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Montecristo Montecristo Tubos

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<< Montecristo No. 7Petit Edmundo >>

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 #23: Very rich and typical Montecristo flavor, with a great draw after about a month in the humidor. Towards the end of the middle third, the burn became very uneven, but this was remedied fairly easily with my trusty butane lighter. Overall, very nice, medium-full bodied smoke. - Submitted by mikis318 on August 12, 2006


Review #22: Rich, Dark flavour. Very tightly rolled, and the ash tended to stick to the wrapper unless rubbed slightly into the ashtray, which led it to go out twice, but was easily relighted. Unlike the RyJ makes, the smoke put off my non-smoking friends (who love cigar smoke), perhaps when one thinks about it, it was a bit tabaccoey after the first half, but not a bad smoke. - Submitted by jonobeagle on March 8, 2006


Review #21: This was an old one from a friend who was having a house clear out. Seemed to be fairly old as it had a cork seal on the aluminium tube and the white bits of the old-style MC band stained by the tobacco oils. After a month of TLC (outside the tubo) in my humidor I sparked it up and was very dissappointed to find it was very tight, accrid and tobaccoey - just too strong. After about 5 mins of nursing and cursing a minor miracle occured! The cigar warmed up and the cuban flavour was suddenly flooding out, wood and leather and in abundance too. Easy draw and clouds of robust smoke - more Montecristo heaven! It's a fantastic smoke and i was gutted to finally burn my fingers on the rapidly shortening nub.... After the initial concerns it gave a perfectly straight burn and a finish that lingers on and on. Lasted about 80 minutes. Recommended for those long winter nights in front of the tee vee... - Submitted by XBO on February 24, 2006


Review #20: Clasic Monte flavor , but not as strong or flavorful as the #1 #2 #3 or #4. WIll give them time to merry, but could also be the tube - Submitted by habanohal on January 11, 2006


Review #19: Without any doubt the best tube cigar of the market. All time classic. Suitable for new cigar-smokers as well. - Submitted by Vassilis on November 28, 2005


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