After a routine check on my humidors today, I carefully examined and rotated my last 8 MONTECRISTO Grand Edmundo EL 2010 that I planned to age, only to decide that I want to mellow out and enjoy the rest of the night with one of these beautiful cigars.
|Factory Shape: Robusto Extra|
The Grand Edmundo Edicion Limitada (Limited Edition) 2010 is one of my top picks. A 52 gauge ring with an astonishingly smooth dark wrapper and a perfect draw. From the first few puffs you can quickly sense a taste of mild spice with fresh earthy aromas producing bountiful smoke. Before reaching half way on the cigar, the smoke smoothly mellows and the taste becomes sweet with a hint of coffee and wood that pleasantly lingers in the mouth. The taste intensifies and changes as you reach the end of the cigar giving a bitter chocolate and tangy taste that can be off. But after smoking a few of these beauties, I found out that it is best to limit relighting them to avoid any changes in taste, as sometimes bitterness develops near the end.
As these beauties continues to offer me a wonderful experience, I strongly recommend you age them as their flavors keeps intensifying and develop as they grow older. My only worry is that the last box of 10s that I was planning to age are now down to 7 and I'm not planning to stack some more because I am saving some space for the new MONTECRISTO N.2 GRAN RESERVA which should be released sometime this month!
Lastly of course, the perfect espresso coffee roast that complements the MC GRAND EDMUNDO EL 2010 is the Brazilian Arabica Nespresso Dulsão
. With an intensity marked 5, the Dulsão
offers a well balanced roast revealing sweet notes of honey and malt.
Go on, brew yourself a Dulsão
and light up a MONTECRISTO GRAND EDMUNDO EL 2010 and savor every bit of it!
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