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Hoyo de Monterrey Doble Coronas

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

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Review #40: This is also a great smoke. The draw, burn and taste were very good. - Submitted by hoyoman on November 21, 2005

Review #39: I've smoked a handful from a cabinet dated 2001. They were all well constructed cigars, nice draw (not too tight nor too loose) smoke can be a little thin at the beginning due to it's sheer length but settles down well. It's a very pleasant, long, mild- medium smoke, great for a warm summer afternoon. They tend to turn bitter and tarry in the last 3 inches which I found a little annoying, but naturally it's still alot of smoking time and pleasure beforehand. I wouldn't reccomend this for begginers myself, I'd say any double corona was far too large for a begginer...more for the aficionado or connoisseur who enjoys BIG Havanas with subtle and complex flavours in the afternoon. Any Havana of this calibre deserves maturing for a few years at least. :o) - Submitted by A. Dyer on September 29, 2005

Review #38: Overall good cigar. not for people who like strong cigars.boxes of 25 seem to have lighter wraper color and more tight and likely pluuged compared to cigars from boxes of 50 (no bands). mild for most of the smoke, not harsh with a nice earthy non better cuban flavour. great for bigenners. great early smoke. - Submitted by Almajed on September 29, 2005

Review #37: I got a box of these bad boys for my wedding and handed them out to my groomsmen.Now I wish I hadn\'t!!This is one fine cigar with great flavours that coat the palate and change afew times.A few from this box have had a slightly tight draw but nothing to complain about.Enjoy these with your favourite libation.I will be, as it is going to be my anniversary smoke. - Submitted by Dacrusha on May 6, 2005

Review #36: Smoked my first one while walking 18 holes...that was a mistake. Fantastic cigar but better suited for not much energy needs to be exuted. It kinda wiped me out a little. A lot of liguero leaf and loads of flavor, sweet, little spice mostly up front, and almost a cedary aroma. Overall....fantastic cigar and the next time i light one up im buying the friggin cart. - Submitted by mprach on April 4, 2005

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