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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 #155: Had cigar #13 tonight out of a box of 25. Definitely a Jekyll & Hyde experience. Either brilliant, or utter rubbish. The draw varies dramatically from one sample to another. #12 a week or so ago was plugged and, as a result, unenjoyable. Tonight's #13 was top notch. Perfect draw, with rich plumes of dense smoke without being overpowering. Monte at its best! But what will the next one be like? My current box is Aug '06, and I have an unopened box of the same date. Just hope that there are no more plugged sticks. My rating is based solely on tonight's smoke, but readers should be aware of possible inconsistency. Cheers. - Submitted by pacman on November 9, 2007

Review #154: This is a great cigar but the last few boxes have been plugged up garbage. I hope Montecristo cracks the whip on these incompetent rollers because these used to be a sure thing. Now *at least* 50% of the box is unsmokable (even with a draw poker). - Submitted by mladenovic on November 4, 2007

Review #153: To Review #151: You say it is lucky you live in Canada. Canada is a fantastic country, no doubt. But not when it comes to buying Cuban cigars. I have been to Canada many times and I just could not afford to buy Cuban cigars there, with your horrible tax on cigars. I was just there and bought a box of cheap Cuban cigars that cost me C$200. I found them the following week for less than 50 euros (1/3 the price) on the net. Canada is a wonderful country and I would love to live there, but I would hate to pay the taxes placed on the cigar smoker. It may interest you to know that 60% of all Cuban cigars are shipped to Spain. If I lived in Canada I would make a trip to Spain once a year, and assuming you smoke as much as I do, the savings you would have may just pay for your trip. Yes, the savings (Spain is the cheapest place in the world to buy Cuban cigars) would be worth the trip and because Spain is also a very beautiful country. But Spain has the added attraction of having very low lost Cuban cigars compared to the rest of the world. Viva Canada! Viva Spain! And viva anyplace I can buy Cuban cigars at a decent price. - Submitted by lvancourt on November 2, 2007

Review #152: Not a blow you away smoke, but the Monte 4 always delivers for me when I reach for it. For those times I want the Montecristo flavor, but don't have the time for a larger smoke, these are great. Never had any construction issues with these, although I know because of the production others have. I like to carry this cigar with me to the golf course. - Submitted by fabio on November 1, 2007

Review #151: I love these cigars. I made a trip down to Cuba where I picked up a couple of boxes of #3s and #4s and they are unbelievable the #4s pack so much flavour for a small cigar definatley worth trying.Lucky for me I live in Canada so I can get Cubans in any store so I don't have to take a trip to Cuba to re stock just a walk to the corner store. - Submitted by jaypee on October 29, 2007

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