Montecristo White Toro 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.
Love this cigar. It s my new number one cigar now. The price is just outrageous for a box. Im rating this 100 all the way
I bought the 5 pack Montecristo toro sampler just to try them out and I didn t expect much. The Montecristo Montecristo brown band white fleur de lis was the best I had up till this point including the Monte , but I saved the White and Platinum for last. After over two months in the humidor I finally fired up my White tonight and was blown away. From the first light it was awesome and stayed that way until the end. Like all Montecristo it has a perfect draw, smoke and ash - textbook in fact. However, this one has a great slightly sweet chocolatey flavor that is super smooth. The toro was a long smoke too - I dragged it out to nearly 1:45 mainly because I was savoring it and smoking it slow so it wouldn t overheat. I enjoyed the flavor so much I went extra slow.I had a Arturo Fuente Hemingway Classic after because I m a Hemingway fan, but I was so disappointed with the Hemingway after smoking this that I m going to look for a way to trade my Hemingway s for the Montecristo White!This beats the Monte, Epic, Classic aka Yellow Box nasty , and even the Montecristo Original. This is a full flavor cigar but a mild cigar from a nicotine kick standpoint too.
This is the best cigar I've smoked in a long time, and has commanded its own reserved spot in my humidor. The construction was flawless, draw was perfect, and the taste! I couldn't get enough of it. I fired the stick up before I left to go out for lunch and had barely made a dent in it when I sat down to order. I figured I'd put it out when the food came. Well, I tried, but I couldn't stop picking it back up. I ended up making a concession, and finished lunch with my sandwich in one hand and the Montecristo in the other. It's really that good.