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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 #145: This is normally a good cigar which I have been smoking a couple times a month for several years now. The only problem is the consistency, because when they are good, they have the very pleasant Monte taste, voluminous smoke, good construction, etc., but when they are bad, they can be barely smokable. I always recommend smoking one before buying the box. - Submitted by finidi on October 9, 2007

Review #144: The cigar has a wonderful colorado wrapper, silky and regular, and it's very soft and elastic to touch. The first nose investigation reveals a thin tobacco smell, but it will be denied by tons of flavour from the very first puff. The first part is dominated by woody and leathery notes, classic Montecristo taste, with a good nicotine punch and a medium aroma; this is one of the most tolerable cigars for the people around. The draw and burning are perfect and easy, which is noteworthy because this is the most produced Cuban cigar and it seems that mass production doesn't interfere with fine quality: I've never found a bad one and the quality seems constant through the years. It doesn't show a great evolution, nor it was expected with this vitola, but about halfway down compares a little acid, astringent note, not unpleasant, while the spices start to take their place. All in all, this cigar is consistent, reliable, suitable for all smokers and every moment of the day, you find it everywhere and most of all it's a fine smoke. Could you ask for more? Maybe, but not to a mareva. - Submitted by sasha on October 7, 2007

Review #143: many smokers' (including myself) first experience with habanos is always a classic. well built, good draw and combustion. but not my favorite in terms of taste: i found many other mareva to be more interesting and satisfying. - Submitted by zumbi on August 25, 2007

Review #142: This cigar was the reason i started to smoke cigars. Its my favourite. The size is the right one to have 1 hour and 15 minutes pleasure. I love the smell of this cigar before i light it. Medium, with roasted coffee and woody taste and little spicy final. The after taste is very pleasant. - Submitted by stertheo on August 22, 2007

Review #141: I simply cannot understand the rave behind this cigar. I purchased a box of GTL ABR 06 from a very reliable supplier a few months ago and of the ten I've smoked, from the first one a few months ago to the one I had today, I find them all to taste horrible. Maybe they are in their bad phase and need some aging, but despite storing them at exactly 70% RH for the past three months, all I taste is harsh, bitter spiciness. The wrapper was of a light colored wrapper, but there have been no construction problems as of yet. I have decided that my favorite cigar are Monty 2s and it is hard to believe that the same company can have such a large difference between their products lines. I will revisit these half a year down the line, and hopefully by that time they will start opening up. - Submitted by mtec on August 20, 2007

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