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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 #115: This was my first Cuban cigar, so do not have a frame of reference to judge other than non-Cubans. Box date was ENE06. The construction was excellent and the burn was even and very slow. Couldn't believe the petit corona lasted about an hour. It was a slow starter flavor-wise and I was wondering what was the hype about Cuban cigars, but did become more flavorful after the first quarter or so, becoming more earthy and somewhat spicy and in the last third I noted peanuts (as opposed to a more general nutty flavor), which I haven't experienced with another cigar. Overall, I wasn't blown away by this cigar, but that may partially be since I don't normally smoke low ring sized cigars. Will let the box age some more before I try again. - Submitted by gregglantos on February 12, 2007

Review #114: Just have to say, the ones with the old MC band are infinitely better than the ones with the newer, more complicated and shiny band. The old band ones are at least three years old and, as I keep banging on on this subject, these just get better with age.... Remember: Young is generally yuck; older is yummy with a great draw.... - Submitted by XBO on January 25, 2007

Review #113: well i must be getting lucky with monte n4.half way throught a box coded mar05.wow great vitola,perfect burn,perfect draw(all of them so far)nice white and grey ash,great flavor,the only minus is luck of power but still perfect cigar.i guess you need to try o5 production.10 out of 10 for mareva size - Submitted by marius on January 17, 2007

Review #112: Terrible cigar - poor draw and inconsistent burn with little flavour to boot. I'm glad I only purchased one of these to try. - Submitted by rainman on January 14, 2007

Review #111: I bought one of these about 6 weeks ago and let it sit in my humidor until I decided to try it recently. Filled with anticipation, I was really looking forward to trying what was purportedly to be a fine cigar. Unfortunately I quickly determined that this was a disappointing experience. The draw was difficult and the burn inconsistent. I couldn't finish it because it also lacked flavour - overall a big thumbs down. - Submitted by rainman on January 13, 2007

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