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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 #108: I agree with post #105 that the P.E deserves a higher overall score.I very rarely find a "bad" one and this only has to do with minor draw issues,some have just a bit too tight draw,some just a bit too loose.This has an effect on final taste and unavoidably judgment,but most importantly the majority is just perfect,and on these I will base my comments,by simply saying that this -for me- is probably the best Montecristo I have ever smoked,prefering it slightly more,even than the Edmundo.Everything a high-class cigar should have is "embodied" in this great P.E. A must have in my humidor, permanently. - Submitted by pancig on May 20, 2013

Review #107: sigaro importante, pieno e vigoroso - Submitted by goethe66 on November 14, 2012

Review #106: One of my absolute favorites. I go through a box every other month. Never without this little beauty - Submitted by Cohiba007 on August 3, 2012

Review #105: Always a pleasure to smoke this one. Strange its not ratet higher, must be inconsistency in construction. The taste is not so rich and refined as with the Monte A, but the great flavours it has puts it above most other cigars at its size. Quite low priced as well, and a cigar, if it dont have any burn problems, most cigarsmokers will enjoy. Ive read that the Petit Edmundo and the Edmundo have the same blend, but to me this little brothers great tastes of chocolade and coffe and delightful bittersweet flavours makes it superior to the Edmundo. - Submitted by gentle_rebel on July 29, 2012

Review #104: My favorite little cigar! Excellent. - Submitted by Boz on June 10, 2012

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