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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 #18: In the category Ďin-betweení cigars one of the best Iíve smoked so far, maybe THE best. Itís a small cigar, yet smokes for about 50-60 minutes when slowly puffed. Itís taste is mostly peppery spice, but some chocolate and coffee can also be distinguished. Of course, the taste is bound by the limitations of a small cigar. When puffed to hard, it tends to get a bit harsh. Smoke this one slowly and your reward is a great cigar with that typical Cuban taste! - Submitted by Bolivar on January 10, 2005


Review #17: One of my favourite lunchtime cigars. Need some age, flavour is creamy yet spicy and goes from cedar and nutty flavours to more toasty and dry earth. gets hot near the end, but if you smoke it slowly it's great after lunch with a strong creamy coffee. - Submitted by A. Dyer on December 5, 2004


Review #16: A review done in "thirds" of the cigar. 1/3: Sweet and light spice. 2/3: Light spice fades in and out. 3/3: Evolves to a medium spice that slowly fades out. Comments: spices can hit you a bit hard sometimes with the threat of almost becoming harsh...but thankfully never does quite get there. - Submitted by Deen on October 12, 2004


Review #15: Very nice one, good draw, with various tastes. The last half tasted very meaty. Anyone who doesn't have a vast amount of time for enjoying their cigar should definitely consider this one. - Submitted by Paul J on September 20, 2004


Review #14: I'm no cigar buff, but I thought this cigar to be quite delicious. As said here by others, it starts off quite spicy then becomes chocolaty. It lasted all through my 20 minute car ride, then a few minutes after. A word of advice: don't inhale too much, as it goes straight to your head and stays for a long time. - Submitted by Arthur on July 10, 2004


This cigar spans 23 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 [20] 21 22 23



 
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