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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 #110: This cigar is made for the novice by the novice. It's true that only junior Torcedors have the priviledge of rolling these fine cigars. With age they do development some refinement, but never reach a level of the No.2 or A with the same age. The key to this cigar is smoking it slow enough to deter overheating the tobacco. Generally tributed to the small ring guage. If you make it last an hour you've done your job well enough to maximize it's flavor and quality. - Submitted by semery74 on January 12, 2007

Review #109: Agree with reviewer #108 but not in his dramatical style. I won't buy an other box of these... But still better than marlbaro i think. No problems on smoking as mentioned by #108. Agree taste have to live up to it's reputation, which it does not. All togehter allright to medium. - Submitted by Jeroen van der Pluijm on January 10, 2007

Review #108: A grave dissapointment. Lacks flavour - the draw was very difficult and overall was a huge let down considering its popularity. Perhaps its a case of mass market appeal - bums on seats supply demand but one which i wont be buying again. Infact my fathers La Paz had these things down pat - and a villager is like a cohiba next to this thing. Rather go for a Punch or Partagas, come to think of it a packet of marlbaro are more enjoyable... - Submitted by gpooke on January 8, 2007

Review #107: I bought a box of these apr 04. Realy nice sigar but not the ultimate like the cohiba robusto. A bit bitter taste and bunring isnt that even as the cohiba's. Some times things get uneven. For the price (8 euro) it is a really great sigar. But if you don't consider the price paid it's not that good. I rather have a cohiba robusto or Siglo VI instead. - Submitted by Jeroen van der Pluijm on January 6, 2007

Review #106: I bought one of these from my local tobacconist the other day, and found it to be a fine cigar. Lots of beautiful smoke and a delicious taste. Sorry, but I never taste " pepper, chocolate, spice " or anything else that other reviewers mention. My tastebuds just taste good tobacco. I have to wonder if it isn't a little overpriced though. I paid $15 Cdn. for this little guy, and I know there are equally good cigars for a third of that price. - Submitted by W. Merrifield on December 21, 2006

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