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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 #80: This is my second review of this cigar. And it's due to my constant passion for Montecristo, an old and highly respected brand. I'm not a big fan of the marevas, although my schedule makes the use of smaller cigars really compulsury. The only problem with the Montecristo No.4 are the huge gaps in quality between batches. As the demand rises and rises, they roll the No.4 in several factories and, definitely, it's difficult to manage the quality issues. But... If the No.4 comes from a good, regular batch (as it is now with the cigars I indulge myself while working), you can easily understand why No.4 is the best selling havana in the world. Smooth, mellow, rich, creamy, with its carachteristic leathery smell, the No.4 is a highly reliable cigar. I enjoy, most of all, the combination between the woody and leathery notes, one you can recongnise instantly... The batch I smoke right now has excellent burning properties. No plugging at all. Definitely, a classic. - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on February 21, 2006

Review #79: Just smoked one of these beauties last night, it was a gift from a cousin 18 months ago. I didn't want to smoke it right away since it looked really scrappy, but somehow the resting period gave it consistency and, during my Friday night rendzevous with Cabernet and after a Honduran Excalibur. Boy was that great! The Montecristo No. 4 was a wonderful treat, very well aged, nice burn, and the taste.... outstanding! Going to the little island later this year, defintely bringing back a few boxes for a loooong aging process. I highly recommend this stick. Happy smokes! - Submitted by tradusir on February 18, 2006

Review #78: Are you guys kidding me... Monte's are Yummy right out the box for the first couple of months and then need a year+ of sleep. Actually, I prefer them with 1-2 years of age, as i go thru them so fast! =) - Submitted by hansolo on February 14, 2006

Review #77: What a small 'fuma' which was cigar from the heaven! Pecfect draw and very even burn. Also I felt a hints of some mint, nut and coffee bean. Will be try a couple of box.. - Submitted by LubCuban on February 7, 2006

Review #76: I don't understand what the previous two are talking about. What are they smoking? I smoked one from a box dated Nov 05 and yes, it did not taste very good. However, these cigars need to age. Construction is fine, they burn well, and the taste is simply due to a lack of ageing. By next Nov 06 my cigars will be ready for smoking. It is rediculous to judge them before they are ready to be smoked.Perhaps the No. 4 is not be the best cigar around but you can't go wrong with these. They are certainly not "one star", "crappy" cigars. - Submitted by MVM on January 23, 2006

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