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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 #55: Just the other day i ran a head to head blind tast test with this monty no 4 and a diplo no 4. My wife chose one each from my humidor from each brand. The diplo was from NOV 02 and the monty was from DEC 04. The difference between the 2 isnt even close. The diplo with its 2 plus years of aging puts the monty to shame. the monty is riddled with anoying aromas and flavors of amonia from the very first putt to the almost agonizing last puff. The diplo even had that ever so elusive cuban twang to it, the twang that seperates monties from all the others. The diplo had a more decadent tobacco mainstay and the different flavors and aromas are more than a subtle difference from the monty. I guess in all fairness to the monty if it is allowed to age to the age of the diplo i am sure it will come around. But with the diplos available with at least 3 years of aging already under its belt its a basic no brainer, buy the diplos to smoke now, and if you still want the montys buy them and put them away for at least 3 years. I have some no 4's from 2000 and 2001 and they are utterly fantastic, with that ever so elusive cuban twang. - Submitted by yesta grande on March 9, 2005

Review #54: Real nice cigar, quite a nutty taste with a full flavour. Good draw and excellent burn. GRTZ - Submitted by Jort on March 9, 2005

Review #53: One of my favorites. Straight up medium with nice flavors of coffee, vanilla, and a little spice. Goes great with an Irish coffee. - Submitted by Partagas Pete on February 19, 2005

Review #52: A very good habano!! A rich taste and a perfect body! - Submitted by Menno on February 18, 2005

Review #51: Fantastic ! I have smoked a piece of Che Guevara history. great tabacco, tipical of Montecristo, great smoke. When I want smoke, fast and handfree I decide every for this cigar. - Submitted by ANdrea! on February 10, 2005

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