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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

Average user rating

Review #57: This is one of my favorites. I've been a loyal fan of Cohiba Robustos and Siglo 6 for a long time now but this cigar is a real close rival for the number 1 spot in my list. Smooth and distinct with hints of chocolate and cedar, an absolutely wonderful smoke!! - Submitted by gary72ss on February 6, 2006

Review #56: Two reasons for the comments: 1)I was only trying to assure the people who were reviewing the Edmundo as "bland" that they have a legitimate complaint and they do not have a non-genuine cigar as had been suggested to me in one of the reviews. Excuse me for trying to impart a key piece of knowledge into the reviews. If I have offended viewer #55, I'm sorry but I'm a working man who spent two hundred plus dollars on a sub-par smoke and I was PO'd about it. 2)There are still early Edmundos out there and cigar smokers should watch out for them and avoid them if possible. If I have offended anyone else, I apologize. - Submitted by John Smith - NJ on February 4, 2006

Review #55: To reviewer # 54. If you dont have a review, please refrain from comment. I dont need to hear about how you wont spend $$ on a new improved blend if you have not tried the smoke. Some of us log on and go straight to recent reviews. I dont need a rehash of your old review. - Submitted by Esh on February 4, 2006

Review #54: Well, now we read that the initial release of this cigar was considered sub-par so the company changed the mix to add more ligero. That certainly explains the vast difference of opinion on the early reviews of this cigar - mine being, I'm sure one of the first releases. Well, I don't really care to spend another dime on them no matter how good they are now. Of course, if anyone wishes to send me one of the newer sticks, I won't stop you. - Submitted by John Smith - NJ on January 31, 2006

Review #53: I landed some cardborad boxes of this wonderful cigar and they did not last long in my humidor. A fantastic cigar, a classic Monty, and a supremely balanced smoke. Marvelous. - Submitted by pachemar on January 14, 2006

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