Factory Vitola: Pirámides
Popular Vitola: Torpedo
Ring Gauge: 52
Lenght: 156 mm
Diameter: 20.64 mm
Weight: 14.26 gr.
Packaging Type: Dress Box of 10 cigars
Packaging Type: Dress Box of 25 cigars
Packaging Type: Cardboard Pack of 3 cigars
Box Code: ULA OCT 14 (CB of 25 cigars)
Release Date: A pre-1960
Status: Currently Available
Among the very complicated and tasty cigars on the market, the Montecristo No. 2 certainly has reputation beyond repute. I have to state it deserves this standing, since this is really a wonderful cigar when properly obsolete and when there aren’t any building problems.
I feel this is among those best selling stogies on the market, and it certainly has this best-selling look. Cigars within this box had an excellent look, using a chocolate wrapper like around the Petit Edmundos (I sometimes discovered No. 2so with considerably darker wrappers in different boxes).
It began fairly gentle in the first semester, with hot and creamy (surprising?) Personalities, then in the 2nd third I had been bombarded with wealthy and highly effective woody and cedar flavors. Montecristo No. 2 subsequently generated a tasty smoke and a mild pleasant burn in the back of my mind. In the last third, the rod maintained this beautiful strong palette of woody/leather tastes and gave me total satisfaction
Not overpriced, yet costly – and worth every cent.
I’m constantly left astounded by its own charm and power( and naturally Montecristo No. 2 would be the most stunning cigars in my humidor. It is very Difficult to keep them obsolete although (at least couple of years advocated ), I want to smoke them instantly:-RRB-