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Montecristo Joyitas

View all Laguito No. 3 Cigars    

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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

Average user rating

Review #13: Don't stop on this one. Not that bad but there are so many better smokes out there. Go for the rey del mundo demi tasse instead. - Submitted by kriss on September 15, 2008

Review #12: I was a bit disappointed by this little cigar. I tried to smoke this cigar as slow an carefull as possible but all I could get was a harsh tobacco /ash taste paired with a very tight draw. Not my cup of tea! Back to the Petit Edmundo before I start losing my (just found) faith in Montecristo. - Submitted by arnehdhh on June 6, 2008

Review #11: Not good not bad kinda like a Purito from the five packs you can get. I got this cigar from a friend, gets nice and spicy in the last third. I dont think I would buy these at all. - Submitted by Lukeluke on May 22, 2008

Review #10: Much more similar to a cigarette than to a cigar, this little stick delivers a strong earthy flavour when you smell it unlit. The construction seems good, though the best wrapper leaves are reserved for larger and more prestigious formats: notwithstanding this, it looks enough fine and silky. The price is low to be a Montecristo, but you can buy much bigger cigars with the same amount. The beginning showed some draw problems and a very thin flavour, really strange for the brand; the strenght is very low, too. Going on, the taste intensifies a little, but really nothing to share with other Monte cigars I'm used to. Somewhere I read a review stating this is a really strong cigar for its size: yes, sure, if you're a Philip Morris Ultra smoker, maybe. Speaking about thirds and evolution will make little sense in such a small vitola, so let's say that halfway down you may begin to recognize you aren't actually smoking a cigarette. Now this little thing seems to remember it's a cigar and it has a name to keep up to, so it delivers some more flavour, with woody and earthy notes; nothing to write home about, however. What are surely better now is the draw, finally decent, and the strenght. In the end, we finally have good draw and a little spiciness: from a Montecristo, priced like a Montecristo, you should expect something more. If you like this format, Davidoff Demi Tasse cost a fraction of the price and are way better. - Submitted by sasha on October 30, 2007

Review #9: I found this little cigar to be pretty decent for both the price and quality. Looks amazing, but was expecting more in terms of taste being a fan of the No.2. Uninspiring but worth a try. - Submitted by DurtySanchez on April 23, 2007

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