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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 #169: Just smoked the first from a box of five. This cigar was extremely frustrating! It just refused to stay lit for any length of time, and the draw was difficult. Often times the flavor just wasn't there, it was quite bland - but I blame that on the poor draw and difficulty of getting enough smoke from the cigar into the mouth to taste! I certainly hope the rest of the box are better, but reading other reviews it seems these are plagued with problems. Having said that, the boquet is classic Havana. - Submitted by Tony38 on March 17, 2008


Review #168: This is a nice medium (closer to mild) cigar. I did expect this cigar to be a bit stronger from all the reviews I read, but it was a nice 40 minute smoke that had a good draw, ash and burn. The aroma was also very nice too. - Submitted by nnjlon2 on March 12, 2008


Review #167: I would say that the taste and aroma is fine. Light cigar that can be smoked all day. Cocao, vanilla and chocolate reminded me the taste. It lasted 45 minutes only. This is bad! - Submitted by mariosgeorgiou on March 8, 2008


Review #166: I can not understand how people can give 1/2 point to this cigar. I have smoked about 15 boxes of 25 cigars in the last 20 months and did not find even one cigar with bad draw. May be I was very lucky, but if so, only with this particular one, as I found in the same time many others with draw problems: SLR Regios, Serie A and Churchills, many of the RyJ I had, except the short Churchills, which had too loose draw, HdM Epi 2 (cabinet of 50), CGs from Punch like aged Black Prince, PSD4 etc. Now, I am not smoking the MC #4 too often, as I prefer bigger shapes, but I am getting nervous, when my humidor contains less then 2 boxes of this cigar. It is a must have cigar. - Submitted by printzos on March 5, 2008


Review #165: First burn not to spicy.Then only earth flavor.That is it.Not more. - Submitted by narancor on February 25, 2008


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