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Hoyo de Monterrey Doble Coronas

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<< DiademasEpicure Especial LE 2004 >>

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 #120: OCT 03 Boring and one dimensional. I have a cab of 50 and these are but a shadow of the early 90's examples I had. Construction is good but flavor wise these are a big fat nothing burger. Ten years has only exacerbated this condition. - Submitted by OLI62 on September 15, 2015

Review #119: --- 14 Excellent cigar. Most complex cigar I have ever smoked. Starts out with a sweet cream, cedar on retro. I am not an HDM fan, but this stick is a game changer. 2nd 3rd is sweet leather, friut and vanilla, along with coffee. Last third is honey and vanilla along with roasted nuts and some weird caramel flavor. This is by far the best offering by HDM. Very high quality tobacco here. Started out light bodied finished full. Really an amazing experience. Wowed. Great draw, construction. Burn wonky at times but so what. 96 point stick - Submitted by PuroPhene on April 18, 2015

Review #118: A creamy and elegant cigar indeed.If you have the time and pacience to smoke a 2 hours prominente, but you do not want a full body experience, this is the cigar to go. Do not confuse yourself thinking about a longer epicure n2 here, this cigar is a diferent animal,and a little more strong and full bodied than the epicure series. Still, a magnificent cigar that will keep the aficionado atention with the flavor profiles changes, that moves between the cedary and wood flavors, to the cream and sweetness of dark chocolate. Showing sporadicly some ppepery notes, this is a nice option for a long smoke. - Submitted by ekoffmann on August 20, 2014

Review #117: Well packed and smooth draw with white ash, good burn and lots of tasty smoke. 1/3 - Light bodied, sweet chocolate; 2/3 - Vanilla and creme caramel; 3/3 - Medium bodied, woody. Rating : 89/100 - Submitted by nanerobert on May 23, 2014

Review #116: SEP 04 This is a really good cigar, very mild in the first half, medium in the second half. If I only smoked halfway, I would have rated it a 5 out of 10. The second half, and more precisely the last 3 inches, a 10 out of 10. Smooth creamy leathery and fairly spicy at the end. Perfect draw and burn all the way through. The cab I got was about 20 years old, and aged very nicely. Lots of plum on the top layer. These are from the old Cubatabaco days, and highly recommended. - Submitted by nightdiverbill on October 11, 2013

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