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Montecristo Montecristo Especial No. 2

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Laguito No. 2Ring:38
Weight:8,15 gr.Score:8.9
Presentation: 2 Layers in a varnished Semi Boite Nature of 25

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Review #6: picked up a box of these last year. very nice and elegant flavors, with a surprising allspice creaminess in the middle third. some very tight draw problems throughout one third of the box is the only thing that holds these back. - Submitted by harwellplant on March 8, 2005

Review #5: recently tasted my 2nd Especials #2 from a box dated FR NOSU (la corona oct 98). was one of the best cigars i've had to date. a little dry nutty earthy spice to start. turns a little like cinnamon spices, then gets a little of that monte creamy profile, then back to earth/coffee. excellent burn, draw, aroma and flavors. - Submitted by IHT on December 3, 2004

Review #4: Traded an almost full box of NC`s with a local tobacconist for a shabby looking very old box with 18 cracked up Especiales. Man did I do a great trade! These babes were too ugly to sell but what a great smoke. The box code was faded but the label predates anything listed in the past 10 years. - Submitted by POUPON (OTTAWA) on November 18, 2004

Review #3: I bought my first #2E in 2001, put it in the glove box of my car, and promptly forgot about it. After sitting there in temperatures ranging from -10 F. to 100 F. for over a year, I finally rediscovered it and smoked it. It was still the best cigar I've ever smoked. Perfect. - Submitted by Ralph B. on May 7, 2004

Review #2: This is definitely the KING of cigars. Have smoked 2 boxes with box code dates of '01. I swear you almost want to eat these things they are that good. I couldn't stop smoking them until the whole box was gone. The ones I had were definitely a perfect 10. - Submitted by ED J on October 23, 2003

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