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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 #39: this cigar is totally jas. You can mos think, it's then the most popular vark cigar in the world. totally jas. - Submitted by romeo on October 4, 2004


Review #38: Ahhh the Monte 4! A cigar that has by far generated the most diverse reviews about it! To add to this range of opinions, here's my 2 cents (as always, done in thirds)- 1/3: mellow with slight sweet undertones. 2/3: still mellow but sweetness replaced by light spice. 3/3: continues to be mellow with spice gently fading. NOTE - having smoked a few of these I can say that the 1/3 and 2/3 remain the same as mentioned, but the 3/3 can sometimes become more spicy rather than the spices fading away…depends on the batch I guess. - Submitted by Deen on October 1, 2004


Review #37: I didn't enjoy smoking these. I have smoked only a couple from different, reliable habano stores and they have been harsh, hot and tarry with a poor burn (and I can get an even burn out of anything!). The first third was alright but after that it became too hot even when smoked slowly. A good cigar should burn to the last inch without any harshness, especially with the price you are paying. I aged these for a further 2-3 months at least in my humidor. I don't see what all the hype is about personally, I would much prefer a Bolivar or RyJ petit corona any time. - Submitted by A. Dyer on September 28, 2004


Review #36: I had a box of these and 24 of 25 were very good. Rich and creamy in flavor. A great anytime smoke for a good price. I will be getting more of these. - Submitted by flyer on September 24, 2004


Review #35: This is truly a everyday cigar that you can enjoy. I was very pleased with the flavors, it has a relaxing effect while you enjoy it.It is now my cigar of chose. - Submitted by Lawrence L on September 23, 2004


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