MONTECRISTO

MONTECRISTO

History of MONTECRISTO

Distributed widely throughout the world and sold originally by Dunhill New York, the Montecristo brand cigar currently accounts for almost 50% of all Cuban cigars exported each year, making the Montecristo the most popular Havana cigar in the world. The Montecristo was originally branded in 1935 under the name "the H. Upmann Montecristo Selection". When appointed the British distribution agent, the John Hunter firm shortened the brand's name to Montecristo. The John Hunter firm also redesigned the brand's logo to its distinctive red and yellow box with the triangular crossed swords. These delicious, full-flavored cigars are highly recognizable to the pallate due to their unique tobacco blend, and their highly distinctive flavor. The Montecristo brand is also highly popular as the result of it's exeptionally consistent quality.

MONTECRISTO Double Edmundo Tauromaquia Y Morante De La Puebla Box of 10

Double Edmundo Tauromaquia Y Morante De La Puebla
Double Edmundo Tauromaquia Y Morante De La Puebla
  • Ring Gauge: 50
  • Cigar length: 155 mm / 6.1'
  • Vitola: Robusto Extra

MONTECRISTO Double Edmundo Tauromaquia Y Morante De La Puebla comes with 10 cigars in a beautiful lacquered box, released 1,000 boxes limited for the Spanish market.
This cigar was released to commemorate the world famous bullfighter Jose Antonio Morante Camacho.

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