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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 #90: Whoa, a difference Montecristo makes. When I got this cigar, the clerk had to open a brand new fresh box, unsure of the date. My first Montecristo....much stronger than other Cuban cigars I've had. Lit up very nice, the draw was nice and smooth. Nice taste of spices and chocolate. The smell of the smoke was delighful. Burned a bit unevenly, but last me a good hour 15 minutes. Very much recommended, worth the price. - Submitted by Crumbs on July 24, 2006

Review #89: This is the best Cuban cigar, and certainly the best of Montecristo's. Purchased a box dated Jun 2005 and they have been good to go right out of the box. I love their strength and body. Lots of wood and taste. I am half way through my box and have only encountered one stick that had a draw problem. Wouldn't matter. These are by far tops. - Submitted by Dr, Aloha on July 20, 2006

Review #88: Very fine cigar, typical Cuban taste/smell/draw. Burned a little unevenly, but was easily remedied. The guy that gave it to me had stored it in terrible conditions, but after a few months in the humidor, it was pretty close to perfect. I highly recommend it! - Submitted by mikis318 on July 14, 2006

Review #87: Pretty strong but pleasant taste. Pepperish. Allmost allways they are box-pressed ones but it do not do harm. A good cigar. - Submitted by TonyMontana on June 17, 2006

Review #86: There's a reason these are one of the best selling Habanos....THEY'RE GREAT!Solid,well made and with the unique Cuban flavor you want. Buy a box or two for those times you want a half hour smoke. - Submitted by jlcccm on May 7, 2006

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