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Montecristo Montecristo No. 5

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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 #43: This perla is perfect for the time inhibited cigar lover. It embodies excellent quality; there is no need to douse this smoke, because it is terse-yet fulfilling. I'm buying another box... - Submitted by HUC on March 17, 2007


Review #42: I have smoked a lot of #5s... In fact, I probably wrote a review here some time ago to say it was a great little smoke... But the last one I had wasn't that great at all.... Dry, austere, not a lot of depth, just a plain poor cigar... It was brand new, which means the ones I used to like 2-3 years ago must be smoking beautifully now, but I definitely wouldn't stock up on the ones hitting the market now... - Submitted by Smokin' Phil on February 25, 2007


Review #41: Some time ago, I swore off buying Cuban cigars, because in my opinion, they were way overpriced for what I got. Now I've just smoked a MC #5, and I may have to rethink my decision. This cigar was wonderful, and I now understand what people mean when they say a cigar was " spicey, peppery ". This was a very satisfying smoke, with great flavor, perfect draw, good burn, and clouds of delicious smoke with every puff. It lasted almost an hour, and I may just buy a few more hours of cigar heaven. - Submitted by W. Merrifield on February 17, 2007


Review #40: A superb small cuban with all of the Montecristo flavor and punch. I have smoked several boxes of these from differing years and they have been remarkably consistent. Nice construction, excellent draw and even burn. The flavor is typical Montecristo with spice, cream, bitter-sweet tobacco flavor, and undertones of leather and cedar. Highly recommended for a short smoke, although it will last for 45 minutes if smoked slowly. - Submitted by McSmoke on February 16, 2007


Review #39: Having smoked a few of these recently, I find they are VERY consistant in both flavour and construction and seem to exhibit none of the draw problems that can be sometimes be found on the MC #4's. Admirable whilst fresh and easily smoked young - I must say that I am beginning to get a taste for younger cigars. Don't think these will get much humidor time before they are gleefully smoked...! Overall, great MC taste in a small package and very strong for its size! - Submitted by XBO on February 1, 2007


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