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Montecristo Montecristo A

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Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Gran CoronaRing:47
Weight:18,79 gr.Score:8.7
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Cabinet of 25

Montecristo Montecristo A Review:

A great classic and the preferred by those who like big Habanos when the time of smoking comes. This cigar was once introduced in the Guiness Book of Records because of its size, 235mm. Cigar for big events. It is the biggest, but not the strongest among Montecristo brand. Remember to accompany it with a big glass of your favourite drink.

Average user rating

Review #52: NOV 10 Although I had been looking forward to receiving this box I was somewhat apprehensive when I lit the first one as I have felt very disappointed of late with my most recent Montecristo purchases - a box of #4 and a box of Double Edmundos were disappointing, to say the least! I digress. This cigar was superb! It was all the good things previous contributers have already said about the Montecristo A: construction - flawless. Flavours - exquisite. It was a heavenly experience! - Submitted by Farmer John on August 23, 2017

Review #51: NOV 10 I have just smoked my very first Montecristo A and I have to say it was superb! The aroma was heavenly, the flavours complex and delightful, construction - flawless! Outstanding cigar. - Submitted by Farmer John on August 19, 2017

Review #50: Wow.... this is a cigar to really stand out. It is presented in an elegant nice cedar coffin, that contains once cigar each. The vitola gran corona is the biggest one in regular production. It can asure a long 2,5 hours at least. Be prepared to smoke this cigar, you really do not want to trow it away because something else require your atention. The cigar itself have two problems that i have finded as mixing mi own experience and talking with other aficionados; firstly, the size leaves a lot of margin to plugs... it is very sad to find that a Montecristo A is plugged, because is a shame to trow away or to suffer for 2 hours a cigar. The second issue is of course the price. The cigar is very pricy, and with that money you can buy a lot of minutos or robustos, so is up to you to decide if it is worth. Now, taking those 2 points in consideration, the cigar itself is a different animal than any other montecristo cigar; not slightly similar to the n2 or edmundos. The cigar is mild but have a complex and rich flavor profile. The smoke output is always in the tight side, and more silky than creamy. A very elegant cigar that will have a lot of variations during the smoke, but never getting a lot of strenght. Overall, a very good cigar that will keep you entretained for more than 2 hours, but maybe can be to much to a lot of aficionados. Due the high price and the probability of getting a pluged one, i am very carefull to recomend this cigar to anyone. Get it at your own risk. This can be either a sublime experience, or a crappy one. - Submitted by ekoffmann on August 20, 2014

Review #49: Montecristo A- I HOPE I AM NOT THE MOST ARROGANT CIGAR SMOKER ON THIS WEBSITE. So here is my review- Everyone should try it. It’s a great cigar, very well balanced and mild-medium body. Starts off woody and progresses to more complex rich, sweet flavors, as most gran coronas. The A here is perhaps the best available, coming on top of the Sanchos. And although more sophisticated and complex flavors as well as the lighter Hoyo Particulares (is very limited), making it not readily available...or even more difficult the Cohiba A….that deserves my next review…. I rank the Montecristo A it as a 10 due to the high level of smoking pleasure. Some are indeed either too tight or loose in terms of construction, but most are perfect. Imagine the skill and effort or just the size of the wrapper leaf as these beauties are made. As far as the previous review, I highly disagree with Mr. muzza, that “only real cigar aficionados like” himself, can “really enjoy” these cigars or that it would be “wasted on most people”… who is to judge and claim expertise when we are talking about personal enjoyment…Ironically in his prior review of the Montecristo A, (Review #41) he says its “this is a must try for any cigar aficionado”. So please, do not be alarmed, the cigar is for anyone who wants to try it. Naturally if you pick it up you know you are in for a long smoke. And surely you will appreciated, cause the Montecristo A is dam good smoke. - Submitted by dimi681 on November 1, 2013

Review #48: IM PROBABLY THE MOST EXPERIENCED CIGAR SMOKER ON THIS WEBSITE- So here is my review. What an exceptional cigar to say the very least.Great construction & strangely enough a perfect draw which is quite surprising given its size. One word of warning, not a beginners cigar as only real cigar aficionados like my myself have learned to appreciate the fine art of cigar smoking. Anyone can smoke a cigar but to really enjoy the complex flavours of this Monte A it would be wasted on most people as the flavours must be delicately savoured for 2 hours of shear smoking pleasure. I aged my Monte A for at least 6 mths & this is a perfect example of a fine Cuban cigar if having the time to smoke this masterpiece. This Monte A had typical Montecristo flavours but ever so refined, due to the aging my Monte A had.This cigar is simply cigar heaven if smoked correctly as many people have no idea on how to smoke a cigar, if smoked the right way to savour the complex flavours of this very well constructed Cuban cigar. Overall, this cigar is a must try as it is a very fine example of an elegant Cuban cigar that can be smoked up to 2 hours. Again only try this cigar if oneself can appreciate a very well constructed Cuban cigar. - Submitted by muzza on June 10, 2013

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