Montecristo White Rothchilde cigars present a luxurious cigar reminiscent of the original Havana Montecristos. A gorgeous Ecuadorian Connecticut Shade wrapper melds with a hearty Dominican-Nicaraguan tobacco core for a rich and satisfying smoke that's been called the Montecristo of Montecristos.
One of the best out there. I don t get the Lacks flavor posts. If you re mouth is burnt because all you smoke is straight ligero why would you attempt to smoke this?????? This is the belle of the ball. This is the girl you want to marry - not the girl you want to have a one night stand with. She s not wild, she s smooth, calm and comfortable, and gives you peace and quiet on a Sunday. Amazing with a cup of Joe or wine, milder scotches and singles. I hope the hur hur lots of flavor and strong nic crowd hates these. They ll be cheaper for guys like me who love them.
Ever since being introduced to the Montecristo White line, I've been proudly boasting my affinity for these succulent smokes. Flavors of rich, roasted coffee with a smooth draw. It's an easy, medium-bodied smoke, great for new and experienced smokers alike.
Best consistently constructed cigar. Leathery taste and creamy smoke. Forget about all those $30 high-fallutin' brands - you can't get any better than this
Purchased as a sampler. Lit this one right out of the delivery box. Has an excellent draw and burns perfectly. Plenty of smoke when you pull but not smokey sitting in the ash tray. Taste can be described as initially buttery and smooth. The further down you get, it becomes more earthy. Ash is a beautiful white with nothing falling off. My V cutter didn t work with this cigar, would not draw at all. I had to use the gillatine cutter.