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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 #74: I always wondered why this is the best selling cigar. In my humble opinion, this is a very crappy cigar. Very tight draw,, doesn't burn evenly, and hardly any taste. At about one third i finally had some taste, and the taste wasn't bad, but it didn't last for long. I smoked a few of these, from different boxes, but they all had the same result. So, why is this the best selling cigar, if there are so much better cigars in the same price range? - Submitted by Patton on December 5, 2005


Review #73: good light cigar, nice taste, good constuction. It needed relighting more than twice but maybe this was due to the fact that i was talking a lot and didn't take draws for long periods of time. - Submitted by Pedro on November 9, 2005


Review #72: I can understand why this cigar is one of the highest selling Habanos. Construction is excellent, burn is even, great medium flavour the whole way through. One of the best medium priced cubans iv smoked. - Submitted by mk029 on November 8, 2005


Review #71: Received a fresh shipment with code of BFI-ABR.05, nicely well made, clipped perfectly. Cigar lit well, but burned somewhat unevenly at first, then it fixed itself, and burned perfectly. Taste was beautiful, and suprised me it was so good after just coming off a shipment. As good as my Bolivar Marevas which have been in the Elie Bleu for a year. Expect with aging, these Monte's will surpass the Bolivar. Lasted about one hour, and the nicotine was just right while checking emails. I'd recommend these to all levels of smokers. - Submitted by ksacca on September 24, 2005


Review #70: Received a fresh shipment with code of BFI-ABR.05, nicely well made, clipped perfectly. Cigar lit well, but burned somewhat unevenly at first, then it fixed itself, and burned perfectly. Taste was beautiful, and suprised me it was so good after just coming off a shipment. As good as my Bolivar Marevas which have been in the Elie Bleu for a year. Expect with aging, these Monte's will surpass the Bolivar. Lasted about one hour, and the nicotine was just right while checking emails. I'd recommend these to all levels of smokers. - Submitted by ksacca on September 24, 2005


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