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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 #62: Purchased a box with a mid-year 05 box date, following recent reviews which indicated an improvement in the cigar since its disappointing introduction in 2004. In addition CA gave it a very favorable review in its 2005 recap, with a score of 93. As a veteran of the cuban delight, I can say that this is one of the best cigars in years. Featuring a dark silky wrapper, this medium to full bodied smoke is a pleasure to the eye, touch and feel, featuring a silky wrapper and a wonderful aroma. Classic Monte taste, featuring loads of cedar and spice, toasty and that bittersweet twang. Great format. All in all a great smoke, one that I can highly recommend to the veteran of Habanos. - Submitted by enriquez on April 8, 2006

Review #61: Just smoked the first from the box I received (AGO05). I couldn't wait because of all the hoopla I have been reading. I was unimpressed. The stick was somewhat tight with little smoke. The flavor may have been effected by the Kentucky Burbon I was drinking - presently out of single malt. Will let sit in the humidor for a bit longer and try again. - Submitted by tolije on April 7, 2006

Review #60: whoa whoa, i bought box of these back in nov, after a couple months in the humidor, wow. these turned out to be amazing. all my friends keep asking me to trade for them. maybe some of you guys got some fakes, i got mine from cuba. thses cigars taste great from start to finish - Submitted by MR_MINIWHEAT on March 10, 2006

Review #59: A very refined cigar with loads of cedar medium body, a great burn and a silky wrapper. Seems mature right now even though the box date is from O5. - Submitted by jimcanada on March 9, 2006

Review #58: Tried my first Edmundo last week from a box with a date of Aug. 05. Not a bad cigar. Great apperance, very good burn and aroma. I didn't find it at all lacking in flavor as some have indicated but I do feel it will benefit from time in the humidor. Already well balanced it is sure to improve into an exceptional cigar. - Submitted by tomvon on February 19, 2006

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