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Hoyo de Monterrey Epicure Especial LE 2004

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<< Doble CoronasEpicure No. 1 >>

Hoyo de Monterrey Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:141
Format:GorditoRing:50
Score:9.2
Presentation: Slide Box


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Review #24: APR 04 Truly outstanding cigar with a slow start but a great middle and an amazing finish. Had a little bit of a tight draw but I think with a few years of aging and slightly less humidification it could be a perfect cigar - Submitted by Texas on October 27, 2008


Review #23: what an incredible smoke. Perhaps the best cigar I've ever had. Rich and flavorful with perfect construction and draw. Medium bodied and stronger at the finish. DELICIOUS. - Submitted by mik1118 on September 25, 2008


Review #22: --- 08 The RE-RELEASES are out, and while there is no own thread here, we'll have to post here... Just sampled a first-batch one from cabinet of 25 - although very young, it showed great promise. Perfect construction and wrappers ALMOST as great as seen on the ELs. The character of the Le Hoyo line AND the Limitada were reminiscent in this first sample. While still lacking the sweetness, which typically comes out in Le Hoyos after three or more years, it was tasty as well as considerably spicier and stronger than the shorter Epicure No.2. I might dare a lot, but I hope and believe that at least these good first release ones will become similarly great as the Limitadas. But obviously, these new ones will therefore need an ageing of about three years, just like the Limitadas did. - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on August 27, 2008


Review #21: --- 04 Truly one of the "top five cigars" ever! It started in a tough way, suddenly showing its diversity from the others Hoyos, then grew up even and even better, with a terrific complexity of aromas and perfect burning. Bought in Porto Santo Stefano (GR - Italy), smoked with friend Antani. Terabia t'abbiocchio con la sbirulana, sė, per una setta, quintana. - Submitted by mattiabasso on August 19, 2008


Review #20: Here we look at an excellent cigar. Wonderfully crafted, the draw is just perfect. It is surprisingly strong in the first draws; then an explosion of amazing tastes and aromas leaves you speechless. Can't ask more from a cigar! - Submitted by antani on August 18, 2008


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