Mysteriously enough, the first Honduran Hoyo de Monterrey cigars were born of seed smuggled from Cuba in a diplomatic pouch. Today, in the uncompromising style of cigar master Estelo Padrón, Hoyo de Monterrey cigars are still made the nineteenth-century way, cured and aged in their own time by the wind and the weather as nature intended. The resulting full-bodied cigars are as deeply satisfying as they are authentically Honduran.
The original Hoyo de Monterrey cigars were the 1865 inspiration of José Gener, one of the most respected growers in Cuba's famed Vuelta Abajo. Since the early 1970s, an equally illustrious Hoyo de Monterrey cigars tradition has been firmly established in Honduras under the masterful guidance of cigar master Estelo Padrón. In its own full-bodied way, the Honduran Hoyo de Monterrey is, in the judgment of many, more Cuban in character than the Cuban Hoyo. An authentic Honduran cigar from its head to its tuck, Hoyo de Monterrey is crafted with Cuban-seed tobacco carefully cultivated in the richest Honduran soil. Made "en la manera de los Indios" (the Indian way) Hoyo de Monterrey cigars are still simply a product of the sun, the wind, and the soil. A full-bodied cigar of straightforward character, Hoyo de Monterrey cigars invites you to enjoy the standard for all Honduran cigars
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