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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:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #46: What should I say about this Rocket... In few words, it's more than very good. While smoking this MC #2 you taste what Cuba and Habana is all about. PLEASE TRY IT. - Submitted by Samsum on September 30, 2004


Review #45: Just finished a No.2,box Dated Apr04 with code LLN. Very well constructed, nice even burn and is filled with spicy, earthy tones. I am not struck on the last 1/3 of the cigar as it gets very strong. In my opinion this cigar is experienced cigar smokers. I have smoke a couple from my humidor in the last 4 months and the only way I could achieve a consistent burn, and easy draw was to remove the cigar from the humidor about a 20 minutes before lighting. - Submitted by Kevlar on September 30, 2004


Review #44: Frankly, in this reviewer’s opinion not a good Cuban: Although prepossessing and well enough rolled everything else falls into the less than satisfactory category. The most disappointing aspect is a distinctly acrid smoke, then there is a burning problem for the #2 regularly needed relighting, and while it kept a moderately even burn and the ash held fast, it still managed to sprinkle everywhere! I liken this experience to finishing an overly salted bowl of peanuts still in their jackets! Curiously, I was told the Monti #2 was a mild smoke rather like the Diplomaticos #2, but in my view it’s more like a Partagas, further the Diplomaticos #2 exhibited none of the recounted problems and is a very enjoyable smoke. Many years ago, I used to be a box a month of Monti's #1 or #2, but this re-acquaintance is reminder why I left that brand behind! - Submitted by jjme on September 26, 2004


Review #43: Just opened a box dated JUN 04 and had a great smoke. Looked great and smoked even better. Wrapper was a little light colored than expected but very well constructed with a nice oily feel. Burn was slow and consistent. Smoke is creamy, complex and smooth. It should only improve with age. After smoking both the Monte and Diplo No. 2's, I have to go with the Montecristo. It is not as full-bodied as the Diplo but not as harsh either. I like the smoothness and creaminess of the Monte better. - Submitted by Philip M on September 22, 2004


Review #42: Wow. I have to agree with the majority on this one. My box of No.2's are smoking true to form. The wrapper is extraordinaryly silky smooth, the draw even and cool, the taste gets better and better as it burns down. A must. - Submitted by Duffer33 on September 21, 2004


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