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Montecristo Edmundo

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

Average user rating

Review #137: i am a great fan of Montecristo cigars normally and love recent No 2&4s, however i smoked 2 out of a 3 pack of Edmundos and was not impressed.i will leave the third for a couple of years(2007)a Monte i have been impressed by recently is the A.i have a couple of 99 boxes and althogh a bit expensive are worth it.you can get them for approx 9 each in boxes of 25 if you chat up the Swiss dealers - Submitted by paul watson on May 26, 2009

Review #136: I winced at their price, but bought three to store in my humi several months ago and smoked my second of them last night. I was so disappointed in its single-dimension. Construction? Beautiful. Draw? Excellent. Consistency? Unwavering. So much so in fact, that the taste and aromas (from cut, from shoulder, from tip) never changed the entire length of the cigar. What I got was fine, was good, was a one hour smoke. It just did not evolve. I have been smoking Brazilian puros lately and quite honestly, their richness and evolutionary qualities put most Cuban's (with that glorious Cuban price!) to shame, at a third the cost. I hope the final Edmundo I am saving until August does not speak to me in such boring tones. - Submitted by Brasileiro on May 19, 2009

Review #135: DEC 08 Couldn't wait to try one from a box dated Dec 2008. I know it is still a baby but who can resist this thick cigar with oily brown wrapper with a sweet and leathery scent? First one right out of the box didn't impress me so I rested the rest in my humidor for a few weeks. Oh my, after just a few weeks in the humidor this cigar turned into big surprise. It got oily wrapper and the perfect construction to make it a real eye candy. The draw was smooth and burnt OK. Aroma was little mild but for a box of Dec 08 it is pretty good. The sweet leathery monty taste started to kick in after 1st ash and the smooth draw lead the way to a very happy ending. Montecristo's always impressive. - Submitted by im_2_real on May 14, 2009

Review #134: JUN 07 Montecristo Edmundo Tubos (5x3) MAS JUN 07. Over the years, I've gotten many different impressions from Edmundos of different vintages - wrappers varying from claro to colorado maduro to almost rosado in color. Draw from stuffy to perfection. Occasionally a bad burn. But the flavors are always right on target - a toasted, leathery base, suggestions of coffee, nuts, linen; complex wood and earth tones. I'm currently smoking one of the Tubo versions whose very dark reddish brown wrappers add hints of fruit and vanilla to the profile. These have a great draw and an even burn. The strength, medium at the start, grows very full near the end. Not my "everyday" cigar; for me it's an occasional treat to perk up the old taste buds - and one I almost always appreciate. - Submitted by cpubiz on April 19, 2009

Review #133: Great construction and draw with loads of earth, leather, and that salty twang only present in this marca. Less intense than its little brother, but well worth the longer time commitment. - Submitted by jfury76 on March 21, 2009

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