Ciudad De Musica Montecristo
Hopefully, that explains why the band has so many logos and why it’s eating up the whole cigar like a second wrapper leaf.
Speaking of which, you’re getting a beautiful Ecuadorian Habano wrapper on your Ciudad de Musica cigars. The binder inside is Nicaraguan, and the long-filler blend includes Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos. These all combine for a profile that somehow comes off quite surprising. There are core notes that you’re probably expecting like black pepper, creamy cedar, and mocha coffee, but there’s all kinds of other stuff going on in here. Some reviewers have found it to be the second coming, while others have not been able to give it the same ringing endorsement.
We’ll summarize it and say that this one can be interesting. Maybe a little humidor aging will tame it and balance it out a bit? Hopefully, some of you will try it right out of the gate and after some months of rest to see how it goes.
This is a lush and lively stogie that doesn’t always behave. It’s kind of a perfect ambassador cigar for the fun you can have in Nashvegas when you think about it.
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Ciudad De Musica Montecristo FAQ'S
What are the flavors like?
Black pepper, creamy cedar, mocha coffee
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
Ciudad de Musica cigars are for folks who want strong flavor and the occasional jazzy note.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
Yeah, especially if you like interesting smoke.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Please give us a beer with this one. Bell’s Hazy Hearted IPA would be a nice quencher with this smoke.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
Bust it out at your next outdoor hootenanny.
Sometimes the flavors were just off, according to one reviewer.