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Montecristo Montecristo No. 5

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:102
Format:PerlaRing:42
Weight:5,91 gr.Score:8.0
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Montecristo Montecristo No. 5 Review:

Gauge 40 and only 102mm length. One of Montecristo smallest cigars, but anyway good thickness. This cigar has all the virtues of the Cuban brand, being a real aperitif, like a Dry Martini if we were talking about drinks.

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Review #109: OCT 13 LAR OCT 13 - Smoked entire box - very good overall. Medium-dark wrapper, medium wrapper thickness. Classic Monte bean flavors with tangy citrus overtones. Medium plus strength. Good examples of Monte 5. Solid 92 points--could be 93+ if the Perla size didn't hamper it and the burning and construction were a bit sharper throughout. Not a dud in the box. Some 93, some 91. Monte has been consistent for quite a few years. No hesitation buying any Montes 2010-2015. - Submitted by nsxcigar on April 9, 2016


Review #108: OCT 14 I recently got back into smoking the occasional cigar and went through four different brands in quick succession, all moderately low-price, in order to see if I could ascertain where my tastes lay. This was the most recent, and by far the best. Enjoyed with a small glass of Bowmore, draw not too tight nor too loose. Slight sour notes in the flavour that I hadn't tasted in any other cigars (almost like cider) but that were pleasant. - Submitted by simonm223 on August 11, 2015


Review #107: OCT 09 A wonderful cigar that is a top choice in the perla/small cigar realm. Flavors always have cocoa, mocha, can vary from light to dark chocolate taste. Espresso flavors as well. I find these are best with at least 3 years of age. This is my most-smoked cigar and if was shipwrecked and could choose an endless supply of one cigar, this would be it. - Submitted by Professor Twain on February 6, 2015


Review #106: --- 09 A great smoke indeed, especially for the price. Mine was a 09 box so 5 years ageing has worked wonders. - Submitted by CigarMalaysia on December 20, 2014


Review #105: OCT 14 Very good cigar. Spicy, aromatic and still smooth to smoke. I recommend it. - Submitted by kikkeliki on October 8, 2014


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