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Montecristo Montecristo No. 2

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:14,26 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #129: **I wish more reviewers would offer the full factory and date code for what they are reviewing - it's both helpful and nice/interesting to know... Box from GKI 2004, only 5 sticks left now. What a great smoke. Smooth draw giving mouthfuls of creamy, flavorful medium bodied smoke. Great aroma. An hour and a half of relaxation and enjoyment. Man are the wrappers on these silky smooth! Great cigar, that like most every habanos I have smoked, they have a life of their own. This one can, if you are lucky, smoke thick and rich, full bodied when right out of the box 3 or 4 months from production date, then go dull for awhile and after 2 years from production they blossom back to a mellower, more refinded smooth, rich, flavorful smoke. For those newer to the delights of smoking good cigars, you have to learn what you like and to catch your cigars when they are in your "stage". Don't waste them when they are not. Means only one thing: You gotta keep procurring and rotating - a costly habit! (For fuller bodied cigar than these try Bolivar Belicoso Finos.) - Submitted by Dr. Wu on November 20, 2006

Review #128: I realize that this is a VERY popular cigar but I honestly just don't get it... Not a bad cigar by any means but just boring in my opinion. To each his own I suppose. I'd get get a Partagas SerieP#2 or even an Upman #2 over this Piramide any day. Again, I'm not saying that I don't like it, just that I find it dull. Cheers. - Submitted by newbie on November 4, 2006

Review #127: The only Monte 2's I've smoked were very young. Still, they had a remarkable smoothness on the palate, with a lot of spice, pepper, and wood. They have huge potential, which is why I put down most of mine. I suppose I'll need to re-review them in a few months. Nevertheless, they are definately enjoyable straight out of the box, which is more than you can say for some cigars. - Submitted by theworldover on November 1, 2006

Review #126: Yuk! all MC's leave a nasty metallic taste in my mouth and this is no different. Not saying it's a bad cigar but it just doesn't agree with my palate. Why are there so popular?? - Submitted by herf-head on October 10, 2006

Review #125: This is probably my favorite cigar out there. It is big & impressive to look at & the flavor is out of this world. I am constantly left amazed by its smoothness & quality...even when smoking it to the VERY end, it never gets harsh. Unfortunately, I've noticed that out of every box I get, two or three are completely worthless and unsmokable (impossibly tight draw). This isn't too bad though, because Montecristo isn't in the business of price gouging their customers like Cohiba. That's why I always come back to MC cigars...they are almost always consistent in their high quality (much more so than Cohiba) and they are noticably cheaper. As far as big cigars go, this isn't quite on par with the Siglo VI, but you can smoke this one every day with ease. I highly recommend this to anyone. My only problem is that I'm never able to age them because I always smoke them up immediately =) - Submitted by mladenovic on September 19, 2006

This cigar spans 72 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 [47] 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72

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