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Montecristo Montecristo No. 2

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Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:156
Format:PiramideRing:52
Weight:14,26 gr.Score:8.2
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #119: I have had a box of these beauties in humidor for nearly two years and have only occasionally smoked one. This past weekend I lit one up and was transported. Not enough great things can be said about this cigar. Cream, spice, finess, power; they were all there. Nearly two hours of pure smoking pleasure. Reading some of the other reviews, I feel a little bit lucky as I had no burn or draw problems. - Submitted by McSmoke on July 20, 2006


Review #118: I never new it was possible to smoke roses until last night. The first quarter of this cigar had me perplexed over what kind of taste I was experiencing. It was mellow, creamy, and sweet, but reminiscence of some scent that was all too familiar. It was the intoxicating smell of fresh red roses and something else ever so suttle. As the cigar progressed the taste of cocoa also started to build and the rose scent became more and more intense. This cigar came from a box dated October 05. Her and her sisters have been in my Humidor for over a month now. Most of what I have had thus far have been consistent in taste, appearance, and pleasure. But two weeks have past since I have had one and I believe they finally have adjusted to my humidor. What a wonderful experience. I sure hope the rest of them taste as incredible as this. By the way Cigar Aficionado only provided this cigar with a score of 93, but I would say this is a 99 or 100. - Submitted by semery74 on July 18, 2006


Review #117: To #116 "Amazing draw, even burn, "......" tended to burn a little unevenly (who cares?!)"...... your consistency sounds like a Monte 2. Good smoke, but as the second most produced in Cuba, very inconsistent. - Submitted by billyh79 on June 29, 2006


Review #116: Im always very skeptical of cigar hype. Many well known 'great' cigars (Cohibas for one) are good, or even great, but still just dont live up to the hype. But the Montecristo No. 2 easily lives up to the hype of best pyramide! Amazing draw, even burn, wonderful taste. Was so pleasantly suprised with how much better the cigar kept getting as I continued to smoke it. Creamy, ceader tastes to start, building up to quite a spicy and tasty finish. Every time I smoke these, I come away with such a relaxing, euphoric feeling. The wrapper tended to burn a little unevenly (who cares?!) but I dont have the greatest humidor in the world so I will blame it on that, not the cigar. Do NOT pass this baby up if you get the chance! - Submitted by xTybe on May 29, 2006


Review #115: Simply the best! Montecristo. Though I've only smoked two of these, they are fantastic, always giving, from the first light, till my fingers, have nothing to hold and I'm smoking the butt. How others, describe over a hours smoke, I don't quite understand, though, wouldn't mind longer, than the 45-50 minutes, of ecstatic smoking experience, that I enjoyed. This powerful torpedo, is rich from the start, with spicy wood, that becomes cedar and spice, whilst remaining creamy, cool and rich until its spicy conclusion. The problem I did have however, is with the construction: the first burned unevenly for the first half, with the second, having the same problem, within the first third. Despite this, they have defiantly become, one of my favorite cigars. - Submitted by asombraresplenddidos on May 11, 2006


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