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Montecristo Edmundo

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<< EagleEdmundo Dantes El Conde 109 >>

Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:15 gr.Score:8.2
Presentation: Semi Boite Nature of 25 cigars

Montecristo Edmundo Review:

Named after Edmundo Dantes, hero of Alexandro Dumas' famous novel "The Count of Montecristo", the Edmundo is the first size to be added to Montecristo's standard range since 1971.
It is the second new 52 ring gauge, parejo size to be introduced by Habanos, SA within a year.
All Edmundos are tripa larga, totalmente a mano - long filler, totally hand made using medium to full-bodied blend of Vuelta Abajo Tobaccos that deliver the classic, bitter-sweet, tangy flavour that has made Montecristo the world's most popular Havana cigar brand.

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Review #187: --- 19 With 3 years old, this beaty was a top elegant cigar, with a refined complexity of flavours. Great aroma as well. Only complaint was the slightly irregular burn; nothing serious, nonetheless. - Submitted by Heinrich on June 5, 2022

Review #186: APR 16 As promised, this is my second report about this cigar rolled out of El Laguito factory. From the appearance, it is not an oily nor dark cigar. However, the sheen on the wrapper makes it very appealing. The aroma of the cigar at cold is enchanting. It makes me really want to set the time aside for this to sit down and enjoy the journey. Edmundo is not a big cigar compare to what is currently trending in the market. But the weight is there, which means it is packed with lots of tobacco. At cold draw, I tasted ripe plum, which coincides with what Min Ron Nee described as the pleasant “tangy” flavor, the main characteristic of Montecristo. After carefully lighting it up, I was pleasantly surprised by my first draw. I instantly noticed this cigar has mellowed out over the past few years in my humidor. The draw was excellent, lots of smoke coating my mouth, meaning very good construction. Despite the medium tobacco taste, this Edmundo was rich in cocoa and coffee bean flavors. Entering the mid-point, aside from the roasted nuts and beans flavors, the intensity picked up, which was an exact opposite experience compared to my previous review. I am starting to feel these still have plenty of legs to further developed to reach its maximum potential. Towards the end of the journey, I noticed slight bitter earthy tone and saltiness, which coexisted with the leathery scent. It is a remarkable cigar at the moment and could be absolutely brilliant in due course. I am going to give this 94 points, as I firmly believe a few more years in the humidor will serve it well. - Submitted by x-man on March 1, 2020

Review #185: These aren’t nearly as good as the No.2 in my opinion but this is a first class cigar. The no2 and no4 have an old leathery earth like nuance that lingers in the back that the Edmundo doesn’t have. I love that flavor though!! Anyway the Edmundo is really nutty, dry, earthy, and has an intoxicating aroma. Well done Montecristo. I can’t see myself buying a box of Edmundo only because I’m not a fan of the size and ring gauge, but it is an excellent smoke. - Submitted by KingPartagas on June 15, 2019

Review #184: AUG 18 Initial flavors of smooth leather, nuts, and faint dried fruit. Nice medium bodied smoke, a little tight on the draw, but not to a frustrating level. Nutty and woody flavors, chewy "caramelly" smoke. Classy and creamy smoke and aromas, light to medium bodied so far, After the first inch or two the flavors pick up ever so slightly, but remain relatively light and consistent with leather, nuts, wood and hints of CoCo. Very smooth and subtle flavors, but nothing about it gives me a WOW effect like a Cohiba or Hoyo de Monterrey stogie. The last third picks up a tiny hint of spice, but the cigar flavors are incredibly stable throughout although I do like the flavor of the last 3rd of this cigar more than the 1st or 2nd thirds which is a first. I do like how the last nub doesn't become too strong or overpowering in flavor, very smooth smoke from start to finish. Overall 8/10, solid smoke with nice flavors that aren't typical of Cuban cigars. - Submitted by smitte3 on June 6, 2019

Review #183: ---   Nothing else to say. Aromatic and excellent cigar, bravo Montecristo! MAR 2016 - Submitted by kml on November 29, 2017

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