Montecristo Classic Toro cigars present an already-classic smoke in a classic shape. These Dominican beauties boast stunning construction and draw, and unrivaled flavor and aroma. Its 52 ring is slightly larger than the average Toro, but you'll appreciate the extra heft once you're done.
For a light bodied stick they have a ton of flavor, I wasnt too impressed at first light but about a third of the way in the cigar really started to impress me. Definitely a go-to.
Cigar snobs don t like these because they are not from Cuba, but after 2 I find myself enjoying them quite a bit. My humidor is filled with the best cigars from Arturo Fuente, Davidoff, and Padron so I know good cigars. This one is a guilty pleasure as it has a perfect burm, draw, and wonderful thick smoke. It s mild to medium bodied with a buttery flavor at first that transitions to sweet to chocolate flavor that I enjoy. While it s not in the same league as my premiums, I find myself craving it and enjoying it to the nub.I think this one is underrated on average and not a bad smoke. If you like R%26J s then you should enjoy this for a cheap smoke
I m typically a full flavor full body guy but I found myself pleasantly involved in this stick. I thought the construction and draw was great. Definitely a great flavored stick. Definitely made well. Sure there are other cigars that cost a whole lot more but don t taste as great. This is a smooth one. If you have been curious about trying one I recommend you do. This is a cigar that I m sure will not disappoint