Altadis U.S.A. has announced a sequel to their Montecristo 1935 Anniversary, the Edición Diamante. This follow-up to the original Montecristo 1935 Anniversary Nicaragua ship around May 2023.
The Montecristo 1935 Anniversary Nicaragua is gaining a new vitola as an exclusive for Casa de Montecristo’s retail stores and lounges. The 52 x 4 ½ size “Exclusivo” is available now.
This cigar was a great addition to the Epic line from Montecristo, maybe the best yet. I was a big fan of the Epic Craft Cured, a cigar that I thought went kind of under the radar. This is just as good as that or better. The flavors were harmonious and left me wanting more and more. I really dug the caramel sweetness combined with the on an off oak flavor. The burn and draw were perfect the whole time and just added to the great experience. I will be picking up some more of these for myself, I think you should too.
"Overall, a great-tasting medium-bodied cigar. However, the flaws in the construction and the tighter draw made this not as favorable as I had hoped. Not that it was bad, it just had so much more potential! " -John A. (Bostoneo)
Altadis is releasing a Montecristo heirloom set to arrive at a select number of retailers nationwide in March. The Montecristo 1935 Anniversary Tesoro De Oro, meaning “treasure of gold,” is a luxury humidor, hand-crafted to emulate the wonder of the golden treasure discovered by Dantes in the acclaimed novel, “The Count of Monte Cristo.”
Altadis U.S.A. has announced a new size in the Montecristo 1935 Anniversary Nicaragua line. The Montecristo 1935 Anniversary Nicaragua Espeso will measure 5 1/2 x 60 and ship this Spring. “Espeso,” the Spanish word for “thick,” and describes the fatter ring gauge of this vitola.
Altadis U.S.A. has announced a new B.R.M Montecristo Humidor with a B.R.M Timepiece included. B.R.M stands for Bernard Richards Manufacture,...
The very first Montecristo was rolled in 1935; now 85 years later, Altadis is celebrating this milestone with a new cigar, the Montecristo 1935 Anniversary Nicaragua. This blend is described as a first-ever interpretation of the original blend from 1935 that made Montecristo the icon it is today.