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Hoyo de Monterrey Epicure No. 2

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Hoyo de Monterrey Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:124
Format:RobustoRing:50
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:7.9
Presentation: Slide lid box of 25


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Review #164: ---   this is A VERY GOOD cigar to be honest one of the best i tried, i got a box of 25 of them somked till now 9 and each one of them was great! the taste,the aroma, the draw, the burn, all perfect, i keep it in my huimidor for 4 month now on 72% huimidity. execelent cigar! highly recomended for beginers or for vetren somokers. cant be wrong with this one! - Submitted by shayak1 on May 26, 2010


Review #163: ---   perfect on the draw, evenly burn, not too much aroma, a light cigar, good for beginners or when you do not have the lungs for a partagas D5 - Submitted by Tarek Nasser on April 22, 2010


Review #162: AUG 08 Last night (25MAR10), I sampled one from my mid 2008 box; I age at 72/72. I throughly enjoyed the presentation and feel of the E2. The triple cap cut cleanly with my Zino double Guillotine. The unlit aroma skewed to berries and leather and wood. Upon lighting, perfect draw, from begining to end. Flavor was good aged tobacco, mixed with cinnamon-like notes. I paired the E2 with a Martinez Porto. Flavor did build, seemingly because of normal burn rate and not by some planned effect. I enjoyed this cigar. I did not expect much from it, do to its box age, but was pleasantly surprised. - Submitted by HUC on March 26, 2010


Review #161: --- 08 Finished half box. Perfect for NOT daily smoker! It's quite mild but full of dried fruit and various aroma may only be fully appreciated with occasional cigar smoker. The only drawback is its loose construction as no drawing resistance at all. So I give it 9. - Submitted by ThomasWang on September 8, 2009


Review #160: So the first drags had a bit of a mettalic taste even though it was lit with wooden matches. Soon enough, you start enjoying 'til the end a very strong and flavory taste. In fact, the taste is so strong that the flavours, even though utterly present, are individually hardly distinguishable. A funny caracteristic was that it got softer in the second third which simmered down the agressiveness of that cigar and enabled to better sense the caustic aromas: Cayenne pepper, cinnamon and sappy are pretty much all those I could put my finger on with a tannic bois flavor (Or was this a wine I just had?!?! :-)) Then the final. It changed to taste like a classic Havana, comparable to Montecristo's No.4 cigars. So you might be thinking, well that's a three for one. Here's the hic: this cigar was almost out before I lit it! It smoked way to fast if you want my opinion. So make sure you fully enjoy every single drag as if it was the last one (As you should always do!). General appreciation? Worth trying. 8/10 - Submitted by dios humo on August 27, 2009


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Hoyo de Monterrey Epicure No. 2


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