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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 #124: Hola. I avoid all 42-ring gauge cigars. It is Monte Cuatro fault: There's no concrete standards of quality. All factories roll this stick in Cuba, well and bad. Seems all new rollers learn rolling this nr4. It is an adventure to find a good one. - Submitted by olisiponense on April 2, 2007


Review #123: Excellent petit corona. Wrapper had a beautiful shine to it, oily, I know I'm in for a flavorful smoke. Had to relight a few times, I find that typical with Cubans, but that did not take away from the overall enjoyment. For a small cigar very full bodied. Recommended. - Submitted by ihupaliw on March 8, 2007


Review #122: This cigar was in my humidor for about one year and one night,before few days, I decide to smoke this cigar.I was alone and concetrate on smoking and I must say that I realy enjoyed in it.With glas of Courvoisier Montecristo 4 gives to me time fullfill of pleasure and relaxation with harmony of beautiful aroma and taste.This mild,rich cigar is for sure great cigar... - Submitted by Marcowind on March 7, 2007


Review #121: i can't really add anything here that hasn't already been said. i've smoked 5 or 6 of these in the last year, and when there good, there great. unfortunatly as everyone has said, there hit and miss in terms of construction - Submitted by xtrotskyx on March 3, 2007


Review #120: I'm new to cigars but bought a couple of boxes of 5 at xmas. The flavours are good but as everyone seems to say the quality is very variable. Most seem to burn unevenly. Sat with a freind a few nights ago and we had one each. After 30 minutes he was way ahead of me - so I tried the draw on his and the difference was huge - and they were from the same box! I still love them butI'm wondering if there's something better out there. I've a Cohiba Robustos in the Humidor that I'll check out soon! - Submitted by maddog on February 26, 2007


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