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Montecristo Montecristo No. 2

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Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:156
Format:PiramideRing:52
Weight:14,26 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Montecristo Montecristo No. 2 Review:

This Montecristo cigar is something to deal with. Those who prefer this brand, find in this particular model all the virtues from the Cuban brand, and those who do not know it yet, find in this stick the power of the best selling brand in the whole world.

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Review #359: MAY 20 RAT factory in 2020 has been producing some absolute gems & at high consistency as well. - Submitted by rascalbadmonkey on June 15, 2021


Review #358: NOV 18 Got this cigar from a seleccion Piramides. Upon lighting I’m sad to say this cigar had an extremely tight draw. I had to break out my Boravis cigar tool. After a little work, I was able to get a reasonable draw. Disappointing, but it happens. Of the 6 cigars in this box, the Montecristo was about the third most developed, behind the RYJ and Partagas. I did enjoy this cigar to the nub. All the classic Montecristo flavors. I have 2 25 count boxes of these cigars but won’t touch them before the 4 year mark. - Submitted by Gpayne on June 13, 2021


Review #357: AUG 11 I have been sitting on a box that is now about ten years old and boy has the wait been worth it. These cigars are oily, cedary, full on with the monte twang and mild yet robust. The burns have been perfect and the smoke billowing out like from inside a soft, silk pillow. - Submitted by owensinco on December 3, 2020


Review #356: DEC 18 Smoked a #2 from La Casa del Habano Stuttgart and had Initial taste of caramel and light honey. Burn started off unevenly due to user error but corrected before the first inch was done. Had a nice mellow flavor with nice hints of honey and floral notes with a little stronger caramel and slight spice towards the middle. The smoke clouds were pretty light and not creamy and full. Pleasant smoke with nice flavors not common in other Cuban brands. Will try the double Edmundo next. Happy to knock this one off my bucket list. Rating this an 8/10 - Submitted by smitte3 on May 26, 2019


Review #355: APR 17 I've not tried many Monte 2s for some years now as the sheer amount of very average to poorly rolled and badly blended examples I've had in the recent past has been awful. I've been finding most Havanas have massively improved in the last few years though and saw some gorgeous looking examples at my local shop so I picked one to try in the lounge. Light, velvety wrapper with just a slight oily sheen, gorgeous construction and feel and a lovely aroma. Almost perfect draw though maybe a tiny bit easy, but smoked great and burned very evenly. Started very mild and subtle - some cream, light coffee bean and woodiness. It built through the first half developing some more herbal and buttery notes and moved into a more medium body in the second half where the coffee and cream got richer with some hints of almond and buttery biscuit flavour. Smoked right to the fingertips. A beautiful Montecristo. Like all Havana cigars in particular, it's vital to learn how to select the good ones. If the wrapper looks good that can be a decent indication that the rest of the tobacco in the blend is of high quality - the aroma should be rich and enticing and the cigar should feel even down the entire length with no hard spots. A good Monte 2 is a really lovely cigar and generally not too strong with some nice subtlety and creaminess. A bad Monte 2 can be awful and even unsmokeable. Unfortunately Montecristo seems to be one of if not the worst Brand for huge variation in quality due to massive overproduction. - Submitted by A. Dyer on April 8, 2019


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