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Montecristo Joyitas

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Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Laguito No. 3Ring:26
Weight:2,81 gr.Score:5.7
Presentation: 2 Layers in a varnished Semi Boite Nature of 25

Montecristo Joyitas Review:

Tangy and fruity taste that is not easy to find in a small cigar, so those who do not take them seriously should try this one. With a minimum ageing recommended of three years this cigar shows great potential, but if you want it to make you feel a really outstanding smoking experience, ten years would be perfect.

Average user rating

Review #18: probably the worst montecristo I've ever had, even the small mechanized puritos are better than these - Submitted by ritz on October 14, 2015

Review #17: OCT 01 A bit disappointing, diffult draw and tight. Middle section is good and nice flavour, though the last third is harsh. If these were the only Montecristo's you tried you could come to the wrong conclusion about this great brand - Submitted by jgpl on March 9, 2010

Review #16: This cigar is like a cross between a cigarette and a cigar - good if you want to transfer to the good stuff. Clearly not for the seasoned smoker. Anyone considering these would do a world better going for the EdM demi-tasse unless of course you are trying to get off the wicked side of the weed. - Submitted by CastroGTX on August 29, 2009

Review #15: I've had a few of these, they are certainly no substitute for a larger Montecristo. One of them had a difficult draw. I found these are best during the last third. Only worth a try if you're really pressed for time. - Submitted by Ned on August 3, 2009

Review #14: Αυτό το ελαφρύ και γλυκόπιοτο μικρό, μυρίζει πολύ όμορφα. Αρκετά φυτικό και ξυλώδες, προλαβαίνει να γίνει ελαφρά πιπεράτο προς το τέλος. Έχει λίγο πρόβλημα στην καύση, (σβήνει σε αραιές ρουφηξιές), αλλά τραβάει καλά. Για το μέγεθος του, είναι αρκετά ενδιαφέρον. - Submitted by cipu on March 17, 2009

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