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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 #23: Nice cigar, had one a few nights ago. Thought the draw was a little difficult, but a fine aroma and flavour. Somewhat hard to keep lit, unusual for montes - Submitted by mcno4 on February 12, 2007

Review #22: I tried one of these a couple of days ago. HAve to say I was impressed. Didn't burn particularely well, but had a rich aroma and taste. A good cigar for your money. - Submitted by Jonfrommitchell on December 10, 2006

Review #21: positives: great sweet and spicy taste, strong smoke, excellent shape and wrapper, even burn negatives: too tight, gets too hot from 1/3. Got one bought in Cuba and one from Prague, Czechia. - Submitted by Trilobeat on June 22, 2006

Review #20: I had the opportunity to try the tubos while in Kuwait and Iraq. I have also had numerous MC#4's, both from cedar box of 25 and cardboard box of 3. I recommend the tubos 1st, cardboard container, then the cedar box. Seems that the best of the batch are placed in tubes. All of the cedar boxes that I have bought had fairly dry wrappers. The tubos and boxes of 3 both had oily wrappers. All, but the tubos, required aging in the humidor for some time(3-6 months) before they had the renowned flavor of the #4. The 3x boxes that I purchased had the old bands - should be prior to 03, and were the most flavorful and definatley lived up to the hype. Beware that as many as #4s that are produced, quality is hard to control - thus the vast swing in rating. Once you get a good batch, they are hard to beat. - Submitted by tolije on April 7, 2006

Review #19: I am a fairly new smoker and heard much about the notority of the Montecristo brand. I found it to take alot out of me. Alot of work for little smoke. The first half tasted O-K. The middle gave a fairly plesent tast and aroma. At this point the cigar began to be a bit too much for me and had to put it down. I may be more interested in the cigar once I can finish one. - Submitted by spolik on March 15, 2006

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