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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 #106: This is certainly one of the most complex and flavorfull cigars out there. Easily one of my all time favorite. I bought my first Montecristo Piramide box 5 years ago and smoked the first one right on the shop. The cigar was amazing, even color and well constructed. It burnt evenly with nice round puffs and deep nice consistent draw. Certainly not for beginners. I suggest for the newbies to try on a more milder cigars and move your way up. Interestingly, this cigar offers 3 different levels of flavors. The first third was fulfilling, deep, a little creamy and a hint of spicy nut. The midsection or the second third of the cigars offers a deeper and more spicier flavor and still giving a nice even draw. A powerful cigar indeed. However, (yes.. there is a however) the last third of the cigar is not what i had in mind. Too bitter and offer a much more complexcity to the already complex cigar. Over the next few years, i smoked these cigars once in a while. They aged really well in Elie B and you wont be dissapointed in keeping a few boxes...enjoying one once in a while. (of course you have to smoke other cigars as well! :) ) - Submitted by hkakalim on December 7, 2005


Review #105: Living in Mexico, they are alot of frauds of Cohibas and this cigar.. You need to go to a reputable shop to find authemtic Cubans. Much like the rest of the reviewers, when this cigar is good it is wonderful ( about as strong as I smoke), but when its bad , well its, not up to par and you toss it....and that bothers me..like a bad bottle of wine in a case...Many shrug their shoulders and open, lite, another...But if you have a name like Montecristo, Chateau Latour (yes, they are in the same league) you strive for a certain level. That being said...90% of the time this is my after dinner cigar...10% o fthe time its tossed. and I shake my head...... - Submitted by donk93953 on November 16, 2005


Review #104: this cigar is a fantastic it is good to smoke on a fine occasion - Submitted by barrett on October 27, 2005


Review #103: It's all been said, and I had to review this again just to back up how good these can be if chosen well. They are not MY perfect cigar but I really love them anyway. It's a classic and deserves to be well aged, that's how you get them good and realise what the hype is all about :). To sselway, (if cigars review could contact him for me?) WHERE on earth do you buy your cigars, 5 euros for a Monte 2?! If you can re-assure me that you know they are genuine Havanas I may well visit there someday int he future on holiday. - Submitted by MeGustaLosHabanos on September 3, 2005


Review #102: Smoked one of these two weeks ago and it was pure pleasure. It was out of a fresh 2005 box and my only complaint would stem from the build quality. It appears that Montecristo is selling to many of these lucious sticks and the current build quality is suffering. At my local tobacco dealer I had to go through 2 boxes to find a "pretty" enough stick that was worth the 5 euro I was about to spend. It certainly was worth it when it came to light up. This picture on the right is what the Monte #2 is supposed to look like but the latest batch look fraggled and worn. I wish I had smoked my last box a little slower now!! - Submitted by sselway on September 2, 2005


This cigar spans 65 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 [45] 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65



 
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