Montecristo Cincuenta

The Montecristo Cincuenta is handmade in the Dominican Republic. It was created to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Tabacalera de Garcia factory where the cigar is made. It is a medium-bodied stick that features a reddish Ecuadorian Sumatra-seed wrapper over a Dominican binder and filler made of Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos. The Montecristo Cincuenta has a complexity of flavors that includes vanilla, coffee, and spice.
  • Cigar Origin
    Dominican Republic
  • Strength
    Medium
  • Wrapper Color
    Colorado
  • Wrapper
    Ecuadorian Sumatra-Seed
  • Binder
    Dominican Republic
  • Filler
    Dominican Republic
    Nicaragua
  • Rolled by
    Handmade
  • Manufacturer
    Altadis USA
Toro, Medium, Colorado, from Dominican Republic
Montecristo Cincuenta Toro 6 * 50
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Box of 10$350.00
$314.95
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3.5
2 reviews
How reviewers describe Montecristo Cincuenta
pricey
Rated 4.14by 14 Aficionados
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About: Montecristo Cincuenta Toro 6" * 50
I had the pleasure of ending Mother's Day this year by smoking this delicious Montecristo Cincuenta Toro. This blend was produced to mark the 50th Anniversary of Tabacalera de Garcia factory in the Dominican Republic. This cigar definitely lived up to its name for its huge celebration! It is made with a Sumatra wrapper, Dominican binder, and Nicaraguan and Dominican fillers. One cannot help but notice the exquisite shiny red and gold bandings on the cigar along with its nice brown wrapper color and a triple cap to top it off. The cigar starts off with a blast of pepper but followed right up with a very nice sweetness -- almost caramel tasting-- for a great balance. A touch of honey also creeps in -- what a treat so far. The second third transitions with the same sweetness but nuttiness and espresso are also in the mix. I am definitely loving the blending thus far. The cigar at this point is a true medium body. Into the final third, the strength amps up a bit into a medium plus, with the espresso and pepper being the primary notes. The cigar goes on to finish with a slight pepper and leather notes. Construction was also spot on from beginning to end--not one issue to report. Excellent cigar!! I was very impressed -- it may be a bit pricey but it lives up to its expectations -- well worth the treat!! A novice or a beginner can equally enjoy this unique cigar!!
About: Montecristo Cincuenta Toro 6" * 50
This did not deliver for a $30 cigar. Rolled to tight. Horrible draw. Go with a Montecristo Epic instead.