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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 #98: MAY 08 10 I can't stop smoking these puppies!!!! Wood & coffee bean.. Perfect construction, nice even burn, and great draw.. try with some glas of Bunnahabhain... - Submitted by IMARK on February 17, 2011

Review #97: ---   MAR 09 -- The Montecristo Petit Edmundo is 4.33 inches with a 52 ring gauge. This is a short and stout cigar -- beautiful to behold. Construction is top notch with an expertly applied triple cap. The wrapper is a beautiful chocolate brown with almost no veins. At first I was taken aback by the size of the cigar. I have never smoked a cigar this small and was a little worried I was going to be disappointed by the experience, but I am happy to say my worries were unfounded. Smelling the Edmundo before cutting the cap the scent of sweet tobacco, grass and earth hits my nose. No barnyard, not one scent other than fine aged tobacco. I am really really excited to light this baby up. I cut the cap with a guillotine cutter and give it a dry pull. Sweet tobacco again, I am getting giddy. I toast the foot with my torch lighter and then give it a couple of pulls and she is lit. The draw is easy, yes! It takes the Edmundo about half an inch to get going. The first half an inch was dried tobacco and at this point I was worried this was not going to live up to my expectations. But right at the half inch to three quarters mark the flavors changed and the sweetness of the tobacco started to show. This cigar is really really smooth as well. Not a hint of spice in the first inch and it really made for a nice enjoyable/relaxing cigar. The next transition starts at about the half way mark. With the ash holding firm at two inches the spice starts to show up. I was purposefully smoking this cigar slow to keep it cool and extend out the experience, so the spice was not heat related. And, I am happy to say, the spice added to the sweetness of the cigar and the creaminess of the smoke. It turned out to be a wonderful transition that held to the end. At about the 3 inch mark I got a lapful of ash and the cigars heat jumped significantly. I put her down for a minute to cool her off and finished her right down to the nub. In all she lasted about an hour, which I was very happy about. This was my first Cuban cigar purchase and second CC that I have smoked. I loved the Petit Edmundo and look forward to the other 8 in my box (my buddy got one too). One of my future purchases will be the larger Edmundo, so that I can enjoy this blend for another 30 minutes when the occasion presents itself. Thanks for reading and happy smoking. - Submitted by Orion21 on February 16, 2011

Review #96: --- 07 This was what turned me onto cuban cigars. the last ones, all from a box from 07, where mostly underfilled, harsch smokes, without complexity. i'm really disappointed.Maybe they are just in their "sick period" - Submitted by arnehdhh on December 8, 2010

Review #95: ---   Talk about Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde! The last two cigars I had smoked were coincidentally two versions(presentation vise atleast) of the monty PE, one from a wodden box of 10 and the other from a tube, so I am going to write this review as a comparison between the two and score them as one(taking both performances in consideration). 1. tubed version - appearance: excellent, no veins, beautifull to look at, cap executed perfectly - prelight smell: wrapper has intense cedar and barnyard smell, foot has fresh herbal and fruity(sweet) smell -prelight draw: tobbaco flavor with intense black pepper bite on the lips - construction: top notch, the draw is free(but not too much so) while the burn is good and self correcting, big volume of smoke -flavor: hint of sweetness, cedar, wood, bread, leather, black peppper, herbs, sour note(bit acidity?), creamy notes, no harshness was present from start to end and the finish was long lasting -body: started medium-full and ended in medium -strenght: medium to medium-full -aroma: nice chocolate like -smoking time:1h 45min -price:13 Euro -score: 6(ok cigar but not great) 2. standard version - appearance: not the best, wrapper is lighter shade of brow with no sheen, cap - prelight smell: light cedar smell -prelight draw: herbal taste with intense black pepper on the lips - construction: bad burn and too opened draw -flavor: herbal taste, tobacco, leather, sour note(?), mushroom, meaty taste, stale tobacco taste -body: from med-full to light to medium in the last third -strenght: medium -aroma: chocolate like -smoking time:1h 10min -price:12 Euro -score: 2(only beacuse of the pleasant aroma) Althought I will be smoking this cigar one more time, reason being I have one left, it will for sure be my last Montecristo PE in the next few years to come. That being said I have grown fondness for the cuban tubed cigars and atleast to me this was just one more example that the tubed cigars are generally of better quality than the standard(naked) version. - Submitted by promajk on December 5, 2010

Review #94: ---   Dont buy these if you don't inspect them first. If you find a good one they are excellent earthy leathery nutty great taste, but most of the time they are simply average or poor. One of the most inconstinstant cigars out there together with the R&J churchill. - Submitted by danex on December 5, 2010

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