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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 #42: Wonderful apperance and the typical Monte smell that brings tears to my eyes. A young cigar that will reach top score with proper ageing. Perfect burn and draw, typical Monte taste, stronger than most Monte 2 I have smoked. A cigar that bring a smile to my lips when thinking about it. I was qurious about the supremasy of cuban cigars and bought a Davidoff Special R robusto to compare with the Edmundo. Davidoff should be the best outside Cuba, but the Edmundo totally blew the Davidoff back to Dom.rep. I will never spoil my money on a cigar from outside Cubas Vuelta Abajo region again! - Submitted by a.martinsen on June 1, 2005

Review #41: Finally, these long awaited cigars reached my country, so I could smoke and, eventually, review them. IMHO, the \"Edmundos\" are one of the best cigars in the last 10 years. I\'ve noticed that early reviews were unconvinced. The time spent in the humidors masssively improved the features of these pure gems. The draw is excellent, the burn has some small flaws (nothing embarassing, though), the construction is good, with a beautiful wrapper. But the taste and flavors were awesome! The first half was smooth and creamy, the second delivered the real Monte marks: leather, wood, beans... It provided me & my friends an hour and a half of intense pleasure. Good afertaste, too. - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on May 29, 2005

Review #40: Factory code: AIS Date: May \'04 I am a Monte fan and these were everything I had hoped for. Stronger thatn the Monte 2 with MORE of that unique Monte flavour that we all love. Easy draw, buckets of smoke, creamy, tasty - A TRIUMPH!!! - Submitted by peter bond on March 30, 2005

Review #39: I purchased a box around a year ago with the datecode of GKI DIC03 and they were very unbalanced and had a poor burn. I couldn\'t blame the cigars because I should have let them rest for a while. However after a year of aging the Edmundos were rich and had a nice balance of creaminess and coffee flavors. Now is the difficult part about putting them away for a couple more years so that they might reach their potential! - Submitted by Monkeyboy on March 27, 2005

Review #38: Quite dissapointed with this cigar. I bought one from a highly respectable tobacconist/cigar merchant and tried in vain to get it lit properly. Terrible trouble with the burn which caused it to taste of hot ash and salt. Thankfully my tobacconist replaced the cigar and the next one lit fine, though still taking a lot of effort to get going evenly. Flavour was medium to full, creamy, vegetal and with some coffee and cocoa notes on a salty background. However the saltiness was brash and the smoke left a heavy, clinging and unpleasant aftertaste. You can tell it\'s a Montecristo alright but it\'s just so rough and harsh. These deffinately need good ageing, but not my cup of tea. - Submitted by A. Dyer on March 23, 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

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