Originally introduced: 1935 Tobacco region: Vuelta Abajo Very soft, smooth and sweet, with a marvelous fragrance and class, fruity aroma handmade Mild/Medium Cuban
A wonderfully perfumed aroma, the Montecristo #4 has smooth round flavours of herbed spices and is full bodied and spicy.
These are generally milder than Cohiba, and have a characteristic aroma, created by storing leaves in as special cedar wood box. Starts off with a light floral taste, goes into subtle tastes of leather and cocoa then the last becomes very earthy and spicy.
Many consider the Montecristo #1 the finest Havana cigar in the world, devotees such as Tom Jones and Lord Lew Grade.
A smooth but full bodied cigar with a solid core of exotic spices, including cinnamon and nutmeg and a pleasing cedary finish.
A nice draw, full bodied and spicy with highlights of coffee, vanilla and even cocoa. Another very popular Montecristo cigar, great to have with a drink or coffee.
The Dumas is the smallest vitola in the new Montecristo 1935 series. Like the others in the 1935 series it is the most full bodied in the Montecristo brand. Dressed with 3 bands: the first is the standard, the second has the 1935 with its name and the last is at the foot of the cigar.
This is the third and largest in the new series from Montecristo, as with the other two vitolas it is the most full bodied from the brand. Like the other two it has three bands, the original standard, followed by the second indicating the series and vitola name plus one at the foot.
This is the second vitola in the new series from Montecristo 1935. the 1935 is the most full bodied of all the Montecristo brand and also the most premium. Has the standard Montecristo band wit ha second band indicating the series and the name of the cigar, plus a third band at the foot of the cigar.
These cigars are aged in natural cedar boxes, which madkes them smoother to the palete. Thanks to the years of rest with the cedar protecting them, the cigars retain the Montecristo characteristics with added touches of wood taste. These cigars were boxed 2008.
This is a Havana cigarillo that will surely entice you to try the larger sizes. Great while out walking or if you just want a quick shorter smoke.
Completely rolled by hand with long filler this Habano of the Dobles factory delivers the classic scent and taste Montecristo is renowned for. It is approximately a one hour smoke, it's length guarantees a slow pleasurable experience. Type: Robusto extra.
The classic bitter sweet tangy flavours that have made Montecristo the worlds most popular Cuban cigar brand.
The Media Corona has the taste that has made this brand the world s most sought after premium cigar, often described as tangy - certainly the flavour is distinctive.
they are deep coloured with a smooth wrapper, they have a perfect burn delivering rich yet mellow coffee notes and cedar flavours.
They have a similar flavour to the rest of the Open range as they are made from the same tobacco. Flavours of: leather, nutmeg, cocoa, vanilla and coffee bean - also notes of the Montecristo trademark tangy wood.
Very fresh and light smoke combined with wood and spice flavours. A cigar for the smoker who has the time to enjoy a big cigar.
Very fresh and light smoke combined with wood and spice flavours. A cigar for the smoker who has time to enjoy a big cigar.
Well constructed and of medium strength, this cigar has a toasted grain with a touch of honey finish. Creamy vanilla fills the back of the palate and cedar aromas wafts in the air.
Well constructed and of medium strength this cigar has a toasted grain with a touch of honey finish. Ideal for traveling as it comes in a cedar lined tube.
The Open Master is a medium bodied smoke and quite rounded. It has solid woody flavours, as secondary notes you can detect herbaceous flavours along with some coffee and bitter spice.
Similar flavours as the larger vitolas - leather, nutmeg, cocoa, vanilla and coffee bean with the trademark tangy wood notes.
This cigar has a nice format for a medium sized cigar. slight toast and chocolate with an easy draw.
This cigar has a nice format for a medium sized cigar, slight toast and chocolate with an easy draw.
When time is short but you just have to have your Montecristo #2 this is the answer. Same level of flavour and exceptional taste, but at 4 3/4" in length, it's over 1 1/2" shorter! Everything you would expect from a Montecristo #2, packed into a shorter smoke.
A rich and complex cigar, same ring gauge as it's bigger brother the Edmundo, but the tobacco leaves used are different.
A medium to full flavoured cigar with a woody finish, one of the top 3 cigars from this manufacturer.
Creamy and mild flavours throughout with lovely hints of cedar and light cinnamon.
Creamy and mild flavours throughout with a lovely hint of cedar and light cinnamon.