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Montecristo Montecristo No. 1

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:10,8 gr.Score:7.3
Presentation: 1 Layer in a Box of 10

Montecristo Montecristo No. 1 Review:

The taste of numbers 1, 3 and 4 is quite the same, coffee, cocoa and vanilla flavours blended in great harmony with a medium tobacco taste. A minimum ageing of at least three years is recommended for this cigar to find its real potential.

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Review #45: JAN 20 Very surprising and underrated cigars, back on form. Rich, complex and just gorgeous with all the classic Monte flavours with extra intensity than you tend to find in the larger gauges. - Submitted by A. Dyer on January 24, 2021

Review #44: SEP 14 When good these are one of the most underrated smokes! Elegant, refined, sophisticated...Wonderful evolvement staring light and developing to med/full. Hint of cedar along with all the best of the MC profile of flavours. My most recent box just one year of age and very good indeed - am smoking half the box now and have put the other half away to age. Medium colour, beautiful box pressed appearance - all round deliscious. - Submitted by ian on August 16, 2015

Review #43: APR 07 I have recently tried another #1 I got in 2004 on my wedding vacation, and man o man it keeps getting better and better. A classic smooth medium flavour and a great constancy throughout the 3 stages. Can't wait to see what another couple years will add. - Submitted by Retromac88 on April 8, 2015

Review #42: --- 11 This is a very refined cervantes, maybe my favorite when done right with the high-end mellow, nutty, complex and evolving tobacco found in the best specimens and/or boxes. But as with many overly popular vitolas and brands, one may easily come across below-par, bland or even counterfeited #1s. So watch out and always buy from reputed vendors... I bought three perfectly-constructed singles last week and smoked one today which gave me absolute satisfaction. So my score (actually 9.5) reflects my opinion of such specimens. - Submitted by MisterBlu on October 28, 2014

Review #41: SEP 11 sept 2011 - opened a great looking box and was even happier when I smoked them - finished the top layer and all have been spot on except the first one - should have waited a few days to let them settle from shipping. Amazing the difference now... darkish and uniform box pressed beautiful construction. nice and complex retaining elegance and slowly building in complexity and strength. - Submitted by ian on February 8, 2014

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