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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 #20: This is THE cigar when it comes to a mareva! I love this cigar a little more each time I smoke one. A nice, full bodied smoke. A definite winner! - Submitted by Sean Downey on May 9, 2004

Review #19: A little slice of heaven - very close to perfection! - Submitted by Tutty on May 3, 2004

Review #18: It is no wonder that these cigars are among the best selling habanos in the world. Creamy flavor that reminds one of the #2 for about half the price of the big boy. I do agree that the '02 and '03 vintages are superb. I smoked some from '01 and they just aren't quite as good. I've found with these that you're ok if you get a good box, but like all cubans there are a few stinkers mixed in. - Submitted by peteando on May 1, 2004

Review #17: A good cigar, really good aroma. Its the small brother of the MT2. But let them aging in proper conditions for at least one year for the best enjoyment. - Submitted by mike on April 12, 2004

Review #16: Trouble with the Monty #4 being sold is that they are virgin. Must be held so that the flavours come out. I have one year olds and some as late a Feb 03, and they do not compete. Truly, they are a good stick with fine taste and rich aroma. People who let them sit in proper conditions will not be let down. - Submitted by Don Diego on April 11, 2004

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