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Hoyo de Monterrey Petit Robusto

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Hoyo de Monterrey Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Petit RobustoRing:50
Weight:9.59 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: Boxes of 25 Cigars

Average user rating

Review #110: Just finished one. An excellent new year smoke. Soft and still rich flavor. Highly recommended! - Submitted by TonyMontana on December 31, 2007

Review #109: I've purchased quite a few of these in the last few of years and found them to be excellent on whole. There's an occassional dud, but I couldn't believe how consistant they were with plumes of smoke laced with spice and leather overtones....just really good. Certainly as good as the Cohiba Robustos that I've smoking and much less expensive obviously. - Submitted by rzq15q on December 19, 2007

Review #108: I've had a couple of these now and I'm not overly impressed. The short fatty 'el gordito' format looks good and seems like the answer to the time/robusto dilemma - however it seems there is a reason that no-one had bothered with the format before. The draw is difficult at times, the burn uneven, and it wants to go out towards the middle. After a year in the humidor you could expect more from a cigar that explicitly markets itself as a buy-now-smoke-now new generation habano. As for the taste, well everyone has their own preferences, but I find it salty and woody for the first third or so - slightly too bland for me. It then opens up a bit, with a bit more flavour and even a hint of sweetness for a brief moment which is the touch you wish it had from the start (especially since the smoke from the other end actually smells like honey and cedar - pity that's not the taste). Unfortunately this is where the burn/construction issues come into play, and puffing hard means overheating, re-lighting means a horrible ashy taste, and overall any potential for enjoyment is lost in the effort. Ach well... - Submitted by frenchkiwi on October 16, 2007

Review #107: A very different experience since the last one i had a while back; short, harsh and uneven burn marred an otherwise almost flawless small cigar. Lovely appearance and colour with just a hint of tooth to the wrapper and a gorgeous deep cedar nose. Once lit however the issues began; a nice easy draw only gave a harsh, ashy flavour and she hit a plug 10 minutes in, burnt uneven and then went out 3 times in succession. Frustrated by the poor taste and constant need for maintenance i put her down and lamented on what might have been. These are better than this but I am more frequently encountering production issues from the Island than ever before whilst some of the more reliable Dominican and Honduran houses are actually better in terms of construction but miss the distinctive Cuban palate. Pick your poison friend... - Submitted by Uncle on October 9, 2007

Review #106: One fantastic cigar that smiking it for me as a young smoker seems like a mystique experience, great to smoke it in autumn time - Submitted by marios on September 25, 2007

This cigar spans 39 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 [18] 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

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