HomeHistory Of CigarsCigars GuideBy SizeTop RatedAdvertisingAbout Us

 By Brands:
Belinda Cigars
Bolivar Cigars
Cabanas Cigars
Cifuentes Cigars
Cohiba Cigars
Cuaba Cigars
Davidoff Cigars
Diplomaticos Cigars
Dunhill Cigars
El Rey del Mundo Cigars
Fonseca Cigars
Gispert Cigars
Guantanamera Cigars
H. Upmann Cigars
Hoyo de Monterrey Cigars
Jose L. Piedra Cigars
Juan Lopez Cigars
La Corona Cigars
La Escepcion Cigars
La Flor de Cano Cigars
La Flor del Caney Cigars
La Gloria Cubana Cigars
Los Statos de Luxe Cigars
Maria Guerrero Cigars
Montecristo Cigars
Partagas Cigars
Por Larranaga Cigars
Punch Cigars
Quai d'Orsay Cigars
Quintero y Hno. Cigars
Rafael Gonzalez M. Cigars
Ramon Allones Cigars
Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Saint Luis Rey Cigars
San Cristobal de La H. Cigars
Sancho Panza Cigars
Siboney Cigars
Trinidad Cigars
Troya Cigars
Vegas Robaina Cigars
Vegueros Cigars

Montecristo Edmundo

View all Edmundo Cigars    

<< 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 #47: This cigar is indeed going to become a classic. In my opinion, it is one of the best (if not the best) new cigars produced in habana. As previously noted, when over 6 months old it smokes wonderfully well, perfect burn, lots of smoke in every puff. Its never a strong cigar, but surely very flavourfull, with a distinctive Montecristo caracter. It is far more complex than other cigars from the same marca (maybe a little more than the no. 2). Pure habanos heaven. - Submitted by Estrella on September 16, 2005

Review #46: I am sorry but the last review really doesn\'t sound like a genuine Edmundo to me, the quote \"it was like smoking air with tobacco flavour\"? Mild?? No finish??? The Monte Edmundo is supremely rich and full flavoured with mouthfuls of creamy, tangy smoke. Complexity is wonderful after 6 months plus of rest: Lot\'s of chocolate, vanillas, beans and vegetal with classic Monte bitter sweet tang, and plenty of it! Smokes to the nub well and gives a medium to long, rich finish. Can be a little salty and poor burn if not left to rest for at least 6 months, but I found these mature quickly, though mine are kept in my walk-in. Very very tasty! - Submitted by MeGustaLosHabanos on August 6, 2005

Review #45: I reviewed this last year and I couldn\'t smoke it because it was so new. It was boxed in early 2004. After a year I figured I\'d give it another try. Certainly quite a change from last year (as would be expected). It\'s still too young to smoke (harsh beginning) but it\'s settled down into a soft, very mild cigar with subtle complexity and a light nut character. The burn and draw were perfect and it was a pleasant cigar but by no means a great cigar nor do I think it will ever reach that stature. The main problem for me was the total lack of a finish. It was like smoking air with tobacco flavor. I\'ve smoked some marvelous Montes but this wasn\'t one of them. Pretty much a disappointment for a much ballyhooed Montecristo. - Submitted by John Smith - NJ on August 6, 2005

Review #44: Oooh now yes, I reviewed my first experience of these a while ago but browsing the humidor in my tobacconist last week I spotted their latest box of Edmundos and they just had that delicious look....you know when you can just tel it will be a great smoke from the look, feel and aroma? So I bought a couple more and wow! Still a slight amonia taste around the first inch or so but negligable, as this will go with little time and didn\'t spoil my enjoyment. Spicey to the nose, which I countered with a nice fruity red wine, rich and creamy, tangy, vegetal, cocoa, coffee beans, vanilla, easy draw and fantastic burn! One of those cigars you burn your fingers on then feel like licking your fingers afterwards! Incredibly wonderful, goint to buy alot more and store them a few months (to begin with). ;o) - Submitted by A. Dyer on June 7, 2005

Review #43: Smokes as all young cigars, the Edmundo size is a slendid addition. Commendable draw and burn. Taste lingers between light toasted nuts with a tinge of fruitiness. Easy and medium light, a beginner can enjoy the Edmundo. Complexity is hardly present other than the degree of bitterness which is more prominent towards to end. Perhaps a year of waiting would be recommended. - Submitted by Duncan on June 2, 2005

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

» Add a new review for Montecristo Edmundo

Due to abuse of our review system by a small minority of internet users, we have decided to require reviewers to signup to our site before they may post a review. Signup is free, and all we require is a valid e-mail address. Please note we will not pass your e-mail on to any third party.

(Click here to Register or Login)


Montecristo Edmundo

 RSS Latest Reviews