Montecristo No.4
Montecristo / Montecristo No.4
Length: 5 1/8" | Ring Gauge: 42
Strength: Medium to Full | Vitola: Marevas
£19.90 15% since 1st April 2022

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This has been my go to cigar for a long time, mainly because I didn't know any better and I was not in a financial position to explore many other cigars. Its a good solid cigar all round, nothing outrageously special but nothing wrong with it either. I take these to weddings and birthdays as they are good to pass out to people who otherwise would not smoke and know its not going to hit them in the face like a brick and make them not want to finish. I do have some inconsistencies from time to time with the burn but the draw is always top notch.
A good value for money cigar that will take anywhere from 35-45mins depending on how often you puff per minute, I generally book in some time with myself for smoking and don't rush so my times might not reflect the average smokers times.
Cant fault it overall, just a good consistent cigar.

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Punchy, aromatic and a guaranteed win. This is your Ruud Van Nistelrooy over Denis Bergkamp. Goals guaranteed but maybe minus some magic. 4/5 and worth a go

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A smooth and mild cigar for a relaxing afternoon. Even burn, plenty of smoke, lovely construction and a great draw. Perfect cuban taste and value for money.

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464. Montecristo No. 4 Aged 2013

2020-04-04/ ANDREDIAS95

From my own collection.

Location: This review was made indoors in Mellgrens Fine Tobacco’s cigar lounge.

Wrapper: Cuba
Binder: Cuba
Filler: Cuba

Size: 5×42, Petit Corona (Mareva).

Wrapper: Milk chocolate, oily and smooth with tiny veins.

Construction: Firm even feel when lightly squeezed.

Cold draw: Light chili pepper note and cedarwood.

1st third: Starts with a cedarwood dry note, followed by espresso and 70% dark chocolate.

2nd third: No distinct changes.

Burn: Burns sharp with a firm and a bit unstable grayish ash.

Smoke: Voluminous smoke with a medium heat feel on the tongue and a light draw.

3rd third: Gets a bit stronger towards the end, the flavours are the same but a notch up from before.

Duration: 17:45-18:45, 1h.

Conclusion: A mild to medium bodied cigar with a medium strength profile.

Result: In my book this is an 89 point cigar.

/Cigar Reviewer André

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I have smoked at least 100 of these cigars which is thanks to Norwegian duty free at Olso airport. It is worth smoking if it is in the humidor but it is not a cigar to get excited about. Toasty, warming but not too much of a pocket rocket.