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Montecristo Petit Edmundo

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Petit EdmundoRing:52
Presentation: ??

Average user rating

Review #20: To #19... it is the EXACT same blend as the Edmundo. Maybe better flavor for burning hotter for being a bit shorter - Submitted by habanohal on May 2, 2007

Review #19: I really enjoyed this puro. I think it has more character and stronger flaver than the regular Montecristo Edmundo. It took me around 30 minutes to smoke this short fat cigar. Its a good size for me because at times I dont have much time to smoke for a 1hr 1/2. Spicy full flaver not to bold but just right. Im buying a box as soon as possible. Highly recommended. - Submitted by puros71 on May 1, 2007

Review #18: A good cigar, thoroughly Montecristo both in flavour and strenght, with just a slight astringent taste probably due to the young age. The draw was one of the easiest I've ever found, while the burning was a little uneven,I think for a little faultt in the construction. Although its "natural rival" should be the HdM Petit Robusto, I find them so different a paragon will be very hard: while the HdM is fresh, sweet at the beginning and peppery later, this stick is spicy, woodsy and earthy from head to toe. Two worlds apart and two different target too, but both truly enjoyable. - Submitted by sasha on April 19, 2007

Review #17: I actually like this cigar very much. Much better than the HdM pet robusto. Loads of flavor for such a young fella. - Submitted by Cohiba007 on April 18, 2007

Review #16: Try it without care of the size. You will discover the best one on he's ransom - Submitted by spawn on April 2, 2007

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