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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 #8: This is an "ok" habano, nothing special about it, burns nice, has nice Monte taste, but it gave me the feeling it was unidimensional. Would defenitely go for the bigger tubo. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on January 6, 2005

Review #7: Very good cigar. I really enjoyed the first 2/3 of it. The last tird is a bit stronger but still a good smoke. Not too expensive for daily smokers. Aged very well. - Submitted by Makaveli on January 6, 2005

Review #6: My first Cuban. Bought some yeesterday in Doha Qatar. After a horribly crooked cut and a five minute lighting job done under a tarp in the wind and rain I was rewarded with the finest smoke of my life. Strong for my amateur taste with a medium pull that would not canoe no matter how hard the wind blew and only dropped two ashs. The odor and taste went together smoothly. Rich, dark, daring me to take just one more puff before I let it go. Strong expresso and dark chocolate were some of the tastes that sank into my senses as the cigar burned from end to end. I am looking forward to purchasing some more. The Cedar lined tube makes transport no problem until I can get them home again. - Submitted by Turk182 on December 17, 2004

Review #5: I've had a few of these Montecristos now and, while this is obviously a good cigar; rich aroma, excellent wrapping and faultless burn, they are also powerful and (as another review notes) can get very harsh in the last third. If you like your smokables to be heavy, this should suit you well. If you prefer something a little smoother, these are perhaps something you should work up to - but DO try them. - Submitted by Grodo on August 13, 2004

Review #4: Excellent puro. The Petit Tubos had a lovely triple cap and a gorgeous, rich chocolate wrapper. Once lit it had an earthy aroma and had hints of cocoa and coffee. Wonderful draw with an even burn. I have had the #4 on several occasions and have found the brand to be very consistant. Bought this box in Iraq on deployment for an excellent price. These babies sure help make the place a little more enjoyable. - Submitted by Richard T. Wilkerson on May 28, 2004

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