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Por Larranaga Montecarlos

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (With cellophane) boxes of 25; (Without cellophane) boxes of 25.

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Review #35: This is now in the Habanos catalogue as a hand-made long-filler cigar, unlike the Por Larraņaga Panetelas, which remains a short-filler but 'hand-made' ... the Montecarlos is great fun as a slender but rather ultra-long cigar, mine was a bit rough-looking in cap & foot, bit of a tight draw at points tho didn't need to employ my cigar-piercing tool that I keep handy for thinner Cubans; was not super in flavour, but a very pleasant hour-plus smoke given the nice price point - Submitted by Beneluxor on December 10, 2016

Review #34: APR 14 I love these because I can't always afford Montecristo Especial's. These are straightforward, but have tons of smoke and burn great. They smoke for over an hour and are a little dry, which brings out more of the London style flavors that the true Isle's savant loves. The flavor are nutty and creamy, with a nice tobacco earthiness. The price is amazing and well worth it. - Submitted by owensinco on October 8, 2016

Review #33: SEP 14 I bought a box of these on a bit of a whim in Andorra. I am a huge fan of the picadores and also the French regional edition (I forget the name) So I thought for 75 euro - what the hell! I am glad I picked them up. At first I couldn't help but feel the size and shape a little redundant. First 5-10 mins are very light. But as I got into it, it developed well. Although this is never going to be particularly complex, it is silky smooth. Crisp burn and draw is great. Right down to the end. Its not going to rock your world or deliver a knock out punch but it is a very pleasing way to spend 35 minutes. I think I will keep these for the rare occasion I smoke in the morning. It would be great with a coffee mid morning. Well worth a try. Long panatelas and lanceros are often passed over and I hope they do not go extinct as fatter ring gauges are obsessed over these days. - Submitted by jumpfrog on June 15, 2016

Review #32: Beautiful and mild cigar, very mild I think and too tight. A cheap habano and no my favorite but you can smoke one of this in the morning. Three months in my humi is not enoug, maybe you need a year or two. - Submitted by sayidre on September 6, 2015

Review #31: MAY 13 i bought o box of 25.my first one , two days in the humidor was verry good.i really lie this cigar and i think it will be excellent with age. - Submitted by kamaz on May 7, 2015

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