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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 #65: Last from a batch of 3 bought when the cigar came out, about 2 years ago... The first one just blew me away, just like the second one and while this one was very very good, it seems to me that it lacked the pure power the first 2 had and that made them so mind blowing. Good, classic Cuban tobacco caracteristics : leather, earth... I guess the extra aging just shaved that extra power off where I was still expecting it.. Still one of the greatest Cubans available on the market today... - Submitted by Smokin' Phil on January 23, 2009

Review #64: SEP 00 I was a little skeptical about this cigar at first. I felt it was going to be way over-rated but it wasn't at all. I admit still I think every Montecristo tastes the same but this is a level up from any other Monte that I have tried. It had a very earthy and that classic Habanos taste. I give it a 90% in the Robusto category. I admit still I am a Hoyo fan for life but if they don't have them in stock I would pick this up along with an H.Upmann before anything else. A great 1 1/2 hour burning cigar! - Submitted by Cuba_Raff on November 17, 2008

Review #63: MAR 08 Αυτό το sexy format, όσο πάει γίνεται και καλύτερο. Ο μικρός Edmundo ενηλικιώθηκε και κερδίζει επάξια μια σημαντική θέση στο κόλπο. Μερικοί λένε πως είναι μέσα στα πέντε "καλύτερα" της σημερινής κουβανέζικης παραγωγής (οι πωλήσεις του έχουν αλματωδώς αυξηθεί). Γευστικά φτιάχνει σιγά-σιγά ένα προφίλ που "τσιμπάει" κάτι παραπάνω από ένα κλασσικό Montecristo. 110 mm ηγεμονικής απόλαυσης από κάτι πιο βαθύ και περίπλοκο σε βελούδινο φόντο. - Submitted by cipu on October 16, 2008

Review #62: DEC 07 Nice burn but not much in the way of flavor it is just too light and flat to me. - Submitted by falcodoug on October 9, 2008

Review #61: Burned this yesterday. Awesome Cigar. Taste great. First I drank a cup of chinese tea with these and found it was too bitter. So I changed my drink to BEER .. haha .. the taste had balanced up and I'm gettin chill. The was fine until it almost reach to the end, it always go off. Overall it was a good Cigar for 2 hours smoked. Recommended ! - Submitted by jimmy81 on August 29, 2008

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