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Montecristo Montecristo No. 5

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Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:102
Format:PerlaRing:42
Weight:5,91 gr.Score:8.0
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #68: MAR 08 Just got a box fresh in the mail. These babies are smoking great. The draw is a bit loose on them but tons of classic Monte flavor in a small package. Lots and lots of smoke I dont think this box will last long. - Submitted by Lukeluke on September 3, 2008


Review #67: Great little smoke similar in taste with n.4 . Great condtruction , perfect draw and smooth smoke .It starts mild and gets spicy after the half.Typical monte flavor ... - Submitted by domen on August 22, 2008


Review #66: JUN 08 Very best sigar. Small for short smoke session. Perfect to bring at walk. - Submitted by andreadp on June 10, 2008


Review #65: AUG 07 Bought a box in Veradaro in April (AGO07 code) and have managed to smoke 10 or so from it so far. Excellent construction with a range of wrapper colors that extended to almost maduro dark for 2 of the 25. Only 1 out of that 10 has been a less than perfect draw. The offender was a bit tight, nearly plugged but it relaxed in the last half. Excellent cigar for those spots in your day where you have a half hour to spend with a smoke. Pre-light was subtle and leathery. First third I found peppery and a bit harsh for my taste. Passing the halfway mark evened things out a bit and I found it to be very pleasant with nutty and coffee flavors abounding. An excellent example of the MC flavor. The last third packed a punch and the nicotine rush was substantial, more than I expected from such a small stick. All in all, I see myself replacing this box with more MC #5's. Pairs well with vintage port or scotch. - Submitted by GuitarsAndCigars on May 15, 2008


Review #64: This cigar is a perfect draw every time. It is sharp and spicy from the first draw and mellows out toward the middle and finishes up with a full, smooth earthy cacao tone. The only problem is you don't feel quite ready to let it go when it is finished all too soon. Perfect for a luchtime smoke goes very well with dark chocolate and espresso. Have yet to be disappointed and am into my second box of 25. - Submitted by Irländsk on February 23, 2008


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Montecristo Montecristo No. 5


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