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Montecristo Montecristo No. 4

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:129
Format:MarevaRing:42
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #214: JUL 08 Perfect 10 for construction, 9.5 for its near perfect burn, delicious Montecristo taste in this great little smoke. It is a great smoke when you do not know what you are in the mood for.. I find it similar in taste to the Monte 1 with the smooth espresso, vanilla notes...the 08' batch I have are also, significantly better than my 04' box of 25 which although rolled perfectly have not reached their maturation yet and smoke harshly compared to the 08' batch which I am very excited to give some box age to unlock their true potential. - Submitted by sause2112 on May 29, 2009


Review #213: Ελα τώρα,,,ενας αντι(monte)χριστος σαν κι εμένα πείθεται απο αυτό το κλασικό montecristo! Mπράβο του! - Submitted by indytheo on May 26, 2009


Review #212: JUN 08 210 reviews, why add another? Guess it's what we do. The #4, a cigar of long reputation and ash. I don't think the 4 was made to break records or dazzle connoisseurs, it's just not that kind of cigar. The Monte 4 is a go-to cigar, a rock in he humidor. When I just want to sit back and enjoy the art of cigar smoking I often reach for this roll of leaves, and it usually does the trick. Sure, there are some heavy hitters I enjoy more, and there are even less expensive cigars that have more complexity and range than this Mareva, but it just does't seem to matter, nor is that the point of why they will always be a fixture to me and a good many others. If you got a bad box I'm sure it was a drag, but these things happen. It is the humanity coupled with the forces of nature that give cigars their numinous quality, and this sometimes reveals the darker side of Cuba. But it is the light that brings us back, the sun and sea that surrounds this great island that brings us back to the #4, a fine cigar for the simple pleasure of smoking. - Submitted by johnydraw on May 14, 2009


Review #211: SEP 08 Box Code TUR SEP 08 I've smoked hundreds of cigars, all origins and sizes. This is one of the best bang for the buck cigars out there. Let's face it, for 4 Euros an hour what other type of entertainment can you buy that gives this much enjoyment? Classic cocoa/floral/creamy coffee flavor for the fist 1/3, then espresso with a hint of woddy flavor in the middle. The finish in the last 1/3 (if you don't smoke it too fast) turns to pure power with the signature cuban "twang". With a little age these will be damned near perfect. Seems like 2008 was a fantastic year as everything I've had so far is smoking great right out of the box. - Submitted by camstersguy on May 12, 2009


Review #210: JUL 08 Box code: ARO JUL 08 This is my favorite 08 right now(smoked 12 out of 25), this current box tops the No.2 and the Sublimes. They are just smoking fantastically, great even burn. They last me about 45-50 mins. I get strong coffee flavors, some had hints of vanilla. The last 3rd the spice really kicks up. I have nubbed all of them, can't say enough good things. It'd be nice to get some more age on these but I don't see that happening as it is becoming my daily go to. Maybe next order I'll get 6 boxes in order to age some. Happy smoking! - Submitted by kb6 on April 25, 2009


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