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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 #50: i just smoked my first P.E. and i must say the construction was perfect but I found it to be a very peppery spicy cigar and the choc and earthy overtones eluded my palate but I will put this down to the youth of the cigar I have purchased a box but i will age them in my humidor for at least a year ,the next one i smoke hopefully will be better i found the flavour to be fairly one dimensional..but none the less i will persist...i normally smoke MC#2 and i also prefer the pyramid cap I find it more comfortable in the mouth..for all of the reviews I have read here and all the authors that have enjoyed this cigar I am envious..hopefully I will experience the same euphoria when i smoke my next one..until then Ill stick to my MC#2s - Submitted by godfather on May 2, 2008

Review #49: Nice looking cigar with a bit oily wrapper. Taste is not so complex as in Edmundo, but it is not boring either. Because the cigar I smoked was pretty young you can taste little green flavor in it. I belive these cigars are getting better with aging them couple of years. 100% Montecristo no doupt about that. - Submitted by TonyMontana on April 28, 2008

Review #48: Full flavored and a great experience. Nice even burn with lots of smoke and a great ash! Started off medium bodied (on the light side) with a bit of citrus. About a third of the way, the profile changed to medium with some spice and just a hint of citrus. For the last third, lots of pepper and a full body. Took about 35 to 40 minutes. Highly recommended - Submitted by dabigdog on April 28, 2008

Review #47: Anyone list Montecristo PUritos? - Submitted by vontrapper on March 27, 2008

Review #46: enjoyed one of these the other night. draw was fantastic - lots of smoke. i puff pretty regularly on cigars and this one lasted over an hour, very impressive. really smooth flavour, no harshness - except when i drew too often one after another which is my own fault! burn was excellent, any time it became uneven it corrected itself quite quickly to burn straight. Absolutley loved it, definitely must get some more! - Submitted by figs86 on March 17, 2008

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