Montecristo’s Double Edmundo has been launched in 2013, following in the wake of the successful releases of the progenitor Edmundo (2004) and the smaller Petit Edmundo (2006). Its vitola de galera and its size place it in the “international” sizing as a Toro. It is sold both in Semi Boite Nature boxes (SBN) of 10 or 25 pieces, and in 3-count packs.
The cigars usually come dressed in a bright wrapper that varies from the Colorado to Colorado Maduro, with reddish reflections in the case of a lighter-colored leaf. To the touch it is smooth with small veins. The filling and draw are normal and the construction is good.
- Country of Origin: Cuba
- Size: 50 x 155 mm (6.1″)
- Wrapper: Cuba
- Binder: Cuba
- Filler: Cuba
- Price: $ – | € 15
Montecristo Double Edmundo: wood scents are picked up in the cold draw, followed by weaker tones of earth and white pepper.
In conclusion, the Montecristo Double Edmundo, at the expense of the size, returns a balanced and never intrusive smoke. Strength is always under control and evolution is appreciable. On the palate, the change of flavors is congruent with the evolution. It becomes slightly bitter towards the end.