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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 #28: JUN 09 I am agree with BonVivant. After 3-5 years are better then more expensive cigars. Good daily smoke now. - Submitted by kml on July 10, 2013

Review #27: SEP 08 Gorgeous wrapper, perfect even burn and toasty honey nut flavors in a elegant package - always a treat after 3-5 years on it - simply delicious. A consistant cigar throughout decades. - Submitted by BonVivant on May 26, 2013

Review #26: MAR 05 Contrary to what is shown here, the Monte Carlo has not been discontinued. The machine made version was stopped in 2001, and the hand made version began in 2002. I am most of the way through a box of 2005s. They are sweet and mild and have the characteristic Por Larranaga caramel taste. Not a complicated cigar, but these are generally available for a great price. Well worth the value. - Submitted by Professor Twain on February 6, 2013

Review #25: piacevolissimo sigaro da passeggio, da finire seduti davanti ad una tazza di caffè,senturi di mandorla e miele - Submitted by goethe66 on November 22, 2012

Review #24: NOV 91 A narrow and toothy cello wrapped cigar with a veiny,dark and spotty wrapper. The flavours are mild, predominantly cedar and tobacco with just a hint of spice. Starts of floral and fruity with hints of honey. There is black pepper and walnuts. It became more interesting around the second third when some nutmeg, banana-like flavours crept in. Around the halfway mark, there was some minty hints and whisky, although more Lowlands than Speyside. Imagine a youngish Rosebank or Littlemill. Some leathery taste crept in around the last quarter. The aftertaste was short, mainly cedar and black pepper with a tingly mouthfeel. Flavours were mild and not overpowering. Never harse, the texture of the smoke was velvety and chewy. Burnt evenly all 50 mins yielding a dense dark gray ash. The draw was tight yet it still emitted clouds of smoke. Overall, an interesting mild bodied and strength but deceptively long cigar. Evidently on the downhill progression. I guess some cigars are not meant to be aged. I will make it a point to smoke the remaining two out of the same box in the near future. - Submitted by sengjc on March 19, 2010

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