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Montecristo Regata

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Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:135
Format:ForumRing:46
Score:7.7
Presentation:


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Review #8: Thanks to various reviews on this informative site, I reconsidered the effects of draw strength and puffed this dark beauty much softer than usual, which resulted in a fine smoke. At 10euro a stick this is a relative good deal in current market. Excellent, even draw throughout with hints of mint. Looked like the ash would have stayed sturdy to the ring (approximately 70 before I flicked it). Uneven burn heading into the final third, but by then I didn't care, and I often save the ends for later anyway. In further caveman style, as I put the tidbit back in the tube, a little strand of the caramel type wrapper tip looked good enough to chew. Tasted the same way. - Submitted by Stogiemeister on April 9, 2015


Review #7: Good burn, good draw, pleasant medium strong flavour. Easy and fast to smoke at any time of the day. Decently priced in South America. A nice addition to the Montecristo line. - Submitted by Beto on January 3, 2015


Review #6: Really great cigar in a very good price! Very good draw and nice full puffs. Peppery and woody with a complex aftertaste. Its the second box that I have and I really enjoy it! - Submitted by gst on October 19, 2014


Review #5: Good draw. Even burn, mild and tangy almost unpleasant like pennies in your mouth. Usually a cigar gets better in the second half. This was unchangeing. Bitter and unpleaseant aftertaste. A bit of a disappointment given I have only one or two cigars per week and really look forward and relish these occaisons. - Submitted by Sparkplug on April 3, 2014


Review #4: I am a fan of the Montecristo Open line. It is good when they come up with new but quality products. Regatas are one of the best. Balanced flavors with sweet cocoa and leather. Some hints of spice and pepper. Good construction every time. I hope they do not marginalize the consistency as they get popular. I kept some from 2008, have not tried more recent production. - Submitted by dimi681 on September 17, 2013


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