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Hoyo de Monterrey Piramides LE 2003

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:14,26 gr.Score:9.1
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Hoyo de Monterrey Piramides LE 2003 Review:

This size evidences all the soft and complex essence that characterizes the brand, this time in the powerful and attractive Piramide size. Habanos S.A. presents the long-awaited Edicion Limitada 2003. Received year after year with great acceptance, the Limited Edition distinguishes itself for the inclusion of sizes which are not part of the usual range of the brand, and is characterized by a special manufacture. The careful selection of a two-year aged wrapper from the upper level of the plant grants it a darker color and turns this product into something unique.

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Review #38: NOV 03 Amazing cigar. Starts out mellow and sweet, becomes spicy and creamy in the second half. 11 years of proper aging has done wonders for this cigar, and I believe it has 5 more years before it peaks. 9.5/10 - Submitted by nightdiver on July 28, 2014

Review #37: APR 03 Just come back to these since my last review. Smokes very nicely and stands up there with the very best. The flavour has developed over time and the taste is stronger and more pronounced without being harsh. A highly recommended smoke if you can get your hands on any. - Submitted by Mike P on January 3, 2012

Review #36: ---   I have had quite a few more since my review #34. Consistently well made, fine wrappers, even the binder can qualify to be wrappers. I can barely notice any veins among the filler when I clip the stick. Burns dead even and draws like a dream with just enough resistance to remind you that you are smoking a cigar. With time in the humidor, the flavours have become progressively stronger as with the spice levels. The flavour profile has also changed, becoming slightly drier. My first impressions have changed little and I find it still relatively mild in the flavour department but as before, silky smooth and thick, rich smoke. I must say that the nicotine strength has increased somewhat. I actually begin to get a bit of buzz with the later sticks. Sadly, I am down to my last two. - Submitted by sengjc on September 19, 2010

Review #35: MAR 03 I have kept a box of these since 2003 and felt they were pretty good then. I haven't smoked one since 2004 and wanted to know how they were getting on so broke the seal the other day. A well rolled smoke, god draw all the way through, an even burn and well sized ash before it dropped so indicating a construction that can take the test of time. The flavour was excellent for the first third, smooth and aromatic with a medium flavour - indicative of spice and leather. the second third developed the flavour - bringing in a classic pepper and slightly bitter (I say this in a good way) flavour. However, I left the cigar and then returned to it for the final third and the flavour had become over-developed and not as good as the mid point. All in all a good, classy cigar and I look forward to the rest of the box. - Submitted by Mike P on September 5, 2010

Review #34: ---   First of eight from the local La Casa del Habano here in Melbourne, Australia. These did not come cheaply and apparently it came from the last box available for retail purchase in the Asia-Pacific region. Apologies as I did not get the box information. Anyway, stuck it in the humidor for 3 months. Finally caved in to temptation and got one out today after dinner. Prelit aroma of earthy hay and milk chocolate. Well made and the wrapper looks darker than usual HDMs. Clipped it to make a small hole as HDMs tend to be light in body and I was hoping for a greater concentration of the smoke. First third was light with sweet woody tones and a tinge of leather. As it progresses to the second third, there is more leather and toasty flavours creep in, yet the sweet woodiness remains. With the final third, the body steps up a notch. Around the last quarter, the smoke becomes slightly tannic. Even with the smaller than usual hole, the draw was excellent. The burn is even. Plenty of smoke but it is rather light in body. Excellent flavours and perfumy aroma prevail throughout. Elegant and not overpowering. A cigar for the day rather than for the night in my opinion. One for the golf course or party rather than solitary contemplation. - Submitted by sengjc on January 25, 2010

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