I opened a new box of Montecristo Petit Edmundo from 2013 and I just loved the beautiful oily wrapper and the look of the old band. A lot of people dont like the old band because they feel that it looks cheap but I love it because is a simple design.
Many cigar companies focus more on the decoration of their bands and boxes than on the quality of their cigars.
Some of the best cigars I ever smoked used simple bands and come inside simple boxes.
The cigar begins quite earthy as usual with a Montecristo, fresh herb notes and very smooth.
The flavour developed into a woody and black pepper taste but with a sweet smoke at the same time.
The cigar finishes with a full bodied strength, very rich earthy and herb taste with the classic Montecristo pepper notes.
This is a great sized cigar for 35-40 minutes smoke, which I found smother in comparison with other Montecristo sizes.
Perfect with an espresso or a dram of C.gars Cigar Malt after lunch.
David. Turmeaus Est 1817 Cigars and Whisky Liverpool.
by alex on Thursday 03 July, 2014
Petit edmundo ..what a lovely smoke, for me personally it was light to medium in flavour but it had a bit of class about it, quite an elegant smoke.the one I had was a little under filled but I won't hold that against it.it burned maybe a bit quicker because of that yet the flavour was lovely.spicey peppery with caramel and milk chocolate.i have strong black coffee with all my cigars I smoke.being an ex chef, what brings flavour out is heat.hot strong coffee for me really accents and brings out the flavours in a cigar.leaves a lovely taste on the lips and as with most cigars for me the flavours and taste hang around for many hours after.so I can really enjoy the whole smoking experience which is more than just the duration of the cigar.id happily have more petit edmundos But first im going to try its big brother the edmundo.stick half a dozen or a box of these in your humidor you won't go far wrong.perfect smoke either in the morning or early afternoon . seriously lovely.
by Josh on Wednesday 15 January, 2014
First off. Montecristo are by far my favourite Cuban brand. Short robusto's are my favourite too, so what does this combination give you? I'll tell you. That typical Monte Edmundo flavour is classic, the shorter length intensifies the experience tenfold, heavy and deep earth with deep espresso like coffee notes with a sweet cream on the finish, this slowly changes as you reach the middle, a slight cayenne like spice mixing with that earth and cream really hits you full on, and it's goodbye present is an intensified spice, a little too much for me but nevertheless.
One of my all time favourites.
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