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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 #68: It's been 2 hours or so since I walk into my pad after a trip to Varadero. Felt I need to file my little report right away. I tried as many singles as I could get my hand on and without a doubt, this IS the best cigar currently available. Everything about it is first class. Makes me wonder if they could make a better stick. Here's the kicker. They are not available at the Varadero airport. I waited to do my smokes there and my, am I dissappointed. So if you shopping for smokes in the V. and you like the MS. buy them before you leave. Happy smoking. - Submitted by teledog on August 15, 2009

Review #67: OCT 08 couldn't agree more #64: one bad stogie does not a bad bo xmake. Artisanal products vary from time to time - it's part of the joy of having them. After years of stogie-mania, I'm a quick convert to the sultry charms of the Sublime. Smoking one outside the cafe I own the other day, two or three people remarked on how good the aroma was. Have managed to get three boxes so far, and am doing my damndest to get more. In a few years' time, this is going to be one hell of a way to spend two hours in heaven... - Submitted by baobab on August 9, 2009

Review #66: i owned 7 boxes of sublime 2008 and plan to have more. the only reason of my collection is : it is a real materpiece. last vitola of sublime's launch was coliba LE 2004. this monte LE 2008 will definitely be a rare & precious item few years later. so to review #55, i totally have much reservation on your review unless you had smoked a "fake" one or u didn't age properly. - Submitted by ericryan on August 3, 2009

Review #65: bought a box immediately when these were released and put them to rest in the humidor planning on not touching them for at least 3 years but friends have told me even young this is one of the best cigars they have ever smoked so i felt compelled to crack the box..i now know why this cigar is so hyped up by those who have smoked it...ideal construction, the wrapper feels like velvet with a perfect cap..an effortless draw supplying copious amounts of smoke..the ash looked like powder and the aroma was even complimented by my girlfriend who hates cigars...the flavor was young but excellent..chocolate and coffee notes complimented the typical montecristo earthy character..i cannot wait to taste these after a few more years of box age, and i will be obtaining another box for a long term aging...93 out of 100 with much potential to become the best cigar i have ever had..much better than any of the EL's i have smoked in the past few years - Submitted by sause2112 on July 30, 2009

Review #64: DEC 08 I've smoked three of these from my box of 10. Two of them were everything their cracked up to be. Wonderful in every way. I do have to say that the second one of these three sticks had issues. It was very loose and I finished it in less than a hour? The other two took all of two hours. Here's the really strange part. It was so sweet that it was bad. I don't mean alittle. Almost like I had that "special" part of the blend all in one cigar? I know this sounds strange, but I'm a seasoned veteran and yes mine are authentic. This stick was like candy, but not in a good way. #55 could have gotten something strange. That being said, this is a fantastic smoke. One "off" stick is not indicative of the whole box. I have already purchased more and I highly recommend these. I will finish my open box and look happily toward the "aged" future! - Submitted by chiller on July 24, 2009

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