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Montecristo Montecristo No. 5

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

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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

Review #13: A good cigar, but the size limits the flavours that you would typically experience in a Cuban. Started off well, but you notice the lack of smoke in a draw. Then, just when the flavours start to get going well, it is done. Good for those pressed for time. Cheers. - Submitted by Bejamquinn on June 9, 2004

Review #12: Definitely, a superb short-time smoke. Slightly over-priced, but yet affordable, the MCs no.5 are a good companion of a turkish coffee, in a cloudy afternoon. Overtones of cocoa and leather, hints of pepper and, above all, the "Cuban tobacco" taste and flavour. Don't puff it too often, it will provide you 25 minutes of sheer delight. - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on May 16, 2004

Review #11: Very good little monster. Lots of the classic Montecristo flavors packed in a 25 minute smoke (properly smoked). Pepper and earth the first half, dark chocolate and espresso the second one. A bit expensive. - Submitted by Estrella on March 30, 2004

Review #10: A superbe litle piece with delicious cocoa and spicy flavours, the only down side is the short smoking time (a bit to short for me).Like Simon sayed: Smooth and very enjoyable! - Submitted by domi on March 24, 2004

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