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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 #120: The most sumptuous smell I ever tried on a cigar - pure sweet chocolate. A truly remarkable (and unforgetable) event.the flavours, however, were clearly absent - perhaps too young. For that reason, only a 7; otherwise, this would be a clear 9 !!! - Submitted by Heinrich on August 22, 2016


Review #119: APR 14 Love the vitola for it's compact stature/flavors compared to length of stick. While definitely young (I'm thinking 6-8 years to go), there was one remarkable draw that really spoke to what this could become. Just an overwhelmingly rich dark chocolate waft when I had all about given up on the last 3rd. Flavors are coming along nicely (toast, cocoa, tea, honey, coffee, milk, caramel, vanilla, nuts, leather, cedar). Cocoa, cedar, leather at play for a majority of the first 2 thirds. Construction wise I was smoking the black sheep of my 2 boxes (split foot). Draw was a tad tight. Opened nicely during the latter half. Burned cool. Needed touch ups. Take one for a test drive. Serves a very nice little niche at a convenient price point. - Submitted by Mint on July 9, 2016


Review #118: Very Good. I have another 9 to go and looking forward to them. Almost burnt my fingers trying to get the last bit. - Submitted by dave2001 on July 6, 2016


Review #117: I smoke my first Petit Edmundo 2 weeks ago and ... I bought 3 more of them the next day; totally loved it! As the presentation says, it strongly smells the good tobacco. The draw is sublime, open but not too loose; just perfect. And, of course, the typical Montecristo taste is here. I don't know exactly why, but I prefer this version than the classic Edmundo and the Double Edmundo... Maybe this one is more dynamic and nervous. A great cuban piece, you need one in your humidor. - Submitted by YellowSpeed on December 22, 2015


Review #116: Although they have a very smooth and mild flavour, I got a very fresh box, I have to relight them ever so often and they don't have an even burn, which distracts from savouring them. - Submitted by catrien on December 18, 2015


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