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Montecristo Montecristo No. 2

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

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Review #109: This is one of the most full bodied yet balanced smokes in existence. Consistency has been excellent over the last decade, all things considered. It is so strong it can bowl over even a seasoned smoker. I get a craving for one of these from time to time, usually after a big lunch. The flavors are so packed it is almost overwhelming. I recommend aging these for several years. - Submitted by pachemar on January 14, 2006

Review #108: Smoked one of these beauties on new years eve and boy was it good. It's been sitting in my humidor for over 6 months and it was sure worth the wait. Lot's of smoke, good draw, silky wrapper, and tasty! I am lucky enough to be able to buy this for 5 EURO a piece. Smoke with some single malt. - Submitted by thecigarforum.com on January 3, 2006

Review #107: Just smoked a fresh '05 example. The construction was impeccable. I could have left the ash go all the way to the nub but I "broke" it off at nearly 4 inches! The taste was very nice but no doubt too young to really appreciate. This cigar continues to fascinate Habanos lovers and I will continue to buy them knowing that having more around to age is a good thing. Others in the collection from '02 are really blossoming into woncerful examples of Montecristo's delight. Spotty at times in the past, yes, but the newer production stuff I've been seeing is truly a great cigar. There's something magical about this cigar and I encourage those with less-than-perfect experiences not to give up on it. - Submitted by Shooter on January 2, 2006

Review #106: This is certainly one of the most complex and flavorfull cigars out there. Easily one of my all time favorite. I bought my first Montecristo Piramide box 5 years ago and smoked the first one right on the shop. The cigar was amazing, even color and well constructed. It burnt evenly with nice round puffs and deep nice consistent draw. Certainly not for beginners. I suggest for the newbies to try on a more milder cigars and move your way up. Interestingly, this cigar offers 3 different levels of flavors. The first third was fulfilling, deep, a little creamy and a hint of spicy nut. The midsection or the second third of the cigars offers a deeper and more spicier flavor and still giving a nice even draw. A powerful cigar indeed. However, (yes.. there is a however) the last third of the cigar is not what i had in mind. Too bitter and offer a much more complexcity to the already complex cigar. Over the next few years, i smoked these cigars once in a while. They aged really well in Elie B and you wont be dissapointed in keeping a few boxes...enjoying one once in a while. (of course you have to smoke other cigars as well! :) ) - Submitted by hkakalim on December 7, 2005

Review #105: Living in Mexico, they are alot of frauds of Cohibas and this cigar.. You need to go to a reputable shop to find authemtic Cubans. Much like the rest of the reviewers, when this cigar is good it is wonderful ( about as strong as I smoke), but when its bad , well its, not up to par and you toss it....and that bothers me..like a bad bottle of wine in a case...Many shrug their shoulders and open, lite, another...But if you have a name like Montecristo, Chateau Latour (yes, they are in the same league) you strive for a certain level. That being said...90% of the time this is my after dinner cigar...10% o fthe time its tossed. and I shake my head...... - Submitted by donk93953 on November 16, 2005

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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