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Montecristo Petit Edmundo

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Petit EdmundoRing:52
Presentation: ??

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Review #14: I like it more than Petit Robusto HdM. Very good cigar. Power, body and taste well balance. - Submitted by spawn on March 12, 2007

Review #13: Hola. Yesterday my B&M vendor made me this nice gift, not released yet in Spanish market. After dinner, with a drop of Aquavit, I wrote the experience while smoking. Impressive dimensions due to it ring gauge. Well dressed in medium Colorado. Silky and oily wrapper with nice tact. It needs some care to cut and light for the above mentioned dimensions, it is a little but very thick cigar! Very good draw, not too open. I would say, a perfect draw for a 4 1/3 cigar. FIRST THIRD: Powerful with very rich flavours. Some bitter notes which do not disturb. Seems this new size cigar develops ‘old style’ aromas and flavours. SECOND THIRD: Elegant, wood, leather, and earthy notes are detected. No unpleasant smell in the room. Grey ash discs with some dark tones, not too compact. LAST THIRD: Creamy and powerful. Burns well along all smoke. 45-50 minutes of good smoking, almost asking for more. NOTES: Very good. I’d recommend it to all experts and initiated aficionados with less time to smoke. Maybe too difficult to newbies due the light care and strength. A cigar with very good qualities without being aged. It is difficult to predict how age acts on it. Maybe a couple of years resting in the humidor would be fine to round flavours and strength. - Submitted by olisiponense on March 7, 2007

Review #12: similar to ptit robusto...but taste...is mind blowing.. i didn't try it yet well will got it soon when it will b in the burning position - Submitted by cigarlounge on February 28, 2007

Review #11: Not a bad cigar by any means. Only thing is that for about $17 more you can get twice the tobacco in the regular size Edmundo. They are differant blends, but taste similar. I was hopeing for a $150 price as the HDM PRs. Still too pricey. - Submitted by habanohal on February 28, 2007

Review #10: Smoked one today, it is just the Edmundo cut shorter, but as they are new production the roll and blend quality are superb. Excellent cigar with impeccable burn and draw and medium flavours of sweet woods, ground coffee and a creamy beany background which is delicious. :-) - Submitted by A. Dyer on February 27, 2007

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