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Montecristo Montecristo No. 4

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #190: OCT 04 A very good cigar for the price. They are best aged a few years. I have noticed that the longer they are aged the better the better the smoke. - Submitted by R. Paracholski on September 1, 2008

Review #189: From a begginiers point of view (I've tried about a dozen brands so far) I was dissapointed, espescially as it is one of the more commonly known brands of cigar. I found it to be bland in taste, nothing really noticeable about it..just another cigar really.I've found cheaper brands with more tastes to them. Well constructed and a nice draw, just nothing from there onwards! Pity really, it kind of let me down - Submitted by dentonparrots on August 27, 2008

Review #188: I absolutely disagree with the 7.3 rating for this piece of cabbage. Actually that is insulting cabbage. Overly tight draw, poor construction, wrapper peeling in the last one third and no flavor at all. Nothing on the palate or nose. Perhaps my error was smoking one of these dogs about 3 hours after a really good Partagas but I think not. Bland is an overstatement, not a hint of overtones, undertones or even a describable base flavor throughout. To be fair to cabbage the only reasonable comparison would be cheap tofu. I am giving this a score of 1 because it looks nice. - Submitted by Syokoy on August 21, 2008

Review #187: MAY 05 These are excellent cigars,I received a box of these from 2005 and just cracked it open.I have several types of Cubans and Dominicans in the humidor but keep coming back for one of these.I really think they deserve a higher score than a 7.3,to me they are at least a solid 8.5.I think the key to these is to let them age as long as you can but at 3 years old the ones I have are very very good. - Submitted by big tony on August 12, 2008

Review #186: DEC 07 My favorite. This cigar takes me right to cuba. Even without anytime aged, and great smoke. Completely full cuban flavors of mocha and spicy robust zest. Always a cigar to have on hand. A legend. - Submitted by dustyrhoads27 on August 6, 2008

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