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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 #35: Factory Code: ARA Date: Oct \'01 First Hoyo Double Corona for me. I was expecting a lot from these famous smokes. However a VERY tight wrap, made these hard to draw, in fact almost impossible. Nice flavour, I think I prefer the Monte flavour overall but these are nice and I can see why people love them, just a matter of preference. However, the tight draw is an issue I note from other reviewers - are these ALWAYS this tight? If so, it will be my first and last box. - Submitted by peter bond on March 30, 2005

Review #34: Smoked a double c. from a '01 cabinet. Absolutely fantastic, cut crisp, felt even all down the length and was very fragrant unlit. Once lit it oozed out creamy and tasty smoke, Hoyo cigars generally have that beautiful mellow floral flavour and the double c. is the master. Just gets tastier as it draws down. Mellow, floral, cocoa, very creamy tobacco flavours. Only reason that I've taken half a star off is that it became increasingly hot and acidic from the last 2.5 inches which was surprising, but it's so huge it didn't bother me much. - Submitted by A. Dyer on February 21, 2005

Review #33: This is my very first doble corona ever. The terrible thing is that this is my very first true deception regarding a cuban cigar. Considering this beautiful cigar status, and PRICE, it was horrible to light up a 2002 single, for a very special ocasion (the anniversary bullfight at the Plaza de Toros México), and to know that it is without plugged as NO CHANCE EVER TO SMOKE IT. I'm so sad, this is the first cuban cigar ever that I have to throw away after just 1 inch. - Submitted by Estrella on February 7, 2005

Review #32: I've recently purchased a box of these big cigars,ABR-03. After a month in my humidor, I figured they would be ready to go. Construction is beautiful, although the wrappers aren't overly oily-perhaps more time in the humi will help. Caramel, gingerbread, and cinnamon are my innitial thoughts upon lighting this cigar. The tobacco taste is subtle but fresh and the complex flavors change multiple times while smoking this beast. Overall, the body is mild on this cigar, but the flavors are intense. Nicotine punched me nice towards the end. I'll review them again after a couple more months in the box. - Submitted by Max on January 24, 2005

Review #31: an elite cigar for the elite cigar lovers - Submitted by fares on January 17, 2005

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