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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 #80: 1996 my first cuban cigar ever. Oh boy was I in for a treat!! This cigar is arguebly the best Cuba has to offer in pyramide size. Tried the Vegas Robanias Unicos Very close call between these two. In the End I always find myself going back to the Monte # 2. Highly recommended fine clean perfect smoke. - Submitted by EZ on March 10, 2005

Review #79: To review#78, I really don't understand why need to compare a sick period cigar with other 3 to 4 years old cigars. Sometimes if you are lucky, u even can have mont#2 got aging inside the dress box, but it needs time. Sure not a box of them from Dec04! - Submitted by Derek.C. on March 10, 2005

Review #78: What a shame and disgrase the cubans are doing to this vitole. I just did a blind taste test with this vitole from DEC04 and a Robaina Vegas unicos from JAN02, and an HUPMANN from JAN01. All 3 have a very high quality construction, the wrappers all oily, the monty being the darkest of the 3. When first lit the flavors and aromas of amonia hit you from the first puff with the Monty, the upmann and the robaina just give you pure decadent and intoxicating flavors and aromas that only well aged cubans can provide. I would guess that the monty with a few years on it may be just as good as the other 2, however for my money i would like to smoke a few now, rather than let them sit a few years befor trying one. Of the 3 vitoles, the Hupmann is the winner hands down, with its decadent musty aromas and flavors its a true winner, the Robaina comes in a close second, without the classic Hupmann musty aroma.l its your choice and its your money, buy my mind is maid up i will buy the Robaiana or the Hupmanns hands down over the monty . - Submitted by yesta grande on March 9, 2005

Review #77: The more I smoke these, the less I like them. Dry and hard with bitter aftertaste. Could be the box, but I will likely stay away from M2 awhile. - Submitted by J.D. on March 9, 2005

Review #76: Sorry, I'd like to add to that post. There have been a few batches of Montecristo 2 with darker than normal wrappers, as with some other famous havanas like the Romeo Churchill. By maduro I mean dark compared to light, the 2004 production have very light wrappers. Maduro just means mature (ie grown in the sun for longer), it doesn't have to be specially labelled on the box. Also there was a leathery note to them, not so much a dark leatheryness as a lighter tan leather. Individual taste is different, you should hunt for some with the darker shade of wrapper, I prefer them myself. I bought them a reputed company in the UK. I also have had a couple of 1994 RyJ Churchills which he stocks which had very dark wrappers, absolutely magnifiscent. - Submitted by A.Dyer on March 8, 2005

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