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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

Average user rating

Review #50: Solid everyday cigar. I smoke these when I want to save my Siglo II's. The Siglo II's are a significant step up and they should be. But the No. 4 is fine. Next trip I will try the Bolivar Petit Corona. - Submitted by Mooncake on January 30, 2005

Review #49: I just got a box yesterday and I had to smoke one the same night. Couldn't resist. This is a man's cigar! I smoked it right to the nub and it destroyed me. Even burn, good draw, good construction, and smooooth. Voluminous white clouds of creamy smoke. Very solid cuban. - Submitted by Striker on January 27, 2005

Review #48: I buy these in Cuba. Smoking one right now! Once a year I go down there and buy them at the factory store or at the resort tobacco stores. They are great to smoke on the beach or here at home in Canada. They taste great and give a really good nicotine rush. I guess that I am not that much of an expert but I like the trips and the cigars. Is there anything else that matters? There are cigar factory tours and you should see how they are made. I don't smoke cigarettes anymore but I sure like these. Go to Cuba for a holiday. Even Americans can go there if they are discreet and go through another country. Canadians have been hip to the place for a long time. it's the best deal in the Carribean. - Submitted by Jim Barron on December 24, 2004

Review #47: What can I say? It is the best selling habano in the world. If I had kept tags on dates, I could tell you when the demand overran the quality. Shop wisely. It is the best of the best, but don't play too much with the final 3rd. Sweetish, spicy, strong. Run away from the too spicy for they are out of standard. The construction should be slightly lumpy, moving to the dry. A good way to ascertain if it is not in a demand craze is the aroma,always woody, always sweetish. It takes time to recognize this quality since the literature confuses it with the "oily and spicy" which it is not. - Submitted by Alfredo on December 13, 2004

Review #46: Ok, firstly like any havana cigar you need to have the genuine article and also good quality. I only smoke cigars from my local tobacconist which prides itself on it's top quality EMS havanas and storage. I have smoked some No. 4 from other places which to some might appear to stock quality havanas but they do not, and they are certainly not EMS (if they are even genuine). They were poor and I did not enjoy them at all. Now I have found my new tobacconist every havana I smoke is enjoyable, just in different degrees. So beware when you review a cigar that you have not tasted a fake or one from the bottom of the barrel shipped to slack suppliers. Real Monte No.4 are delicious, creamy cigars with sweet leathery, coffee and cocoa flavours. Ageing does them the world of good, removing slight acid tastes and rough notes and balancing them beautifully, as well as improving burn and draw qualities as with any puro. - Submitted by A. Dyer on November 21, 2004

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