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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 #52: This cigar is excellent. During a 3 month stay in London last year, I must have smoked ten to twelve of them. A beautifully crafted cigar with a thicker gauge. I bought nearly everyone at Davidoff's in London which is very reputable for keeping cigars in the most excellent condition. I recally how evenly, smoothly, and perfectly the cigar burns. Not harsh AT ALL. Somewhat mild, yet distinctly Cuban (this doesn't mean to take away from the strength of the cigar - which it has). I fell in love with many Cubans there (American, had to get acquainted) - the Edmundo is without a doubt in my top two or three. - Submitted by Aficianado on December 28, 2005

Review #51: I thought it couldn't get any better than a Monte #2 but then Edmundo came around. Packed solid a a rock with a perfect draw. Just finishing my first box and after a year I can say that they didn't need a day of aging. They have been perfect fromtthe first to the last. My only regret is that after 90 minutes i am still looking for more! - Submitted by nebuilder on December 18, 2005

Review #50: This is a very good cigar. The burn was pretty good. The flavor was consistent and pleasant. A good evening bedtime smoke. - Submitted by hoyoman on December 14, 2005

Review #49: What a stunner. Now I sell Cuban cigars and I have smoked alot in my time. But this cigar has to be the best Cuban I have smoked in years (since the Davidoff Dom Perignon). It lights beautifully, the aroma is delightful, hints of cedar and red wine, the taste is to die for, an absolute stunner, cannot reccommend more. - Submitted by quality-cubans on December 12, 2005

Review #48: Have had a few of these in my box for about six months and finally smoked one this weekend. What a beautiful cigar! Wrapper absolutely silky. Construction was near perfect. Prelight draw was smooth with indications of cream and spice to come. Burn was very even. Draw started somewhat firm, but soon relaxed to easy, but not loose. Taste was magnificiant from the beginning with the typical Montecristo bitterness. Plenty of creamy, spicy smoke and a taste that became more and more intense, but never was harsh or overpowering. An absolute winner and an hour and 45 minutes well spent. - Submitted by McSmoke on September 19, 2005

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