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Montecristo Montecristo No. 4

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #89: This is the best Cuban cigar, and certainly the best of Montecristo's. Purchased a box dated Jun 2005 and they have been good to go right out of the box. I love their strength and body. Lots of wood and taste. I am half way through my box and have only encountered one stick that had a draw problem. Wouldn't matter. These are by far tops. - Submitted by Dr, Aloha on July 20, 2006

Review #88: Very fine cigar, typical Cuban taste/smell/draw. Burned a little unevenly, but was easily remedied. The guy that gave it to me had stored it in terrible conditions, but after a few months in the humidor, it was pretty close to perfect. I highly recommend it! - Submitted by mikis318 on July 14, 2006

Review #87: Pretty strong but pleasant taste. Pepperish. Allmost allways they are box-pressed ones but it do not do harm. A good cigar. - Submitted by TonyMontana on June 17, 2006

Review #86: There's a reason these are one of the best selling Habanos....THEY'RE GREAT!Solid,well made and with the unique Cuban flavor you want. Buy a box or two for those times you want a half hour smoke. - Submitted by jlcccm on May 7, 2006

Review #85: I am confident now that this is the cigar that habanos uses to train novice rollers, and it makes perfect sense. Give them a small cigar, a straightforward size to roll, and that so many will be made that the substandard units can be thrown in evenly into random boxes. It is for this reason that I believe the "1 out of 4" throwaway sticks are not an accident. In my latest box of 25, code MCS NOV 2005, I tested this theory and found it to hold true. It is easily repeatable without even smoking the cigars. Simply take out the top row in the box and lay out the 13 cigars one by one. Notice the difference in the ring guages, anywhere from about 40-44, so obviously visually inconsistent. Then, give each a gentle squeeze at the foot. Sure enough, 2 are as hard as a baseball bat, 7 are firm with a slight spring, and 4 I would consider loosely rolled. THIS CANNOT BE AN ACCIDENT. I have smoked literally hundreds of this cigar and have tossed more of these for draw problems than any other make and vitola cigar ever. HOWEVER, these are my favorite all time cigar. How can I say this after the tirade above? Because of the flavor. This cigar is a perfect example of why Cuba cannot be beat by any other country. No one yet can replicate or even approach the Montecristo twang, the old school Habano taste. Not even the best of the best from DR and Nicaragua taste like this. The quality of the tobacco used in these cigars is first rate, better even than that used in larger Monte sizes like the #3. Don't believe me? Smoke them back to back. Why, then, do they choose to use some of the best quality tobacco in these cigars? The answer is simple IMO. To keep us buying boxes of this cigar knowing full well that each box contains 3-5 cigars that are all but unsmokeable. Habanos can use all of their rejects and no one complains because the other cigars taste so good. So, I continue to purchase boxes.................... - Submitted by peteando on April 27, 2006

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