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Montecristo Montecristo No. 4

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

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Review #165: First burn not to spicy.Then only earth flavor.That is it.Not more. - Submitted by narancor on February 25, 2008

Review #164: I like this cigar because of the fact that is so mild. It doesn't have a complex taste as a cohiba and thats for is good for begginers. A cigar for all the times of a day. - Submitted by pmavros on February 19, 2008

Review #163: Yesterday I smoked my second Monte no.4, from a pack of 5. Now, I haven't written a review for my first one because seriously, it sucked. It was very windy when I smoked it and I had to relight it several times, which I think destroyed it's taste. This time I took my precautions and I smoked it in a closed space. The pre lit aroma, of course, is wonderful. I quickly cut off the cap and test the draw; good. I start lighting. The first puff was very good. Can't describe the taste exactly, but lots of thick blue smoke came from my mouth, from the burning end of the stick and from the drawing end as well. The cigar started to calm down and the smoke decreased a little bit but stayed tasty with notes of cedar from one puff to another. My palate is not yet well developed, I can't distinguish different tastes, but I could easily pick out what seemed to me like honey. I don't know, but when smoking the RyJ No.2 I could distinguish more nuts and cocoa tastes, I could find these nowhere here. There was also this stinging taste on your tongue (which I love) but which didn't last long. The bitter taste that we sometimes face was still there sometimes, but certainly better than the first no.4, and the burn was nearly perfect, just had to correct it twice. This was a 30 or 40 minutes smoke in all, didn't last long, unfortunately, but certainly was better than the first one. But I still can't understand the hype about these no.4's, I still like the RyJ No.2 better, to be honest with you. Worth saying also, is that my first no.4 caused me a severely annoying buzz, this time no buzz at all. I will leave the remaining three, won't touch them until spring. But I was deciding between a 3 pack Monte Edmundo or a 3 pack RyJ Short Churchills for my next purchase, but I think I will settle down for the RyJ. - Submitted by Lucky Break on January 30, 2008

Review #162: I've smoked about 4 of these now, and they were all different. The first one i bought for a test drive, and it was wonderful with a mild beginning and continuously new flavours went in to my mouth with rich thick smoke. I was impressed and bought three more. 2 of these were not as good. It was the same taste all the way, and one of them had a very simple kind of boring taste. I must admit that i stored one of these in open air for admiration a day, which might have ruined it(?) - therefore I don't count this in my score. Luckily the last monte#4 saved me, and was just as good as the first one with very rich complexity in taste starting mild, and almost changing in taste with every third draw - excellent. - Submitted by markbk on January 28, 2008

Review #161: I find the monte #4's (and #3's too), sometimes impossible to draw. So much so that I don't buy them anymore. They do improve after 5 years in the humidor, which is one helluva wait ! The small montes, and the monte #2's are much better, I also have some very big montes (22cm) which are awesome. If you like the #3/4 size then I recommend cobibas, R&J's or Trinidads, a very reasonably priced quality cuban everyday cigar. - Submitted by mwlacey on January 20, 2008

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