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Hoyo de Monterrey Coronations

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Hoyo de Monterrey Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:6.7
Presentation: Semi Plain Box (In aluminium tubes) with boxes of 10 and 25* *(these boxes of 25 were discontinued in 2002)

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Review #32: ---   confermo la precedente recensione, bel sigaro ad un buon prezzo, note di terra e legno, finale tostato con ricordo di castagna - Submitted by goethe66 on November 15, 2010

Review #31: ---   mareva è una vitola che mi piace, questo è un sigaro che mi convince, senza data e venduto singolarmente, trovato per caso in vacanza, sicuramente non sta nel nirvana dei puros, ma ha un eccellente rapporto qualità prezzo, è piacevole e soprattutto ruffiano - Submitted by goethe66 on August 28, 2010

Review #30: ---   I smoke this one quite regularly because it comes in a tube and in my country it is not easy to obtain properly stored non-tubos cigars. I think I have puffed away quite a few boxes of them aleady. My review mark reflects the average of these. Some of them - and the accent is on SOME - are just perfect. The tobacco itself is high middle class as it should be based on the price tag. Therefore, if rolled properly, AND the cap is tightly fitted onto the tube, it is literally one of the best cigars I have ever had: really nice nutty and chocholate aromas with the hint of cedar from the sheet of wood inserted into the tube. Unfortunately I must agree with some of the commenters that rollers tend to overpack many of the cigars which leads to a very tight draw which makes smoking a struggle instead of enjoyment, also makes the cigar taste bitter and even bites savagely due to imperfect combustion. In overall, I buy them in the hope that the piece I bought is a lucky pick.I still believe it is worth trying. ;) - Submitted by Hermes Trismegistos on July 2, 2010

Review #29: ---   I really doesn't have any complaints on theese. Really perfect draw and burn, nice light friuty taste. Of course, not the best cigar I ever had, but really respectable good one-hour stoogie. - Submitted by Ignifaxius on June 3, 2010

Review #28: ---   The most imperfect out of a box of 25 tubes from the more recent 09. This was tightly wrapped and had a damaged foot. Fine and smooth colorado wrapper apart from a tear and some unravelling just below the cap. Inviting prelit aromas. Some spice at the start. Light bodied with nice mild flavours of soybean, milk chocolate and mellow sweetness. Tinge of bitter chocolate and woodiness towards the middle. Smooth, easygoing and not at all spicy. Burned uneven with a tight but workable draw. Finished off close to the start of the final third when the smoke became a little tannic and the construction issue that I will highlight later. Would have been quite an ideal calming and relaxing daytime smoke if I did not make the mistake of smoking it directly out of the box. The wrapper became crackily and split right down the middle towards the halfway mark. Naturally the wrapper started to unravel and it was quite a perplexing exercise to keep it together. Must have been too packed with leaf or the cap to the tube was not tightly applied. Anyway, the rest will go into the humidor and have the luxury of a year or three to get their act together. Discounting this, I would say a score of 7 will be in order, otherwise, it would have been a 1. - Submitted by sengjc on April 5, 2010

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