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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 #88: OCT 06 I've had these hiding in the back of the humidor, in the backburner section, after the first few disappointed in their youth. All well constructed, but pure leather, strong, pretty harsh, no real flavour, bah humbug. Then last year I pulled one out and there was something there, it had mellowed out, and some nice flavour to boot. And the most recent one was finally what i'd been waiting for, a good cigar. Still big leather, but nice cedar overtones, with some cab sauv fruitiness. A mix of MC#2 wood, MC#5 twang and mongrel, and RyJ floral touch. Then surprise surprise, a large dose of stewed fruit joined the party, sweet peaches and a touch of tart apricots. It finished off back where it started, with some extra oak. Still some ageing potential there but finally performing well. - Submitted by frenchkiwi on July 23, 2010

Review #87: ---   I first sampled one of these lovely smokes from Turmeaus in Chester. Lovely oily wrapper and delicous pre-light smell. The torcedors really pack this smoke tight with leaf, but the draw remains delightful. I find that some boxes can pack quite a powerful punch whilst others do not. Flavours remain the same, however. Creamy, coca start that develops into a little spice and strong leather with the classic Monte' tangy/bitter/sweet throughout. One of my favorite smokes. - Submitted by Cigarist on April 20, 2010

Review #86: NOV 08 This review relates only to the construction and NOT to the flavor. It is due to construction problems that I have given the low score. Smoked the first 2 from a box of 25 and was disappointed by both. Though they looked and felt like they were well constructed, both had an EXTREMELY loose draw, and both canoed with no auto-correction whatsoever taking place. Correcting the burn several times in a row only delayed the inevitable by a few minutes. A Montecristo with a lopsided burn not only prevents you from enjoying your smoke, but is also a sad sight that one should not have to deal with in a premium cigar on any make. - Submitted by Alybaba on March 22, 2010

Review #85: ---   I had my second Montecristo Petit Edmundo today. The last time I tried one was 2 yrs. ago and it canoed on me I had to consign it to the waste bin. This one today fared a little better but still canoed really badly. It started out good with an even burn for the first 1/4 of it but after that it went down hill. Lots of smoke and a good monte flavour but the canoeing was horrendous. Maybe 3rd times the charm, and the next one will be great. Fingers crossed. For now I will stick with RyJ Short Churchills or Cohiba Robusto's for my Robusto fix. - Submitted by jdelrizzo on March 12, 2010

Review #84: ---   Once of the finest rolled sticks I've seen, with a great dark, oily wrapper. Starts with a solid draw, but bordering on the airy side coupled with creamy chocolate flavours. I find the smoke to be medium in strength. Takes on a more woody taste in the second third. Typical Monte flavors begin to show in second, but definitely sweeter than the standard - calms in strength, lighter side of mild (actually make that mild) Final third was pretty mild, and lost its punch. I've must say that I prefer the box of MC4's I have. Burn was very clean, minor touch up required at the beginning. Pared with Glenfiddich. Good smoke, but would go for the Hoyo PR. I have two other singles hope they're better, but I wouldn't be too disappointed if they turned out the same. Decent flavour, but lacks punch...especially at the end. After taste on the palate highly apparent for a mild smoke...love the Cuabns. Smoke time...1hr 15min,,,I know I nurse them...guess I'm a carebear at heart. Would grade this a 7.5/10 if I could, but rounded up. - Submitted by bmynn on March 9, 2010

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