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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 #84: This cigar is excellent. I bought a box of 25 and love it. It was my first cuban and was happy with the transition. The problem was the draw. Some of the cigars provided a draw that were 10's. Some though I could barely smoke 6's. Excellent if you get a regular cigar with no problems. - Submitted by azzurri_10 on April 20, 2006

Review #83: I'm surprised by the low average rating. I'd give the Monte #4 a rating of 9, as the only problem is it's occasional draw problems, with perhaps one stick in four. In my experience, that's no worse than with most other Cuban cigars. - Submitted by carld on April 11, 2006

Review #82: i just received a box (EAM mar 05 ) and couldnt keep out of it. it was my sons first cuban , and he was amazed even being green it was all there.from the start, creamy turning to spice, leather , cedar , and a touch of sweetness at the end. there was 2 problems , his was plugged, but a poker solved that. next both cigars had to be relit 4 times. i attribute this to improper storage , or being young . ive put the rest to sleep and will awaken these little gems in 12 months . creamy, well balanced, spicy, and theyll only get better mmmmmmm . a must try for all. - Submitted by tony t. on April 6, 2006

Review #81: i recently have aquired about 3 boxes of the monticristo No.4 cigars...i have smoked a couple and wasnt overly impressed..i found that the rolling quality wasnt the best and they didn't always burn the same...i dont know much about cigars but out of all the cuban cigars i have, these are probably one of my least favorite - Submitted by davemanm on March 30, 2006

Review #80: This is my second review of this cigar. And it's due to my constant passion for Montecristo, an old and highly respected brand. I'm not a big fan of the marevas, although my schedule makes the use of smaller cigars really compulsury. The only problem with the Montecristo No.4 are the huge gaps in quality between batches. As the demand rises and rises, they roll the No.4 in several factories and, definitely, it's difficult to manage the quality issues. But... If the No.4 comes from a good, regular batch (as it is now with the cigars I indulge myself while working), you can easily understand why No.4 is the best selling havana in the world. Smooth, mellow, rich, creamy, with its carachteristic leathery smell, the No.4 is a highly reliable cigar. I enjoy, most of all, the combination between the woody and leathery notes, one you can recongnise instantly... The batch I smoke right now has excellent burning properties. No plugging at all. Definitely, a classic. - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on February 21, 2006

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