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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: ??


Average user rating


Review #25: There's no doubt this cigar has flavour. However, the flavours aren't what I tend to look for in a cigar. ...very salty and a real Cuban terroir taste. I'm going to let these sit for quite a while. While some reviewers found it balanced, I found it extremely one-dimensional. This should mellow out and find its flavours in a few years. For now...a bit disappointing. - Submitted by cookj1 on June 3, 2007


Review #24: Part of my regular rotation now. Truly a Montecristo from the first puff. All the Montecristo properties and nuances. Its great now and will only get better with age. I reach for this cigar when I want a short, smoke with flavor. - Submitted by donk93953 on May 24, 2007


Review #23: Wow! This is an amazing smoke! Of course, it's still young, but it is thoroughly enjoyable now as well... Full of classic Cuban flavours, sweaty leather, spices, damp earth...Can't wait to age a few to see wht this turns out to be like in like 5 years... Awesome stick, especially at 7,5 euros here in Spain! - Submitted by Smokin' Phil on May 9, 2007


Review #22: I just tried some of these "small bombs" and I must say that is a very good cigar. I put it over petit robusto hdm. - Submitted by spawn on May 4, 2007


Review #21: Smoked 3 over the weekend. I have to tell you this is one of Monte's best. The draw is fantastic. This petit sized Edmundo is extremely well balanced and has some fantastic spice and leather with coffee notes apparant throughout. Great cool and even burn, also easy draw which delivers a classic Montecristo cigar. A shorter cigar for time constraints, as good as the Edmundo. A great idea put into action by Cuba. 5 stars! I have bought 3 boxes of these babies! - Submitted by halithug on May 2, 2007


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