Hoyo de Tradición cigars pay homage to Hoyo de Monterrey's time-honored Cuban heritage and taste. The blend consists of choice Honduran San Agustin and Dominican Piloto Cubano leaves, plus a savory Nicaraguan leaf from the remote volcanic island of Ometepe. Bound with a robust Connecticut Habano leaf, Hoyo de Tradición is BOX-PRESSED in a buttery, Honduran Jamastran Viso Rosado wrapper. The result is a creamy-smooth, medium-bodied smoke bubbling with rich, earthy, caramelized flavors.
Very tasty. Good draw and even burn. I highly recommend this medium body cigar1 0
I'm on my 10th Hoyo de Tradicion Toro Grande. This cigar never disappoints. Exceptionally tasty, toasty and smooth with rich tobacco flavor and absolutely no bitterness from first draw to the nub. I can find no fault in this cigar, which, IMHO, is be best medium body/medium strength cigar anywhere. Being a box-pressed stick, the draw is firm as expected. The only real fault is that you need to set aside a long period of time to smoke the Toro Grande. I'll go for the Robusto size for my next box. Try this one -- I guarantee it will find a deserving spot in your regular rotation.2 0
It was very bland at the head and the body tasted bitter and nasty! Then again in did not get to my house in good condition.0 0
The Jury is still deliberating, but I so far enjoyed the 5 I've smoked. I will try some more and see if this is a smoke worthy of my humidor...So far, so good.0 0