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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 #229: ---   Não é possivel determinar a data de fabricação pois, o exemplar avalado veio em uma petaca. Entretanto, posso afirmar que acredito não ser este o principal detalhe a ser notado neste charuto. De formas elegantes, capa pouco rustica com aquela maciez típica de charutos prontos a proporcionar um prazer curto mas, intenso. Acendimento e queima muto bons, sabores talvez um pouco suavizados pela combinação com o Porto Ferreira Rubi mas ,presentes como terra umida,madeiras e camurça. Conforme evolui em seu terço médio e final me sobressaíram notas mais amendoadas e amadeiradas.Sem dúvida estou pronto para aprofundar essa experiência fazendo este Monte n4 uma presença constante no humidor.É facil perceber por que se trata do charuto mais vendido e por que não apreciado do mundo - Submitted by CORAZZA JR on December 8, 2009


Review #228: ---   Όταν προ πενταετίας αγόρασα το πρώτο μου humidor, το γεμισα τότε με διαφορα πούρα.Εκανα ας πούμε ενα sampler,οπου ανάμεσα στα άλλα ήταν και πέντε monte No4.Καπνισα τότε τα δύο,δεν μου έκαναν ιδιαίτερη εντύπωση,προτιμούσα πιο πολύ τα Romeo.Ξεμείναν τα υπόλειπα μεχρι τις τωρινές ημέρες,οπου και άναψα ένα το μεσημέρι μετά το οικογενειακό τραπέζι(ειναι και εθνική εορτή σήμερα).Τώρα που γράφω έχω ήδη φουντώσει το δεύτερο και έχω να πω τούτο:Mareva πρώτης εθνικής.Γλυκιά και ήπια,με τόση σοκολάτα που θυμίζει τα μεγαλύτερα Νο1 και Νο2.Με ελαφρύ ξύλο και κρέμα παντού.Με καύση και τράβηγμα ξύραφι.Παρα πολύ ευχάριστο cigar.Φαίνεται ο χρόνος ήταν καταλύτης και για μένα και για αυτό(θεωρώ οτι πλέον έχω ενα minimum εμπειρίας).Θα πρέπει να αγοράσω κούτα το συντομότερο,για να υπάρχει πάντα μια καβάτζα για γρήγορες φούμες. - Submitted by jorjis on October 28, 2009


Review #227: ---   Unlit, the smell does nothing to indicate what is to come. Has a very light fuzz along the entire wrapper. Good construction overall and fantastic burn; I doubt I could get it to burn unevenly if I tried. The draw was as perfect as I could ever ask for. I have to say, there was only one word to describe the flavour: leather. This was a fine cigar any way you look at it, but I was certainly expecting more complexity than I got. There was no coffee, cocao, woodiness, or any other overtones, subtle or otherwise. Just leather. In some ways, this was disappointing; I was hoping for a longer version of a Monte #5, which by my experience, this is not. I understand this cigars popularity and believe it to be an excellent example of a decent habano. - Submitted by Ned on October 26, 2009


Review #226: --- 08 Smoked two of these from two different boxes of 10, one from 2007, one from 2008 in the past few weeks. Both had pretty poor construction: tight draw, uneven burn, even an exploding wrapper. I was asking for it with the last one, selected it because of its tightly packed appearance. In a Trinidad, this would mean a perfect draw, but in an MC no4, I was waiting for a clenched-cheeks experience. It did not disappoint. After a gentle massage, then a chiropractic adjustment with an east european intensity, i rolled up the sleeves and pulled out a bbq poke. The cheeks unclenched, reluctantly. Leather, oak, a hint of earth, and some chocolate rewarded my relentless efforts - every now and again. Pity about the lopsided burn. Overall, I would not recommend these to anyone unless you can inspect each and every cigar first. Good luck with that... - Submitted by frenchkiwi on October 11, 2009


Review #225: Box date:unknown. My first No.4, I'm guessing this was a relatively fresh cigar so I'm not sure I should rank it. Construction was good, not very oily but still some oil off the wrapper. Had a light brown with a bit of an olive hue. Firm yet soft to the touch. Burn razor sharp however it did go out very often. Again this could be due to the relatively young age of the cigar and nothing more. Ash never had the time to build up really due to this but what I did have was a medium dark grey. Smelled of light cocoa and coffe, typical Monte and a little twangy, almost of hay, perhaps again being a factor. I like a good draw with a little restriction but this had a little more than I liked. The flavours were almost identical to the smells. A great hint of espresso came through occaisonally but not consistently. Thought I had a great aroma of chocolate at one point to my delight but was dissappointed when I realized the Ben & Jerrys across the street was making brownies. All in all a good little cigar. Sadly couldn't finish it, stopped halfway and had to leave for work. I'm giving it a 7.8 with perhaps the potential of an 8.5 with a couple years aging. - Submitted by percussio on September 5, 2009


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