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Hoyo de Monterrey Le Hoyo du Roi

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Hoyo de Monterrey Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:142
Format:CoronaRing:42
Weight:9,29 gr.Score:7.2
Presentation: Slide lid box of 25


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Review #7: Not exactly what i expected for a habana, still, an enjoyable smoke. Medium in flavour, kept waiting for the bite but it never came. Was gifted this cigar, don't think I'd take the plunge towards a box. Personally for the price, there are better choices out there. - Submitted by scott3366 on January 5, 2007


Review #6: Smoke a 2002. Taste a lot like the du Prince only more floral. Very woody like all of the Le series. Medium strength, and body with a long finish. Box purchase. - Submitted by TimL on October 9, 2006


Review #5: Smoked one of these last weekend, but I still donít know what to think of it. Itís clearly a cigar of great manufacture. Itís construction is very good, albeit a little tight on the draw. This tight draw combined with the small ring gauge makes it a cigar which needs to be smoked slowly, otherwise it will burn hot and ashy. It took me 1 hour and 25 minutes to finish this relatively small cigar, with only a couple of minor corrections with the torch. So regarding time for money, itís a great cigar. The difficult part is itís taste. It does have that Hoyo-woodiness, but itís Ö well, different. I donít think that this is Ďmy cigarí, but I have to (and will) try another to make sure. - Submitted by Bolivar on May 17, 2005


Review #4: I have to agree with reviewer 2, recently brought a pack of five and had my first today, a nice spicy, slightly peppery smoke, a little difficult in the draw, but generally a well enjoyed smoke, Iím looking forward to the next four. - Submitted by Gramaglia on April 23, 2005


Review #3: Can't agree with reviewer #2 this is one of the best cigars I've had in a long time. Not as tightly packed as a lot of coronas but that just makes for an easier draw and relaxing smoke, spicy, medium strong flavours but not too much pepper. Medium to heavy bodied. Can smoke a little hot but I still smoked them all (pack of 5) down to the nub. Lovely. IMO well worth sampling. - Submitted by willisoften on April 8, 2004


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