Hoyo De Monterrey Natural Cigars
Hoyo De Monterrey Natural
You can talk about a legacy brand being old school all you want, but the Hoyo de Monterrey cigar is valedictorian when it comes to classic Honduran flavor and style. First crafted in 1968 by General Cigar’s Estelo Padron, the brand has come to be recognized as the standard by which all other Honduran stogies are judged, with a full, rich taste and body that comes from the simple combination of sun, wind, and soil paired with time-honored blending and maturation techniques. Every layer of the cigar deserves some of the credit, from the Sumatra wrapper from Ecuador, to the Connecticut Broadleaf binder, down to the long-leaf Nicaraguan, Honduran, and Dominican filler.
Forget your quadruple flame, jet-fueled, 50000 BTU torch lighter, these cigars light perfectly using the soft flame from a cedar spill to fill the mouth with heady flavors that call to mind black bread and earthy cocoa, with hints of cinnamon from the Sumatra. Smokers who regularly enjoy the medium-to-full Rocky Patel 1992 Vintage, Camacho Select, or Alec Bradley Black Market owe it to themselves to try Hoyo de Monterrey, the Honduran that started it all. Already think the low CigarPlace.biz price for these cigars is a bargain? Well, notice many of the boxes are loaded with 25 or more of these beauties and then do the math. That’s right, it’s awesome. Class dismissed!
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