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The Hoyo de Monterrey Hoyo Du Prince is a sweet and mild Corona. The Le Hoyo Series was created apart from the Hoyo de Monterrey line, this explains the difference in names and shapes of the cigars. The Le Hoyo cigars are thinner and they are slightly stronger than the regular Hoyo de Monterrey. The Hoyo du Prince hovers around a mild to medium, which main aromas are of wood, earth and leather. There is a lot of sweetness in the aromas, lots of creaminess, some honey, some nuts, and some fruit notes also add to the richness. The spices are also always present, but never too strongly, just a tingle on the lips. Overall a mild and rich cigar, perfect for a morning cigar. Pretty affordable. A cigar that ages very well, 2 years of ageing are recommended.
The Hoyo de Monterrey Double Coronas is a subtle Cuban cigar, a light-medium Prominente. For some, they say this is the best cigar in the world. This Double Corona has already confirmed its rank in the marketplace: it's a great smoke. The only complain that could be made about this cigar come from very seasoned aficionados who would say it might not be strong enough. As all vitolas from Hoyo de Monterrey this Doble Coronas (Double Coronas) is extremely well constructed. It has a smooth oily wrapper, a good draw and strong aromas. Every modern Habano has somehow been influenced by this amazing cigar, but it is in a league of its own. It is softer in touch and creamier than the Partagas Lusitanias and the Double Coronas from Punch, it appears also bigger when in hand.
Known for its strong black tobacco flavor since its inception in 2003, this is the cohiba cigarette. He looks a lot like the Habanos. Developed from cohiba original, it is its smoothest version, with an exclusive and delicate flavour.
The Montecristo OPEN Eagle is a premium Cuban cigar, super Robusto size. The big ring gauge allows a fresh and smooth smoke and reveals light woody and spicy aromas.There is a nice second cigar band around the wrapper with the golden letter OPEN and the vitola name “Eagle”.The Montecristo OPEN Eagle reflects the need for milder Habanos among modern cigar aficionados.
The Jose L. Piedra Cazadores Cigar is one of the most affordable Cuban Cigars, while still offering great quality and incredible flavor. It has a Cazadores vitola. You can expect a medium-bodied smoke, with creamy coffee notes and a hint of acidity.
The name Guantanamera should be quite easy to recognize for most people. It comes from the title of a famous song by the Cuban composer, Joseito Fernández in 1928. This was a very popular song around the world, especially during its push in the 1960s. As for the age of the brand, this is a fairly young cigar label, as it was only introduced to the world in 2002. Instead, Guantanmera cigars get their tobacco from Vuelta Arriba, the second most important tobacco region. Each vitola in the line is known as "machining", which simply means they are machine-made.
The Montecristo Especial No.2 is a great choice for a pure smooth Cuban medium. It is not complex, mainly has a cedar flavor, with a little cocoa, walnut and just the right amount of spices. Soft smoke, long finish. Creamy and spicy in the retro-hale. This cigar simply offers a great Montecristo experience, a perfect way to discover the world of Habano.
Montecristo Dantes Cigar was selected by Habanos as one of his limited edition cigars for 2016. Dantes provides a full-bodied smoke, with notes of cedar and pepper. Delicious honey and chocolate flavors, some of the best tobacco leaves on Isla Grande are found inside this smoke. This cigar is known to show fantastic aging potential. A fantastic mix of flavors.