Montecristo Petit Edmundo, Cuban Cigar Information

Released in 2006, the Petit Edmundo is the smaller brother of the Edmundo. What the Petit Edmundo makes up for in size is the explosive flavour characteristics. Medium in body, but full of flavour, the Petit Edmundo makes an excellent coffee Cigar.

Montecristo Petit Edmundo


Country: Cuba
Strength: Medium
Cigar Name: Petit Edmundo
Size: Petit Robusto
Factory Vitola: Petit Edmundo
Ring Gauge: 52
Length (mm): 110mm

Status: Currently Available.
Information last updated on Monday, 18th November 2013.
Montecristo Petit Edmundo in a box of ten. Montecristo Petit Edmundo in front of a ten count box with a box code of ROL MAY-13.

Additional Information

Steve's Opinions

The Petit Edmundo has been one of Habanos SA's success stories. The Petit Edmundo has been exceptionally consistent in terms of production and flavour since it was released in 2004.

One of my favourite aspects of the Petit Edmundo is how flavourful the Cigar is. There's a lot of deep espresso, chocolate characteristics alongside that Montecristo 'twang'. The Petit Edmundo is one of my go-to Cigars.

James Suckling and Edward Sahakian of Davidoff London

Back in December 2010, wine critic James Suckling visited the Davidoff Shop in London where he smoked a Petit Edmundo with shop manager Edward Sahakian. One of James' best videos, Edward discussed openly regarding the smoking of a 'prototype' Petit Edmundo in Cuba before it's release. The video is worth watching.

Click to view Montecristo Petit Edmundo vs Trinidad Reyes

Reviews from the Internet

My Cigar Blog Review of the Montecristo Petit Edmundo

Over at the My Cigar Blog, Aizuddin Danian has made a video review of the Montecristo Petit Edmundo, that you can view below:

Cigar Inspector's Review of the Montecristo Petit Edmundo

The Cigar Inspector website has a great review of the Montecristo Petit Edmundo . Denis Kay, the founder of Cigar Inspector and the writer of the review loved the Cigar, praising the Petit Edmundo as one of the best from the Montecristo family.

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