Friday, April 22, 2016

HOYO by Hoyo de Monterrey Cigar Review

(Cigar Dojo) Aside from a reputation as one of the most well-known Cuban cigar brands (dating back to 1865), Hoyo de Monterrey also operates as among America’s most recognized brands—being produced out of Honduras. Like most-any successful Cuban brand, the cigar holds split rights due to the company’s proprietor fleeing Cuba after their oppressive government threatened to seize rights to all cigar production in 1959.
Since this time, Hoyo de Monterrey has become known for their use of Honduran tobaccos. But for their latest offering, the brand opts for a modernized look, as well as venturing into Nicaragua to harness the bold and powerful qualities of Estelí’s tobacco. Continued

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