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Montecristo cigars are seldom left out of the discussion of the best cigars in the world, and the Cuban Montecristo No. 2 is the one that gets the most attention. But Dominican and Nicaraguan Montecristo cigars hold their own, and you’ll find the iconic No. 2 Torpedo size in a number of these blends, which are produced by Altadis U.S.A. And, unlike Cubans, they’re readily available for purchase in cigar shops across the States.

Like Romeo y Julieta, the history of Montecristo cigars is rooted in a work of literature, The Count of Monte Cristo, an adventure novel completed in 1844 by French author Alexandre Dumas. It was a novel regularly requested by cigar rollers in the days when cigar factory lectors read aloud to the workers in the rolling galleries. Considering Montecristo cigars reviews recently commemorated its 85th anniversary with the Montecristo 1935 Anniversary Nicaragua blend, ranked as Cigar Aficionado’s ‘No. 2 Cigar of the Year’ for 2021, let’s explore one of the most famous brands in existence with our list of the best Montecristo cigars you can smoke right now.

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The Montecristo is the most popular cigar in the world market. In 2004 the Edmundo was added, a large robusto-sized cigar named for the hero of Dumas’ The Count of Monte Cristo, Edmond Dantès.

Montecristo is regularly chosen to be featured in Habanos SA’s annual Edición Limitada selection of cigars with a darker vintage wrapper, and issues numerous limited editions of cigars for special occasions, anniversaries, the annual Festival del Habano, charities, etc.

In 2007, a cigar called the Edmundo Dantes Conde 109 was released as a part of Habanos’ regional edition series. All regional edition series boxes are numbered and the productions are limited. It uses a Montecristo cigars blend and is believed to have a different name because of trademark right problems in Mexico. At the IX Festival de Habano, Habanos SA announced Montecristo No. 4 Reserva Cosecha 2002. This cigar is rolled in the exact same vitola as the Montecristo No. 4, and features Vuelta Abajo tobacco from the 2002 crop aged a minimum of five years before being rolled into the cigar. Only 5,000 black lacquered cases are available and each case is numbered.[4]

A new, lighter-bodied line was released at the XI Festival del Habano in February 2009. The planned name for the new line had been Sport, but because of EU regulations prohibiting marketing tobacco with sports imagery, the name was changed to Open with vitola names inspired by sports such as golf and yachting.

In 2011, Habanos SA announced at the XIII Festival del Habano the first ever Gran Reserva for Montecristo, Montecristo No. 2 Gran Reserva Cosecha 2006. This special cigar is rolled in the exact same vitola as the legendary Montecristo No.2 Pirámides, and features Vuelta Abajo tobacco from the 2005 harvest aged at least five years before being rolled into the cigars. Only 5,000 densely lacquered boxes are available and each box is numbered.[5]

80th Anniversary of the Montecristo cigars price brand was celebrated on March, 2015 at the VII Festival del Habano. Habanos SA revealed the Montecristo 80 Anniversario at the festival. This exclusive cigar comes in a simple, polished, dark-brown box that contains 20 cigars. Only 30,000 boxes are being produced. It was released in August 2016.

Montecristo also produces three machine-made cigarillos: the Mini, the Club, and the Purito.

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