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Montecristo Petit Tubos

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Montecristo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.6
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #33: Indeed, the petit tubos is the "same" as the Monte 4, but the general quality of tubos is much higher than boxed naked sticks. 9/10 - Submitted by Franz-Eric on December 28, 2008

Review #32: JUN 08 This cigar has the potential of being a great smoke, but it needs time to mature. It was a little tight with nice flavors of cocoa and coffee beans. - Submitted by LOMNHERNANDEZ on December 26, 2008

Review #31: I've previously slated the Monte brand having smoked too many of their plugged cigars. However, I was gifted a couple of these recently and they have begun to restore my faith in the brand. Both smoked beautifully and that trademark coffee and cream came through abundantly. They are the best Monte's I remember smoking but you wouldn't put yout best in tins. I'll have to pick up an Edmundo sometime. - Submitted by CastroGTX on December 18, 2008

Review #30: As is often the case with a cigar commonly available in single format, or contained within a tube, it tends to appeal to the inexperienced smoker. This is unfortunate, as the Petit Tubos (No.4s) are rather too stronger smoke to make an ideal beginner's smoke. Thi said, i have always found them to be the ideal travelling partner, with a rich and fairly complicated smoke. It is a cigar that provides enjoyment, without making the demands that a more complicated, stronger cigar makes on the smoker. the score that i have given, is intended as a reflection of the cigar's general performance and character, for it would score lower on flavour alone. Very good consistency (far better than the No.4), a rather tightly packed cigar, so draw requires a little effort. I wholeheartedly reccomend this cigar to those who want to smoke whilst travelling, and those who want a relaxing smoke. - Submitted by MJCW on January 8, 2008

Review #29: i was surprised when i smoked one of these as they are the same as cuba's largest production cigar, they have nice complexity, a good medium-full bodied cigar that is enoyable after a good meal - Submitted by Simon M on August 22, 2007

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