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Montecristo Petit Tubos

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

Average user rating

Review #28: Anyone who is familiar with smoking cubans will have definitely tried the no.4 since these seem to be the staple entry level cigar. For this reason I had never given the petit tubos a try before, since I knew that they were the same as the no.4. I was curious to try one however to see if the quality was greater and yes this turned out to be true. The petit tubos have a much greater consistency to quality, however they are also more expensive. The only other thing with the tubes is that you lose that box pressed shape but this for me is not important. There is something odd about cigars that are offered in singles and tubes, the tubes are always better. I have always found this to be the case with many cigars. If the tubes are only slighty more expensive in your area, I suggest you go with them for a better smoke. - Submitted by Gillette on August 1, 2007

Review #27: i normally enjoy this as an easy cigar with the distinctive monte charm but i have to say i just smoked such a dry mess. better smoke a no4 from a humidor where is can gain taste from other cigars. - Submitted by prd0042 on May 26, 2007

Review #26: Le premier tiers laisse une douce impression de légèreté. La fumée est crémeuse. Un goût que l'on puisse espérer seulement de Montecristo. Habituellement, je préfère un mélange de saveur plus complexe d'épices, comme les grands crus de Partagas. Mais je garde toujours en réserve dans mon humidificateur quelques-unes de ces Montecristo Petit Tubos. Ce sont des classiques ! - Submitted by Guillaume on April 28, 2007

Review #25: Nice flavor, but the draw was TERRIBLE! I had to puff so hard, it was all too much. I tossed it, which was a shame since it is 8 euros a stick. But to give credit where it is due, the taste was nice and rich, but the cunstruction should have been much better. I would like to try it again but there are too many others out there at that price range here in Frankfurt. - Submitted by Jimbo on April 27, 2007

Review #24: petit tubos by montecristo was my first cigar.A very intresting cigar with spicy flavour.My favourite cigar from montecristo because you can smoke it all the houres of the day.A perfect choice if you want to start the explore of the strongs flavours - Submitted by trimmial on February 14, 2007

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