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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 #82: (April 2006) Aesthetically, a beautiful cigar. Excellent burn throughout, which is not typical of the montecristo brand. An earthy first third gives way to leather notes, and then the classic montecristo taste takes off. An intense denoument unfortunately falls short at the end, but still an extremely satisfying habano. Excellent draw throughout. - Submitted by paddyross1 on January 11, 2007

Review #81: I have smoked a few of both the wooden and the paper box versions and found that they are quite far apart. The wooden box version is much darker with more complex flavour - a magical cigar- for which I have scored. Its brother, on the other hand, is light and bland. I would recommend investing in a wooden box version. - Submitted by worjor on December 18, 2006

Review #80: This is yet another cigar that Habanos SA seems to be rushing to market. I have several boxes of Edmundos with boxcodes from 2004 and these were very unbalanced when first purchased. After smoking about three of them I buried these boxes in the back of the humidor and recently started smoking them and they are amazing considering what they were once like. They have developed very nice honey and vanilla notes on a cedary and leathery core. After discovering how nicely they matured I just purchased two more boxes to bury in the humidor while I smoke the other two boxes. - Submitted by Monkeyboy on November 23, 2006

Review #79: Bought a 15 back of these and have smoked two so far. Not as strong as I was expecting, but definitely not weak either. Instead it was deliciously sophisticated and smooth. Flavours ranged from cedar and cream to vanilla and an almond like after taste. The draw was just right and it burned straight. If you consider the price, it was an unbelievable smoke and I highly recommend it to anyone with a decent palate. - Submitted by shunter35 on October 28, 2006

Review #78: I bought a box of 15 which is made up of five three packs. This cigar when it draws is good. Not great. It lacks the power I was expecting from a fat Monte. It is a good tasting cigar but I'm giving it a lower score due to the difficult draw with 2/3 of the sticks. - Submitted by mrniceguy on October 12, 2006

This cigar spans 38 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 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

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