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Montecristo Petit Edmundo

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Petit EdmundoRing:52
Presentation: ??

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Review #80: MAR   This is a wonderful smoke - The PE has a lovely, solid construction and the wrapper is smooth and unblemished. Easily lit, unctuous lumps of smoke come off it. Starts with gorgeously smooth coffee cream ad chocolate flavours, and quickly develops (due to it's short length) into cedar and burnt lemon. Finishes with a nice peppery spice. Only had to re-touch the end twice. This is such a satisfying smoke, and doesn't take up too much of your time. One of my top 3 cigars. The example I smoked is only 7 months old, wonder what they'll taste like with a bit of aging? Anyone want to lend me a time machine? - Submitted by slarn on November 8, 2009

Review #79: ---   Had one last night. Bloody hell they're inconsistent! One of the blandest Habanos I've smoked for ages. No flavour or aroma to speak of except for harsh tobacco. The roll was actually quite firm (uncharacteristic for this cigar), however the freaking wrapper wouldn't stay lit not matter what I tried! Humi is constantly at 62% so that can't be the problem. Got me thinking - perhaps that's why the Monte PE is usually so loose - to keep the damn thing burning. Horrible cigar. - Submitted by Kangaroo495 on October 8, 2009

Review #78: just finished a box of Petit Edmundo, trying to catch up with its big brother (Edmundo). Excellent taste and armoa as long as the user aged the Cigar personally, usually its dried when i opened few boxes and has a light leaf color, but if the user managed it well... will never get enough of it - Submitted by bnmutlaq on August 25, 2009

Review #77: Thoroughly enjoyed this cigar. Appeared to have great construction, and the pre-light smell was fantastic. Taste was typical Montecristo which I love. There was no harshness in the smoke. It took to around 1.5 hours to smoke. I needed to take my time, as it's a really strong cigar. If it burned consistently, I'd have given it a 10. - Submitted by Kangaroo495 on July 9, 2009

Review #76: Smoked a few of these over the past couple of years. Okay, but not overly impressed. Expected better the first time I tried one. Good draw and construction. Okay taste but one dimensional. Some touch-ups to the burn. I prefer it's big brother. - Submitted by Art Vandelay on June 19, 2009

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