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Montecristo White Label

Montecristo White cigars make a bold statement.

Continuing with Montecristo's fine tradition of being one of the world's most in-demand brand names, Montecristo adds a bolder, richer element to its stable with the Montecristo White cigar. Comprised of Dominican and Nicaraguan long fillers, wrapped in a flavorful Connecticut-seed Ecuadorian shade grown wrapper, the White offers a smooth, robust and satisfying smoke for the more developed palate. This Montecristo lives up to its name.

Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
#2 Belicoso (6.1"x52)
BOX OF 27 In Stock $391.50 $352.35
#2 Belicoso (6.1"x52)
5-PACK In Stock $68.50
Churchill (7.0"x54)
BOX OF 27 In Stock $326.70 $294.03
Churchill (7.0"x54)
BOX OF 10 In Stock $121.00 $108.90
Churchill (7.0"x54)
5-PACK In Stock $57.50
Especial #1 (Lancero/Panatela) (6.6"x44)
BOX OF 27 In Stock $261.90 $235.71
Especial #1 (Lancero/Panatela) (6.6"x44)
5-PACK In Stock $46.00
Especial #3 (Corona) (5.5"x44)
BOX OF 27 In Stock $232.20 $208.98
Especial #3 (Corona) (5.5"x44)
5-PACK In Stock $41.00
Monte Court (Corona) (5.5"x44)
BOX OF 15 In Stock $147.00 $132.30
Monte Court (Corona) (5.5"x44)
5-PACK In Stock $46.50
Rothschilde (Robusto) (5.0"x52)
BOX OF 27 In Stock $280.80 $252.72
Rothschilde (Robusto) (5.0"x52)
BOX OF 10 In Stock $104.00 $93.60
Rothschilde (Robusto) (5.0"x52)
5-PACK In Stock $49.50
Toro (6.0"x54)
BOX OF 27 In Stock $294.30 $264.87
Toro (6.0"x54)
BOX OF 10 In Stock $109.00 $98.10
Toro (6.0"x54)
5-PACK In Stock $51.50

Customer Reviews of “Montecristo White Label”

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I got 2 White Labels (Montecristo White Label)in a sample box from CI and let me tell you the perfect smoke for an occasion the aroma the flavor will make you happy for hours and wont burn your throat or make an over powering smell so even non smokers will enjoy it a must try for anyone!
This is a well made cigar as you might expect from Montecristo. Slightly hard draw and an even burn. Slightly bolder than 'mild'. The White has a lovely pre-light aroms. A bit costly at retail (but, after all, this IS Cigars International, so that's not really an issue). Firm ash. Nice cigar, but not my favourite Monte.
This is my new favorite cigar (Montecristo White Label)! Such a smooth, mellow, creamy smoke. Nothing harsh about this one. I would recommend this cigar to anyone just starting out in cigar smoking, or to an experienced smoker looking for a smooth mellow smoke.
dont be turned off by the description CI writes about saying this cigar is for the more developed pallate (Montecristo White). i felt it was mild and creamy enough for the beginner wanting to treat themself as much as it was for the seasoned smoker.
"This is the Cigar that turned me on to cigar smoking" (Montecristo White Label) after getting this cigar i became addicted to the leaf. I love these. Always a few lying around in the Humi and you cant go wrong.
This is the cigar (Montecristo White Label) I smoke when I want an incredibly flavorful and tasty smoke without a heavy buzz. Perfect cigar to read with and my personal favorite Monte.
This was my first cigar purchase (Montecristo White Label) ... Best I have had and fully enjoyed. Smooth, clean, and even! All the way to the end. Worth the money for sure.
Absolutely amazing. If I could afford it I would smoke these on a regular basis. Perfect construction, great full flavor without overwhelming you, a "10" in my book!
Nice and amazingly smooth cigar, paired well with morning coffee. Woody, almost nutty flavor all the way through, nice ash and burns even with a great draw and construction, highly recommended.
Great flavor, well constructed and the cigar held an even burn from beginning to end. I would highly recommend this cigar to everyone.
Pricey but first class and just what a special occasion requires. One of those smokes that both the regular and occasional smoker will appreciate.
A few of my friends and I went to one of our local cigar lounges after class let out yesterday. We asked for the employees recommendation, as it always nice to try something new. He recommended the Montecristo White Label and the CAO Vintage Gold. So naturally, a buddy of mine and I each got one and said we'd try the others. I thoroughly enjoyed my CAO, but he and I were not really feeling the White Label. It didn't feel as warm, or comforting if you will. It was a rough and even thin smoke. This was both of our first Montescristos and due to the reputation the brand carries I'm sure that other's palates are much different than our own, but that aside, we were not impressed. He ended up leaving the store with a few Asylum 13s for our graduation ceremony.
The toro is a great smoke....
Tastes run toward milder cigars and this was a real pleasure..nice mild flavor..will buy more of these..great afternoon smoke
Mon Dieu. Smoked a Churchill in a cigar bar in Boston and I still can't comprehend how good it was. I normally smoke Habanos and Corojos, and this was definitely spicy enough for my tastes without being too sweet or too mild, and yet it was another couple levels beyond what I normally smoke. It was so good I'm a bit worried that I may not be able to enjoy my usual cigars. If you're looking for something special for an occasion then this will do it, if you can afford to smoke these daily I envy you but you certainly won't be wasting your money, I'd swap my humidor contents for a dozen without a second though.
Do not understand the high price. These cigars: yes, well made and they burn well, have little flavor and no complexity. I have smoked better cigars at half the price.

Montecristo White Label

Steve R
Montecristo, one of the biggest names in the business, and a ‘staple’ among enthusiasts everywhere. I’ll start out by telling you, the White Label is a gorgeous cigar. Silky and smooth with a flawless wrapper that’s been applied perfectly around a dense bunch of fillers that shows no signs of a soft spot. It’s a perfect representation of the name printed on the band. Unfortunately, my smoking experience was not as glorious as my pre-light critique.

When paying this much for a cigar, I expect a lot. Especially when the band on the cigar says Montecristo, the brand regarded to be the best in the world. I’ll admit, they’re made well, are insanely consistent, and look good in and out of the box…but, I just don’t see the attraction with this new White Label. The ‘brown band’ Dominican is good, if you’re a fan of mild, dependable smokes. I prefer medium to full, and the new White Label is considered just that, so I bit the bullet and bought a fiver of the No. 2 Torpedos. I’ve smoked each sample and I’ve got to say, it disappoints me. It’s smooth, somewhat flavorful, and slightly stronger than the traditional Monte, but it just didn’t WOW me like I was hoping. The Nicaraguan and Dominican fillers promote a cedary flavor that smokes smooth, yet remains one-dimensional throughout the burn. Also, the Ecuadorian-grown Connecticut wrapper doesn’t promote the robust flavor and strength that I expected. In all, it’s a well-made, good-looking premium that doesn’t do it for me.

I’d recommend this cigar to those looking for a well-made, quality cigar with a lot of money to burn. Or, if you’re looking to impress your friends that smoke cigars based on the band, this is a great choice. No doubt the name and the price tag that comes along with it will raise a few eyebrows. As for me, I taste the cigar, not the band, so I’ll be sticking with my current favorites for now.