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Montecristo Montecristo No. 5

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Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:5,91 gr.Score:8.0
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #23: Big fan of this one. Picked up a few from my local tobacconist and was pleasantly surprised by the even draw, burn and ample smoke. Price was reasonable, and size allowed for a relatively quick smoke when there wasn\'t time for a fuller sized cigar. - Submitted by Digs on June 6, 2005

Review #22: I have alot of Nostalgia for these cigars. My parents bought me my first box in the south of France during summer time when I was only 24 and I\'d never tasted cuban tobacco like it. Before I\'d only tried numerous small sizes of various cubans but nothing special. The depth of flavour and aroma was trulely astounding and to this day montecristo is undeniably a cigar which my tastebuds find themselves one with. - Submitted by chilltocristo on April 5, 2005

Review #21: Lovely cigar, but I had one bad. It's draw was terrible and I had to light him several times. Still good brand. - Submitted by Jort on February 6, 2005

Review #20: A rich and spicy smoke that I just love. Robust flavors,with an aftertaste that smacks of farfel and ginseng. I recommend these to any serious smoker. - Submitted by JohnnieG on January 13, 2005

Review #19: The taste of this little one is almost like his bigger brothers. Full of flavour and very spicy yet creamy. It also has a very “earthy” taste. It’s a heavy cigar but never becomes unpleasant. The trick is to smoke it slow. Then it doesn’t get hot and u can enjoy this baby for about an hour. The price is very basic but the taste isn’t. Just buy a box of these cigars. It will set you back about € 100. - Submitted by Actionhost on January 13, 2005

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