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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 #65: For I am a real mareva smoker this may be the best mareva I\'d ever smoked. Still can\'t make a choice... I just keep smoking. For me this format is, like baho sad, a perfect format. Not to big, not to small. Takes you about 1 hour to finish it. And that, I think, is perfect. A nice spicy, well constructed mareva with a tight draw. - Submitted by simmz on June 16, 2005

Review #64: Inconsistent quality with this cigar or are there fake cigars in circulation? I have just returned from Cuba and only bought in official outlets. Following satisfactory purchases from one outlet in Havana I bought four more singles and I don\'t believe they are the real thing at all. I have kept two of them and am considering sending to Montecristo for analysis. I let another cigar shop in Cuba dissect the third cigar, having tried to smoke the fourth and in their opinion it was a fake. I did buy a box at the airport and these so far have been fine. However buying singles in cigar shops in Cuba might be risky as it would be tempting for a shop assistant to put additional stock on sale that was not legitimate. Has anyone else had a similar experience buying from official Cuban cigar shops? - Submitted by Jingouk on June 4, 2005

Review #63: i bought a box of these in st. martin last month and have smoked 4 so far. they were all uniformly excellent. i love to smoke a cigar this size but usually am disappointed in the taste. i often find the 42 gauge to be lacking in flavor, smoothness, burn and overall enjoyment. this cigar has it all. i dont know when it was made because the box didnt make it back. i assume these are of recent manufacture and i am astonished at how good they are. my next to highest recomedation, an 8. - Submitted by ss396 on May 15, 2005

Review #62: The most accessible montecristo in the market and yet one of the best. Just can\'t go wrong with that one. not too big, not too small, just perfect! - Submitted by baho on April 28, 2005

Review #61: Simply the best mareva; earty,tangy flavors which i like; good complexity as to this violata. Good draw and burn. More consistent than other Montecristo\'s i think - Submitted by igor on April 14, 2005

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