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    Montecristo Petit Edmundo

    $286 $237

    Montecristo Petit Edmundo

    • Cepo: 52
    • Length: 110mm
    • Strength: Medium to Full
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    Brands: Montecristo
    Montecristo
    SKU:MC-PE
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    Description

    The Montecristo Petit Edmundo is a well known classic from Montecristo. It is a (52 Ring Gauge – 110mm long). The Montecristo Petit Edmundo is a regular production from this brand.

    At Montefortuna Cigars you will also find the Montecristo nº2Montecristo nº3 & the Montecristo nº4.

    The Montecristo Cigars at Montefortuna Cigars are becoming a wide selection available. Place your order from anywhere in the world.

    Brand

    Montecristo

    Probably the most famous cigar brand. It was founded in 1935 and the name was inspired by the Alexander Dumas’s book “The count of Monte Cristo”. They are characterized for its strength (medium to full). The Montecristo Cigars are filled with tobacco from the Vuelta Abajo region, known as the best tobacco in the world. Montecristo has 3 lines: Línea Clásica, Línea Open and Montecristo Petit Edmundo and you will find them at Montefortuna Online Cigar Boutique.

    Additional information

    Cepo

    52

    Length (mm)

    110-120

    Strength

    Medium-Full

    Units

    Box 10, Box 15, Box 25

    1 review for Montecristo Petit Edmundo

    1. Brian Prentice (verified owner)

      Pre-light/Construction: Reminds me of a NUB. Milk chocolate brown hue, light visible seams, triple cap. Hay from the wrapper and cedar and cocoa from the foot. Punch cut leaves a good draw delivering cedar and vanilla.
      First Third: Vanilla, cream, cedar, leather and pepper all present, adding orange and honey occasionally. Flavorful but very mild. Erratic burn early but manageable. Smoke output is continuous though light. End of the first third settles with fewer notes, mainly cedar and light cream.
      Middle Third: Cedar and leather are the lonely pair through most of the middle third. Cream appears and leaves just as quickly. Burn has corrected nicely and ash still holding at 2 inches.
      Final Third: No changes in the final third, an uneventful finish.
      Overall: A marked difference between this and my experience with the #2 and #4. I hope to try this again with a drink pairing to accentuate its flavors.

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