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Hoyo de Monterrey Le Hoyo du Prince

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:7,52 gr.Score:7.6
Presentation: Slide lid box of 25

Average user rating

Review #20: This is a very nice cigar for its price. I only smoked one because in my opinion the cigars wasn't properly aged yet. If you let this cigar age for a while it will be a very nice one - Submitted by deyoeri on December 9, 2008

Review #19: A really enjoyable Hoyo. The draw was quite loose which lead to incredible amounts of smoke. I had to ease off the draw and that really allowed the flavours to come out. I'd suggest this is a medium-full bodied cigar. Perhaps some cedar notes. There was a very sublte sweetness that I couldn't put my finger on. And I kept thinking there might be a slight hint of coffee and/or cocoa. In general, this is a bold cigar that needs to be smoked slowly and with short draws. This smoked a little too fast, in my opinion but I think that's due to the loose draw. - Submitted by cookj1 on June 26, 2008

Review #18: Just aquired a 2000 box of these little beauties. They come in bundles 50. What an incredible smoke for its size. It smoked long and was full bodied like some of the larger ones. - Submitted by kenh on May 11, 2008

Review #17: Cigarro bastante fuerte, sobretodo al principio, predominando los recuerdos a madera y cuero, con leves notas a cafe, sin mas matices.El mas recio de los Hoyos que he fumado.Seguramente mejor con una copa que despues del desayuno. - Submitted by rafa on February 3, 2008

Review #16: Have now smoked a dozen or so from a cab of 50 from March of '99. It's a good thing I wasn't going to judge these interesting little cigars on their looks, as they won't win any beauty contests! But, I had read several reviews that had mentioned the same thing and I was a little prepared. Once you trim one, and take a few pre-light puffs, you'll know right away that looks aren't everything. Once lit, I was pleasantly surprised to find this somewhat strong, and a bit "harsh", but in the old havana way...not unpleasant at all. Nice mild floral notes soon gave way to a rich leather/grass taste that stayed during the majority of the cigar. The earth tones are nice as well. I was surprised, as well, to find a decent amount of depth to this smoke, especially when considering the 40 ring gauge. As for the size, I really liked it. I'm a big Petit Coronas fan, and the 5 1/8 X 40 size seemed to be just right for the blend. Obviously there are cabs from this vintage around, as I paid only 225.00 for 50 and obviously wasn't paying any "vintage" up charge. I would, however, think twice before getting any of these that were too much older, IMHO they seemed to be just right at almost 9 years, and I'm sure a cab from '04 or '05 would smoke great as well. I would recommend this stick to anyone who is a fan of a medium or so strength Petit Corona...not nearly the same as a Bolivar PC or Partagas Short, but then, I wasn't shopping for them either. - Submitted by dlctwice on January 8, 2008

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