Cigar Review: Montecristo Media Noche

Basic Information: Montecristo Media Noche

Manufacturer – Montecristo Cigars

Size – Robusto

Wrapper – Connecticut Broadleaf

Tobacco Blend – Dominican, Peru, Nicaragua 

Pricing – $10.80

Body – Medium +


This Montecristo Media Noche is a rich oily dark chocolate in color with veins that look like stitches. The seams are tight. 


Aroma – Sweet Chocolate and Spice

Type of Cut – Straight

Cold Draw – Chocolate and Raisin 

After Toast:

First Third – Dark Chocolate and sweet spice followed by a sweet spice and leathery finish. The burn is sharp and ash fell at inch and half mark. 

Second Third – The dark chocolate and spice remain but there are some cedar notes that begin to enter the fold. The leather still packs a punch on the finish. The burn remains sharp.

Final Third – Dark Chocolate, spice and cedar continue here with that leathery finish picking up some pepper notes on the finish. The burn remains sharp. 

Suggested Pairing:

Wine – Markham Tannat

Scotch – Glenlivet Nadurra

Overall Experience:

Overall the Montecristo Media Noche is a good smoke experience with a few really good notes that keep it interesting. The dark chocolate and spice are the key to this smoke, but the leather and cedar play nice complimentary roles. I have smoked quite a few of these and they never seem to disappoint and are always consistent.

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Montecristo Media Noche