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Montecristo Montecristo No. 4

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Montecristo Cigars
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 #149: When these draw they are the bomb. Have run into a few plugged from 06 and 07. But Flavor is there already. I stick wuth the smaller formats , for trying to go for the #2s' is risky. Maybe 7 of 25 even have flavor ( MOnty 2 that is) Besides 2 boxes with some plugged ones, I have had good luck . - Submitted by habanohal on October 11, 2007


Review #148: To reviewer #146: maybe I'm just lucky, but in about 15 years I've always found this cigar consistent. I don't know if it's important, but for clarity I must say I never bought this cigar in boxes of 25, just the cardboard box of 3. That's because I have space problems and can't store lots of cigars (God bless tobacconists who open the boxes and sell singles...). It can also depend of the country: me and a friend recently smoked some R&J Cazadores made for the Cuban internal market and they were completely different from the ones sold here in Italy. I regularly buy cigars in Germany and the same cigar in Germany and Italy is actually different. I know it seems strange, but try that and you'll see. In the meantime, I cross my fingers and hope my luck with Monte4 will stay :-) - Submitted by sasha on October 10, 2007


Review #147: Very good cigar. I am still smoking the first box I purchased 2 years ago, the box is from 99. They seem to get better with every one I smoke. A wonderful woody/leather flavor at the start, and then about half that I have smoked turn spicy in the middle, the others go a little mellower than the start. I enjoy the ones that are a little spicy more. Of the 13 I have smoked, I have had no burn problems or draw problems. They are all perfectly constructed. I always enjoy it when I choose one of these out of the humidor. - Submitted by jkeller115 on October 10, 2007


Review #146: Complete disagree with Sasha: Montecristo Cuatro is the most risky cigar available. Some good ones, lots of bad ones: No standard quality at all, they are made in all cigar factories along Cuba. Plenty of them plugged and non smokable at all, even after four years in the humi. Sasha: How long ago did you say you've smoking this cigar? Sorry, I can't believe when you say 'the quality seems constant through the years'. - Submitted by olisiponense on October 9, 2007


Review #145: This is normally a good cigar which I have been smoking a couple times a month for several years now. The only problem is the consistency, because when they are good, they have the very pleasant Monte taste, voluminous smoke, good construction, etc., but when they are bad, they can be barely smokable. I always recommend smoking one before buying the box. - Submitted by finidi on October 9, 2007


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