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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 #194: The first cigar I french inhaled, and it opened up my idea of aroma. Great looking, smooth, great burn, nice 40 minute spent.. - Submitted by kevpau on November 24, 2008


Review #193: The one that started my love affair with cubans. Was given one of these a few years ago and never looked back. Unfortunately, the first box I ever purchased was wet so it was not very good. Very delicate cigar so storage and handling must be top notch. Should be kept in cedar so take them out of the dress box and take care of them. Creamy, mild cocoa, long wonderful finish. Definately in my top 10. Pair with medium bodied coffee or a ruby port and enjoy. - Submitted by exclusivo_al on November 3, 2008


Review #192: I smoked the first cigar from a pack of five. At this point I don't see what the big deal is. The smoke seemed very one dimensional to me. I only got earthy flavors from it. The smoke could have been affected by any number of things. Perhaps the stick I smoked was a little off, perhaps some other flavors from other smokes in the humidor were married together. Not the best smoke, not the worst smoke. I will smoke the others and then decide whether or not to make these a staple in my humidor. - Submitted by devil666 on November 3, 2008


Review #191: NOV 07 I tried this cigar out of a packet of 5, and it was great. Easy draw, and very very sweet taste particularly to the end. Also tasted very earthy like biting on dry soil, which was quite pleasant. I would strongly recommend you buy this in a wooden box, or separately from a cigar merchant, as ones that come from packets, are dry and tight, having a terrible draw; they don't do the great cigar justice. All the great flavours of the cigar are diminished by the dry plastic packaging, and you will only get maybe 1 out of 5 good ones in a packet. - Submitted by punchline on November 3, 2008


Review #190: OCT 04 A very good cigar for the price. They are best aged a few years. I have noticed that the longer they are aged the better the better the smoke. - Submitted by R. Paracholski on September 1, 2008


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