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Montecristo Montecristo Tubos

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Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:155
Format:Corona GrandeRing:42
Weight:10,14 gr.Score:8.1
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


Average user rating


Review #33: The construction was not as perfect as I would have imagined a Monty to be, with a couple of 'spots' on the wrapper. It was, however, a beautiful smoke with lots of consistent flavour and made a good amount of smoke throughout. Perfect draw. Hard to comment on the burn because I was outside in a summer breeze so it was a little uneven at times, though it corrected itself quite quickly when rotated. Looking forward to buying more. - Submitted by andrewshere on June 27, 2008


Review #32: Excellent construction, really smooth throughout with an open draw. I bought my box of tubes in the Shenzhen Luo Hu Railway station walking back to China from Hong Kong and I can only imagine how long they'd been sitting there. My only complaint--and its not really a complaint--is that the Tubos doesn't have nearly as much character as you expect from a Monte. The No. 5 has a much less even burn and questionable construction (by comparison), but a tremendous amount of character compared to the Tubos. - Submitted by averyfisher on June 7, 2008


Review #31: Wonderful cigar, 6 months in my humi. Perfect construction, perfect draw. The flavor was rich; amazing evolution troughout the lenght of the stick, "fireworks" during the last third. Will buy many more! - Submitted by antani on June 3, 2008


Review #30: Loved it, this essentially is the cigar which got me truly appreciating cigars. I have smoked a few since and they never let me down. - Submitted by sebastiology on January 31, 2008


Review #29: Beautiful taste with these ones, the only problem with these cigars is that so many of them have tight draws. From my experience with montecristos, this one doesn't have the usual taste we would associate with the brand. Overall a nice cigar as long as the draw isn't tight. - Submitted by Gillette on September 14, 2007


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