Montesino cigars are produced at Tabacalera A. Fuente, which is why the quality and flavor you'd expect from that heritage is present in every Montesino Napoleon Grande. All handcrafted using a blend of top-grade Dominican long-fillers and Connecticut Shade or Broadleaf wrappers, Montesino cigars are superb in every way including the price! Taste why Montesino cigars have become such a popular imported handmade premium selection.
A good solid cigar, I have tried many higher priced cigars, but always come back to this one as an everyday smoke, love the maduro10
I conjured up enough courage to try another one last Friday nite. It burned a little uneven, not bad though. Other than that a very satisfactory smoke. Can't believe that one and the next two came from the same bundle that the first one I smoked did.00
Just finished my first one. Not a very pretty cigar.Gave my cheek muscles a pretty good work out trying to get through this sucker, the only relief I got was to delay re-lighting it after finishing about half of this "ugly". I don't have words to describe the finish, only to say it can't be as bad as the bottle of listerine I'm heading for.00
I've been smoking cigars for years and still try different brands looking for the perfect stick. For just relaxing, or special occasions, I prefer La Gloria Cubana hands down. For golfing, or working in the yard, etc., give me a Napoleon Grande any time. Great taste, lots of smoke, easy draw is all I ask in a good stick. No matter how many brands I try, I always come back to a Napoleon Grande. Not always pretty to look at but always great taste! One can compare it to great sex with an ugly girl.00