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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 #105: SEP 08 I have been smoking MC-DC for some time and they are wonderful. Specially on a beautiful summer long days you can enjoy it for 2 hrs. It is medium/full body cigar in my tast but overall you enjoy it from the beginning to the end. I got a new box of 25 dated Sep/08 and shape of this cigar is not round its rectangle shaped, is this common (I have not seen rectangle shape beofre) or just a new shape ? Enjoy! - Submitted by nakhter on May 19, 2010

Review #104: MAY 04 My local cigar store has had this box lying in their humidor for years. I treated myself to a single and smoked it when visiting the family back home. The finest Hoyo DC I have ever had the pleasure of enjoying. Spongy to the touch but with just enough resistance on the draw. Medium-full bodied, rich, seductive and creamy. Sweet woods, dried grass, honey and coffee with a developing saline background which is utterly intoxicating, and I have only found in well aged Hoyo DCs and Churchills as well as a particularly good box of Sancho Panza belicosos I tried years ago, though too bland a cigar for me. Leather and earth developed out in the final third. Just outstanding. - Submitted by A. Dyer on May 13, 2010

Review #103: ---   I smoked my first Double corona tonight. I bought a single at the cigar store, paid a fortune for it. The first thing I noticed was the size and how spongy it was. It really is a large cigar! Anyways I fired it up and tasted nuts and hay, very light and floral. The cigar burned quite fast but evenly. The second half got aggressive and harsh maybe due to its age? I did not see the box code. However the end gave way to a gentle finish. All in all a great cigar to watch the game with. Too bad the celtics lost. - Submitted by Lukeluke on May 8, 2010

Review #102: OCT 08 cab a box of 50 - Submitted by gabe on December 3, 2009

Review #101: DEC 99 hoyo de monterrey doble coronas - Submitted by gabe on December 2, 2009

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