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Montecristo Petit Edmundo

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:110
Format:Petit EdmundoRing:52
Score:7.8
Presentation: ??


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Review #40: This cigar is a classic in the making. I love the petite and the full size Edmundos. This cigar blows away a Hoyo short robusto. Don't get me wrong I do like the Hoyo Short but for my personal taste this cigar is superior. Also I find it last a good amount of time due to the 52 ring gauge. This cigar is fairly full bodied but smooth as a baby's skin. The flavor starts of with wood and coffee and moves into a very Montecristo bitter sweet chocolate with that lovely salty tang that is Montecristo. The final picks up considerable amount of spice and finishes very strong. I just got a box TEB OCT 07 and yummy! The wrappers very dark, oils abound and awesome construction. These cigars are so packed with tobacco but always have a great draw. I have had several boxes so far and they can range from supple lighter wrappers these tend to have a more ceder and sweet profile to them and the ones with a hearty very dark wrapper those tend to bring out more bittersweet chocolate and spice. I love them all. And the aroma for every Petite and full sized Edmundos are about as good as can be. WHAT WILL THESE BE LIKE IN 3-5 Years all I can say is HOLY @#$% !!! Cant wait!!! - Submitted by sticksmoker on February 1, 2008


Review #39: You look at these little guys and think "what can this deliver?" A LOT! The regular Edmundos are superb.....these little brothers are right along with them. A heady, full flavored smoke. Not for the faint of heart. These little guys pack a wallop.Surly destined to become a classic. - Submitted by jlcccm on January 23, 2008


Review #38: Maybe itís not fair to put a review after smoking only few of them but Iím not sure that I will purchase a box in near future. Construction was rather good, little under filled. In the beginning there was strong presence of grassy flavors with white pepper, so typical for younger cigars. About the halfway I detected weak coffee and finish became noticeable dry. Most of the time remained unbalanced and one dimensional. I canít say that Iím impressed. Compared with bigger brother Edmundo IMO this is weaker part of the family. But with additional aging probably this could be different cigar. - Submitted by Diademo on January 17, 2008


Review #37: Fabulous smoke!So rich, full and tasty, it's hard to believe...Full flavoured, yet extra smooth, with tons of chocolate, tobacco, moka flavours... The absolute best to come out of Cuba in the last 12 to 18 months...Sensational! - Submitted by Smokin' Phil on January 16, 2008


Review #36: Well now haw smoked more of these-i must say i was wrong more time resting has really brought out the taste-yes this is a good smoke-as least as good as a #2-please try but let them rest some - Submitted by SPENC708 on December 5, 2007


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