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 maduro0 0
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.0 0
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.0 0
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.0 0