The most famous Havana brand started only in 1935 as a new brand from Menendez, Garcia y Cia., then the owners of the H. Upmann brand. The name is reported to have been inspired by Alexandre Dumas' 1844 novel Le Comte de Montecristo.
All the range is hand-made and the strength is medium.
The Montecristo Dantès has finally been released and are now available for sale! The Dantès are a 2016 Limited Edition and are presented in SBN boxes containing 10 cigars, each dressed with the Edition Limitada second band.
Longer than the standard Edmundo, the Double Edmundo has a gorgeous color with hints of oak and leather. The cigar seems to get better with each puff, culminating in a chocolatey finish. No.15 in Cigar Aficionado's top cigars of 2014.
The Edmundo is a medium to full-bodied blend with a classic, bitter-sweet, tangy flavour that has made Montecristo the world's most popular Havana cigar brand.
The new Montecristo Media Corona (44 ring gauge x 90 mm length), a new vitola (size) that is incorporated into the regular portfolio of the brand in its Línea Clásica, which is launched to the market in a presentation of a Semi Boîte Nature with 25 Habanos .
With its colorado wrapper this cigar is a safe bet for lovers of the classic Lonsdale. Medium tobacco mixed with sweet cocoa and vanilla fill the mouth and gracefully tingle the palate without any frivolities. A Well rounded stick with a trace of classic Havana.
The best cigar in the world 2013 according to Cigar Aficionado, who gave it a score of 96%, the highest rating they've ever bestowed on a blind taste test.
Rolled in the exact same vitola as the legendary Montecristo No.2 Pirámides, this cigar features Vuelta Abajo tobacco from the 2005 harvest aged at least five years before being rolled into the cigars.
This Corona from Montecristo Turns out to be an intermediate step between the world's most-sold Habano (the Montecristo No. 4) and the large formats of the brand. It occupies a very outstanding place, althought more as substitute for the No. 1, or as expansion of the No. 4.
The world's best selling cigar, and the preferred cigar of Che Guevara. Coffee, cocoa and vanilla flavours dominate the No.4.
Montecristo Classic flavours in a small cigar. Coffee, cocoa and vanilla flavours dominate the No.5.
Box of 25. Rare box from May 2000. Classic Montecristo flavours in a small cigar. Coffee, cocoa and vanilla flavours dominate the No.5.
The Petit Edmundo is the little brother of the Montecristo Edmundo, shorter but with the same ring gauge. Probably the most flavoursome of the cigars of this size.
Tubed version. The Petit Edmundo is the little brother of the Montecristo Edmundo, shorter but with the same ring gauge. Probably the most flavoursome of the cigars of this size.
Montecristo Petit No. 2 is a shorter version of the award-winning classic Montecristo No. 2. This version features the signature torpedo / piramide shape and the same thick ring gauge as the original, but is an inch and a half shorter. For those pressed for time who want to enjoy the same quality as the Montecristo No. 2, it is a great option.
This cigar is the same as the Montecristo No. 4, except that it is presented in an aluminium tube, thus allowing you to carry the cigar wherever you go without damaging it. A strong and powerful cigar, one of the top 3 selling cigars from Montecristo.
These are simply Montecristo No.1's in tubes. The aging process is slower but more efficient as the flavors stay locked inside the tube.