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CI-MTH-3N5PK

Montecristo Platinum #3 5pk
5 1/2 x 44 - Natural - Pack of 5

$31.05 $34.50
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Strength:Medium
Shape:Corona
Country:Dominican Republic
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Montecristo Platinum #3 5pk

Montecristo Platinum #3 cigars present a rich-tasting departure from the ordinary by using a 3-nation long-filler blend rolled in a naturally sweet Mexican San Andres wrapper. Expect all that superb Montecristo smoothness and balance as earthy-spicy flavors abound from end-to-end. Order yours now.

full specifications
Strength:Medium
Shape:Corona
Size:5 1/2 x 44
Country:Dominican Republic
Wrapper Color:Natural
Wrapper Origin:Mexican
Wrapper Leaf:Habano
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Just right!
for Montecristo Platinum #3
by in on October 6, 2013

I need to get some more of these!

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91 consumer rating
Great Smoke. Could have a bit more aging
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by in colorado on February 26, 2013
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Outstanding smoke for the price. Shared with other smokers who thought they were great.

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92 consumer rating
Nice smoke, weird looking ash
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by in CT on June 17, 2010
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First time smoking the Montecristo Platinum #3 Single Cigar. I being a newbie tend to stick with the more mild cigars but was interested in stepping up to the medium bodied cigars. It was a rich smoke with a light leathery flavor. The more I puffed, the better the white clouds of smoke got. Although it seemed to burn unevenly and had and inconsistent looking ash, overall I did enjoy this smoke and I would recommend trying this cigar.

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71 consumer rating
Too young, not the normal Monte taste
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by in Southern California on June 10, 2010

Fellas, if you're in the market for a full-bodied cigar like a Rocky Patel, Carlos Torano, Trinidad, or likewise...oddly enough you should take a look at this Montecristo. I purchased this stick as a single and I loved the look and construction of this piece, and though it was impeccable in those categories, the burn and taste were downright shocking to me. If you've ever smoked montecristo cigars before, you know exactly the taste you are looking for when you buy one. That unique, creamy, honey-nutty flavor is second to none. This vitola had none of that. It tasted like a young, green, Trinidad toro and absolutely nothing like a Monte should. Upon lighting there was so much spice I knew I had picked the wrong cigar and from there, the flavors were reminiscent of the Rocky Patel Vintage 1992 line, but with less refinement. Once it cooled off, the beginning and middle of the cigar were dominated by a strong leather and earth with no sweetness that maintained course throughout. I had to put this cigar down without even reaching the final third as this was far from what I was expecting when I lit up. Aside from a one-dimensional, odd, and boring flavor the burn was erratic and looked like a mountain peak. One reviewer said this one needed time, and now that I think about it, hell it probably does. A humidor can smooth out this flavor profile but I sure don't see it becoming a cigar worthy of the Montecristo name. -Ken

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