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With 10 boxes left, this is your last chance to own a box of Cohiba Supremos 2014, there are no more on the market and no more in our stock. Only one per person will be allowed so there will be 10 lucky customers, only to returning customers. In the case we get more orders, the first orders to come in will be served.
The Linea Edmundo grows with the arrival of the new vitola, the Double Edmundo (ring gauge 50 and 155 mm length). This Habano will allow the classic blend of the Linea Edmundo's full spectrum of aromas and flavors to be enjoyed in an hours smoking time. This vitola was developed for those who are able to enjoy their cigars at a more leisurely pace. The Montecristo Double Edmundo incorporates the new Montecristo bands, which pays honor to the classic look of the brand. The Double Edmundo comes in to complete the line of Edmundo and Petit Edmundo.
The Montecristo Double Edmundo incorporates the new Montecristo bands, which pays honor to the classic look of the brand.
Sticky and spicy, the cigars meanders its way up to a stronger level in the second phase. Interesting notes of cocoa appear as you enter the final phase of this cigar.
Powerful tobacco finish. This is a cigar that will bet much better with age, so if you have the time, lay them down for a couple of years.
This big cigar looks more powerful than it is. Surprisingly mild, the Montecristo Edmundo, one of the newer vitoles of the Montecristo family, has all the recognizable traits of the brand, but delivered in a gentle warm smoke, especially in the first phase of the cigar. Some power kicks in during the second and third phase, but not to the extent that one would expect for a cigar of this size (52 diameter). This cigar will need some resting time if it is to reveal the true potential of its blend.
With a traditional and tested blend, this cigar is designed with a heavy ring gauge (52 diameter) and a suitable length for today's rushes (135 mm in the length).
The aroma of this firm Habano, perfectly balanced with its characteristic medium to full flavor will arise even greater enthusiasm among the faithful smokers of Montecristo brand.
Some power kicks in during the second and third phase, but not to the extent that one would expect for a cigar of this size. Pleasant.
Another of the 'Short' cigars being produced by Habanos S.A. for today's smokers. Big diameter (52, like the Edmundo), but in a small body which allows the smoker to jump directly into the power of the cigar. It is rapid and you will need a trained palate to pick up on the flavors through the quickly increasing power. An ideal cigar to have a to work for a quick break. All the complexity of a Classic Cuban in half the time.
The Petit Edmundo is a very generous and flavorful cigar, a medium strength smoke to be smoked slowly in regular puffs to avoid heating up.
A fat shorty cigar for a quick load of Cuban taste: sweet, earth and nuts. Experienced smokers may pick up on vegetal and herbal notes.
Small in length, big and bold in intensity. The end can come quickly, so watch out!
Released for 2010 and for the first time a Canonazo size carrying the Montecristo label instead of the Cohiba one, an important move by Habanos to mark the importance of the Montecristo brand placing it in the top of the Cuban cigars grid. By far the most popular of the 2010 EL's, this cigar is only available in small stocks.
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