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Hoyo de Monterrey Doble Coronas

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:17,86 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #50: A great cigar. I pivked up 15 of these during my travels and, when I initially smoked them, I was not that impressed. It had a lot of powerful flavors that were distinct and seperate. It had roasted nuts and a metallic flavour, with some mineral undertones. Obvious youth. It lacked the obvious "mild breadiness" that is characteristic of this cigar. After I put it down for 3 months, we were in business. It had mellowed considerably, showing the mellow nuttiness and breadiness that I expected, but with some of the strength that I hoped for. Top drawer - Submitted by theworldover on November 1, 2006

Review #49: I never, ever let my humidor run out of these. When I think 'cigar' this is what I think of. Just my favourite shape, size and flavour. My perfect cigar. - Submitted by herf-head on October 10, 2006

Review #48: I've had good ones, very complex, almost seems to shift gears a few times, sweet and spicy. Recently I've had poorly constructed sticks. Very poor and uneven burn, continuously relighting and weak flavors. Some plugged, some burnt like a wick to a firecracker. Probably wont buy again for a few years in hopes they work out there problems, instead will enjoy a lusitania, or gigantes from bolivar. My last review a year or two ago got these a 10, lately, a 6. - Submitted by mprach on September 16, 2006

Review #47: Wow, this was a really nice cigar. After smoking one or two cheap cigars earlier in the day, well, this was a whole different animal. Beautiful draw, mild flavour, but very complex. It got harsh a bit earlier than I would have liked, which is why it gets 9 instead of 10 from me, but I guess that's to be expected from a cigar of this size. Heartily recommended! - Submitted by agraupe on June 21, 2006

Review #46: I smoked about half a dozen of these to really be clear. It is a super cigar. Great even burn smooth draw and multitude of complex flavors. The ONLY negative I can come up with is that its very thin wrapper is a little on the dry side causing it to come loose. A minor inconvenienve and should definitely not rule this stick out as top drawer. - Submitted by jlcccm on May 20, 2006

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