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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 #5: Only tried one so far,extremely surprised at how great it was - have smoked several edmundo's which were mainly v.good and this was better. 1st class - will get a box for sure. Reminded me of the Cohiba Robustos from years ago when they were excellent; not the same flavour but similar in feel, texture just a little milder in flavour and aroma. Quite typical Monte flavours but superior tobacco to the Montes I generally smoke these days. - Submitted by ian on January 25, 2007


Review #4: I agree that these are good ROTT. Mine were very fresh and wet, and still delivers an array of tasty flavors. Started off with hints of herbs and light coffee and moved into a fruity/tea quality. The finale was stronger with spicier elements. I have only smoked one so far, and have 9 aging. - Submitted by planetbetter on January 18, 2007


Review #3: FOrget waiting a year or two.....That is why I bought numerous boxes. They are good to go. Compared to a good #4. As always, the smaller the cigar, the more flavor there is. - Submitted by habanohal on January 4, 2007


Review #2: A very strong cigar,good flavour and burn.They are young and, need a long rest in the humi,I will see how they smoke a year from now. All thing,s considered a good buy. - Submitted by Alex on December 30, 2006


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