Montecristo White

    Characteristics Much milder than the regular Dominican Montecristo. If you don’t like heavily spiced food, this is for you. Insider's Tip The Ecuadorian-grown Connecticut wrapper and Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos in the blend make this the perfect golf-course cigar—a great daytime companion and not overbearing. Our favorite: the 7 x 54 Churchill, which will take all 18 holes to smoke. Note Prices are per cigar and average suggested retail and do not reflect local or state taxes.

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