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Hoyo de Monterrey Palmas Extra

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Hoyo de Monterrey Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (With cellophane) Boxes of 25.

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Review #17: --- 08 Same problem as previous reviewer, also from a newly opened 08 box, purchased last year in Cuba. My feeling is that a few years of aging, in 60-65% RH, might do some good. Nothing to lose by trying, as they are useless as they are now. - Submitted by MontrealRon on July 30, 2009

Review #16: --- 08 just received box and have tried 3 and cut another 6, so far all but one have a too tight draw. As you know from all my other reviews this is the one thing that I hate the most. After visiting factories in cuba and getting the tours where they have the suction testing machines which apparently all cigars go through there is no excuse. For an inexpensive great quality consisitent smoke at the moment you cant beat the R&J mille fluers - unfortunately my supplier has run out just now. Unable to give a proper tasting of these hoyos coz when i find the draw tight i just have to chuck em,. - Submitted by ian on June 1, 2009

Review #15: In Canada right now this cigar costs around $11 and so I thought I'd give it a day in court. One thing for sure, this is a good enough cigar for the money. Not complex but not timid in it's approach. Mine had tendencies to burn a bit unevenly making it somewhat of a chore to watch and tend to but, hell, I've had bigger problems in my life. The last 4 inches were really quite good. It had a certain creaminess during the last third and also revealed wonderful coffee tastes and some spiciness. All in all, I'd recommend this to someone who wants to experience Cuban tobacco without the premium price. - Submitted by jazzbass on May 20, 2009

Review #14: I have been ageing a few singles for a couple of years and was amazed at how they transformed into a complex flavour bomb albeit with lesser strength than I have grown accustomed to. - Submitted by gabraham2785 on November 10, 2008

Review #13: I bought a few of these at a corner store near me not expecting much. I love the look of them dark and well made the ones I bought were not wrapped in cello and were kind of dry. After dinner I lit one up on a cool summer night. I was surprised with the flavor it was a nice sweet nutty Hoyo taste. The burn was great and the draw was even better. I will buying a box of these for sure. If you like the Hoyo flavor you will enjoy these. - Submitted by Lukeluke on October 5, 2008

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