar just came out of the box so I can't wait to try them after 6 mos + in the Humi. Has anyone else had an awkward burn form this stick? - Submitted by ejmuir on April 11, 2007


Review #149: Mauris and all, i am not a big Monte fan, just never have. This particular cigar is different in a way that is hard to describe. All I know to say is that it is about the taste and a properly aged Monte #2 tastes pretty damn good! That is why I smoke cigars, the taste. - Submitted by Rich Golodner on April 8, 2007


Review #148: well i like them,draw is excellent so far,burn is almost perfect but tastewise nothing special.i went throught 5 of of 3X10 that i bought.all 3 boxes are aug 06 so very very young.to be honest i think this cigar needs to be reviewed after a year in a humi and i will definately do it.they are very nice looking and prelight smell is heavenly,there was no construction problems at all,they all burned excellent with nice straight ash,taste is kind of boring but there is a feeling of high potential.they might be extraordinary in few more months.they need patient owners,let them rest - Submitted by marius on March 27, 2007


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