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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 #30: I just depleted my stock of this popular cigar down to zero. To be honest, I don’t taste the fascination most people have in this marevas. A plunge cut is the only way to limit the draw to where it is not too easy or too smoky. I now reminisce of a tarry after taste. Maybe I got a mediocre lot. My next buy will be a single stick… one for a curious reminder of a path too well worn. - Submitted by Hoosierboy on July 31, 2004

Review #29: Weapon of choice. The cigar equivalent to the 'little black dress'. Very versatile, you can't go wrong with these, once you obtain a good box... - Submitted by Yessah on July 19, 2004

Review #28: Very dissapointed by this cigar. I tried a box of 5 last year and i bought a couple of singles this year. Last years were very vainy and poorly rolled. They tasted nice and slightly creamy after a few weeks resting in my humidor, but after the first 2 inches they became hot, burned uneven and the nice taste became tarry, even though i took it slow and easy. The more recent ones were a completely different roll, smooth wrapper and very box-pressed. They smoked exactly the same though. The creamy cocoa and nutty flavours were there, but soon became masked by a harsh tarry taste and burnt too hot. Not what I expected from the hype. - Submitted by A. Dyer on July 11, 2004

Review #27: Starts off strong and moves to a nice and creamy, rich blend. Good to the very end. A very nice short smoke, good one to enjoy on a nice clear breezy night - Submitted by JDub on July 10, 2004

Review #26: IMO this is the best everyday cigar, which I alternate with the San Cristobal El Príncipe. Very consistant from box to box, coffee and chocolate flavors strong enough not to be boring, with a very earthy finish. The ones from 2003 have been the best in years, like baby Monte no. 2's. - Submitted by Estrella on July 1, 2004

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