The Montecristo Edmundo is named after Edmund Dantes, the hero of the Alexandro Dumas novel “The Count of Montecristo”. It is a direct reflection of the growth in popularity of wider gauge cigars in recent years.
Slightly pressed with a wrapper that's silky to the touch. The smoke layers the palate with an ample almond nuttiness met by notes of orange peel, oak and a coffee-like, Sumatra-bean finish.
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Pair well with Speyside and some Lowland whiskeys, most Irish whiskeys, rums, bourbons, ryes, ports, or a variety of fuller-bodied beers. Also pairs well with very aromatic wine or Chianti and Cabernet Sauvignon.