Montecristo Open Eagle


(3 customer reviews)

Overview: Montecristo Open Eagle

The Montecristo Open Eagle is a Geniales vitola, measuring at 150mm with a 54 ring gauge. 

Montecristo released the Open series in 2009,  aiming to create a milder blend of cigars to lure in the novice cigar smoker or those just getting familiar with the power of the Cuban cigars. 

The Open Eagle offers a creamy mild-medium strength smoke with a sweet floral profile with a touch of cashew nuttyness. As this cigar progressed we found additional flavours of cedar, coffee and a touch of cinnamon towards the finish. 

You can expect to enjoy this smoke for around the one hour mark. This is not a complex smoke, it would be best enjoyed outside for a day on the golf course or for a day on the water. The fresh air adds another element to this smoking experience instead of taking away from it. 

We recommend aging these cigars for at least two years to allow the flavours to settle and develop their complexity.

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3 reviews for Montecristo Open Eagle

  1. Hutch B.

    This is one of the best cigars I have ever smoked in my life. Great, full-bodied mild taste with wooden and coffee touch for it. Once I’d laid my hands on the first box of these I couldn’t stop smoking and burned two in a row. Great for everyday smoking. Try it and you’ll enjoy every second of it. Going to order more since I’m sure this first box won’t last me for very long 🙂

  2. James R.

    Nice looking wide stick, i love the appearance, hold very firmly in hand, if you are a lover of wide cigars, this is a must try. Flavor wise was decent, wasn’t as strong as i would have liked, burned very evenly, plentiful of smoke given its wide ring gauge. It wasn’t too complex though, flavor was pretty consistent through out. A solid cigar which i would consider repeated smokes.

  3. Dennis F.

    I tried one of these when I was in South America a year ago so I was looking forward to buying a box. The only good thing I can say about the box I received was that it was good tasting tobacco. The construction was amature at best. I smoked 8 so far, most of them were spoungy and had a horribly uneven burn. Only 2 of the eight were even burners and all of them burned very fast. I would expect a cigar like this to burn more like the Edmundos but not the case. I would never expect a box of this quality to make it out of the Montecristo factory. This is by no means a reflection on Cuban Lous. I have been doing business on this web site for many years and will continue to patronize.

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