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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 #34: Best mareva around. I keep trying others but the Montecristo is like the "Terminator" to me...."I'll be back". Wonderful aroma and compexity right to the very end. Smoke with a good dessert wine for a smooth 45 minutes of bliss. - Submitted by Don from Oz on September 16, 2004


Review #33: Just bought 5 of these from an '02 box. My first Cuban smoke. There is a distinct difference in flavor from what I am normally used too(Dominican). A much more mellow smoke, no bite at all. Creamy tabacco flavor consistent throughout with some earth undertones. Cigar wrapped tight good draw even burn. Only negative thing... it didn't last. - Submitted by Jay D on September 14, 2004


Review #32: A good, consistent mareva with mid flavour although its taste can bore after repeated smoking - not high on complexity and perhaps a little overhyped. However for what it is, this cigar is benchmark stuff and an excellent introduction to the world of cuban cigars. - Submitted by Dawg on August 17, 2004


Review #31: Certainly overhyped, but not without its qualities either. The main problem appears to be a lack of consistency, especially in packs of 5. Poor sticks (too many of these) can be flat, loose and tarry. Good sticks have a rounded creaminess and rich flavours. Choose a good box and avoid tarriness by smoking slowly, and you'll enjoy this otherwise overrated cigar. - Submitted by The Privateer on August 15, 2004


Review #30: I just depleted my stock of this popular cigar down to zero. To be honest, I donít taste the fascination most people have in this marevas. A plunge cut is the only way to limit the draw to where it is not too easy or too smoky. I now reminisce of a tarry after taste. Maybe I got a mediocre lot. My next buy will be a single stickÖ one for a curious reminder of a path too well worn. - Submitted by Hoosierboy on July 31, 2004


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