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Hoyo de Monterrey Le Hoyo des Dieux

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Hoyo de Monterrey Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Corona GrandeRing:42
Weight:10,14 gr.Score:8.7
Presentation: Slide lid box of 25

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Review #18: Have smoked my 2nd from cab of 50 box code FEB 02 and oh what a smoke!Pre-light smeleed of peat.Burn is straight as an arrow. No veins and all different tastes on the palate from ginger to cinnamon!Being partial to a fuller bodied smoke ie Boli or Parti these are highly recommended! Thanks Kevin@cubanlous for the suggestion.These are definitely for the true connisuer. A 5 star smoke! Cheers - Submitted by ami61154 on June 14, 2007

Review #17: The first thing that one notices about this cigar is the appearance: the Corona Grande size is pure class, and the bandless presentation in the Cabinet of 50 only serves to highlight this. The wrapper was smooth, with only slight imperfections, and no big veins. The taste was fairly simple, but still exquisite. The flavour of exotic woods was present throughout the smoke, with lovely hints of spice, nuts, and grass. This cigar finished very nicely, only needing to be put down when it could no longer be held. Although the flavour was not as strong as some people like, I found that this cigar was very close to perfection. - Submitted by agraupe on March 23, 2007

Review #16: Lit one up from a May 03 box and ....heaven. I am a big HDm fan overall but these take the toasty, oak, fall leaves burning in New England to a whole new level. Smoked smooth and quiet at first and built slowly with intensity to a medium strong level. This one does not overwhelm but rather subtley lets you smoke a deep woody, slightly spicey vitola to the end. Similar to Epi 1 but more refined and deeper oak. Top notch in my book. - Submitted by Antipodean Smoker on March 23, 2007

Review #15: This Hoyo de Monterrey Le Hoyo des Dieux is from a 2002 box, code RSE DIC 02. This is the third cigar that I have smoked from this box, and they have been completely consistent. All are beautifully rolled, and have a mild odor of sweetness and spice. When I clipped the cap I saw a nice little divot, so given the beautiful appearance I immediately felt confident that this was an expertly rolled cigar. The cigar lit and burned smoothly throughout, requiring no touchups, and the draw was just right. From the start I got a unique taste of cooking spices, in the context of a mild, toasty tobacco taste. The first flavor that I identified was a sweet ginger. At different times, this cigar reminded me of gingerbread cookies, pumpkin pie, and cinnamon rolls, but these flavors were subtle. This cigar was mild in strength during the first third, but it built to a mild-medium strength during the second and third segments of the cigar. I didn't notice any marked changes in flavor over the course of smoking this cigar--rather, there was a slight building of strength, and at different times my attention was drawn to different variants of sweetness and spice. For me this is a great cigar to enjoy in the morning, when I am looking for something mild but flavorful. I could also see smoking this as the warmup to an evening full of stronger cigars. I may make this cigar a Sunday morning tradition, a great way to start my day off right. - Submitted by Professor Twain on December 1, 2006

Review #14: I always enjoy these, and beleieve these are as complex and savory as some of the more expensive cigars.......Lusi, Espendido, Sir Winston, R Y J Churchill, etc. These never disappoint, and are often overlooked. For me, there is a roasted honey flavor, with under-currents of toffee and espresso. These still remain in my top 10 of recent production Habanos, along with Jl2, Boli CE, and VR Unicos. My latest batch/cabintet of 50 is from 2002. - Submitted by planetbetter on July 21, 2006

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