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Montecristo Sublimes LE 2008

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Presentation: Semi Boite Natures boxes comprising 10 units

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Review #83: FEB 08 couldn't wait - had to smoke another one. These things just get better and better. 10 out of 10 from me. Down to just 37 of them now - heartbreaking... - Submitted by baobab on June 9, 2010

Review #82: SEP 08 The cigar looks great with a dark, colorado scuro wrapper, no veins. Construction is very good, solid, no soft spots. Pre-lighting draw is good, after lighting the draw becomes easier and a good quantity of smoke comes out. The first third is fairly mild to become more medium bodied as the cigar is smoked until the end where it is definitely medium. Overall, the cigar is smooth; at first it is woody with little montecristo spices. Progression is very good: as the cigar is smoked, flavors become more pronounced and evolve to dark chocolate towards the last third. - Submitted by bertolia on March 31, 2010

Review #81: DEC 08 Cool! I dont know how will they develop in few years,but now they are just fantastic! I wish if they gain some strenght in time,that would be great. For sure this is the one of which you buy a box and put it a side,no doubt. I think that true aficionados share the same taste more less and you can see that by the rates of some cigars.If it is good we all like and if it is bad bad we all lake it a bit less. The only one that skips this rule is the siglo 6. Another 10 for this one. Well,see you on other reviews. - Submitted by ilijat on March 20, 2010

Review #80: FEB 08 Ilijat my friend - we like the same cigars! I have managed to get 4 boxes of these and I treasure them. What a fantastic smoke - can't wait to compare notes in 5 years' time. Bon fumar!!! - Submitted by baobab on March 18, 2010

Review #79: ---   Partagas' Lusi title as King of cigars is getting a serious run for its money. Montecristo's Sublime LE2008 is simply the best cigar I have ever tasted. Desperately looking for more before they disappear. - Submitted by charliee33 on March 17, 2010

This cigar spans 28 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 [12] 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

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