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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 #147: JUL 07 Some coffee, some chocolate and a little cream. The construction was superb - packed as tight as a footballers wife compact set - it smoked beautifully. However, it lacked the punch, the verve, the gravitas to be a great smoke.A beautiful looking stick just lacking the dignity and the force of a true cuban great. It looks, smells and is made like a great cuban but it does not expound these qualities throughout its generous smoking time. - Submitted by CastroGTX on August 29, 2009

Review #146: JUL 05 I bought a box of 25 and smoked one straight out of the box: very nice complexity, strong chocolate and coffee taste all the way through. Now they've been in my humidor for some time and the only word I can use to describe them is: excellent. One of the best smokes ever. - Submitted by checcot on August 29, 2009

Review #145: MAY 08 This is an excellent cigar. To take it a step forward, I would argue that this is the climax of cigar smoking at this size. Personally, I find the Edmundo a much better smoke than a Churchill. Always a balanced and even burn with harsh and complex earthy aromas. The 1/3 of the cigar does not tell you much and goes very smooth. While the 2/3 starts giving you the mild joy of cream, coffee, and cocoa the 3/3 triggers the strong leather and spice aromas delivering the utmost pleasure to its smoker. I do not suggest this cigar for the new-bee, as they will not be able appreciate the complexity that the Edmundo offers to its smoker. If you think this will be too large for you, try the Petit Edmundo. As good as this one but a shorter smoke. You miss some of the good part (3/3). - Submitted by caglargonculer on August 28, 2009

Review #144: SEP 05 Had one the other night with a bit of rum. Excellent smoke all the way - Submitted by stjohnroe on August 26, 2009

Review #143: AUG 06 I have 17 Edmundo cigars. Aged for 3 years in perfect conditions. Incredible taste, perfect burn and great for a 50 min. relax. Perfect balance between a strongh flavor and a sweet choco taste. I really recomend this habano ofcourse aged a least 6 months. - Submitted by barenque on August 25, 2009

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