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Montecristo Montecristo No. 4

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Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #235: ---   Monty #4 was my first full box purchase 2 years ago. I've smoked half the box and have only had two bad ones. One with tight draw that I had to pitch at the halfway point, the other had terrible burn and unraveled a bit. Otherwise, I've found them to reward me with some interesting tastes. Leather, cedar, pepper, walnuts and one glorious time, blackberries. My last ten are going to sit and age for a few years, I'm sure they will yield some added character. - Submitted by bundwallah on April 12, 2010

Review #234: ---   This cigar has a nice smooth flavor right through, out of a pack of 5 one burned a little unevenly, but the rest were fine and tasted great - Submitted by Osbain on April 5, 2010

Review #233: --- 02 Unfortunately my experiences with the Montecristo brand in the last few years has been very disappointing. I bought several boxes of the No 4 from a duty-free airport shop at a very low price and soon found out why! Rolled as tight as a drum, burned hot and tasted awful. About 5 cigars per 25 were OK-ish; I kept back one box till a few months ago to see if a few years aging would help (they were 2002s, I think), but they were just as bad. The world's best selling Cuban cigar, but doesn't deserve its good reputation. - Submitted by winterbee on March 12, 2010

Review #232: ---   People rave about these cigars. They are widely available cheaply in Australia and frankly I think they taste kinda synthetic and bland. - Submitted by fuzzylogic on March 5, 2010

Review #231: FEB 04 lighting skill + aging = good result..... - Submitted by akumikuni on January 13, 2010

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