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The Hoyo de Monterrey Palmas Extra is a delicious and affordable medium Habano. A very nice Corona, that has a strong woodsy flavor, coupled with a subtle spiciness. Never too strong, nor too complex, this vitola appeals to all Cuban aficionados, that are looking for an everyday smoke easy on the wallet.
A Cohiba Success Story! The elegance of this cigar lies in its clear aromas of grilled nuts, licorice and new leather. The Cohiba Siglo III is part of the renowned Cohiba 1492 Line, also known as the Siglo line. The Siglo collection is in commemoration of the discovery of Cuba. Known for its smoothness and medium-full body, this fine Cuban cigar will deliver at least an hour of pleasant smoke. It is excellent when smoked fresh, however with a couple of years of standing it will provide even greater flavor.
The Montecristo Petit Edmundo is a full bodied petit robusto. Same ring gauge as its big brother the Edmundo but the tobacco leaves used are different. The whole Montecristo taste and experience in a short sized smoke.This cigar is a must have for those who enjoy the short and stout vitolas.
The Partagas Lusitanias is a real gem of a double corona. One of the most appreciated Double Coronas throughout the world. Giving yourself a Lusitania from Partagas is giving yourself the pleasure of smoking one of the best cigars in the world. Find an excuse to spare 2 hours to savor its flavor. You'll be glad you did.
Don Alejandro owes his name to one of the most famous Cuban tobacco growers, Alejandro Robaina, who worked for the family business even before the revolution. Since Vegas Robaina was named best tobacco producer during the 1990s. For starters, it is a very beautiful cigar; the wrapping is incredibly. Cigarette smoke starts with lots of chocolate and creamy coffee. There's also some leather, nuts, a little wood and vanilla. The construction is impeccable, impeccable drawing from start to finish, sharp burn line, slow burning and smokeable to the lump. A Great Double Crown
The Montecristo Open Junior Cigar was released in 2009 alongside three other sizes as part of the Open Series from Montecristo. This series was invented to accommodate a new generation of cigar smokers – those who enjoyed a more casual smoke. The Open Junior has the smallest vitola in the series. The tobacco blend is perfect for the more casual smoker – as it provides a medium-full flavour. You’ll find woody aromas whilst puffing on this Cuban cigar.
The special in the Behike 54 is the fourth inserted leaf "Fortress 4", medium time tobacco leaf. For this cigar you get a distinctive strength and a unique flavor. I recommend this Vitola, therefore experienced cigar smokers and friends of strong cigars. For the production of 54 Behike only the selection of the best tobaccos of the premium region of Vuelta Abajo is used. For this series of specially trained Cohiba cigar rollers, in the cigar factory "El Laguito" fully customize these special cigars by hand.
The Hoyo de San Juan from Hoyo de Monterrey is a tasty medium-bodied geniales, with 54 ring gauge and 5.9” (150mm) long and comes in a box of 25 cigars. Released at the 2014 Habanos Festival, this big ring gauge cigar is reminiscent of the old brand, but with a modern twist that appeal to many big ring gauges aficionados. It sports a new band which reads “Serie Le Hoyo” but as any Hoyo de Monterrey, it is hand rolled only using tobacco from San Juan y Martínez district, where the brand was born in 1865. It is of light to medium flavor, very aromatic and rich smoke. One of the best Hoyo out there. Has a great potential for aging, which would make it even smoother.