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Hoyo de Monterrey Hermosos No. 4 Anejados Cigar - Box of 25

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Length: 5"
Ring Gauge: 48
Flavour: Medium
Packaging: Box of 25 cigars

Vitola: Hermosos No. 4
Smoking Time: 45 Minutes
Other Cigars in this Vitola:
El Rey del Mundo Choix Supreme
Romeo y Julieta Exhibition No. 4
Vegas Robaina Famosos
H. Upmann Connoisseur No. 1

The Hoyo de Monterrey Hermosos No.4 is the third release from the new AÑEJADOS or AGED concept from Habanos s.a: (Montecristo Churchill and Romeo & Julieta Piramides were the first in 2015).

Not only is the vitola new to the brand measuring 5“ (127mm) x 48 ring gauge, the cigars have been box aged for between 5 to 8 years in the perfect humidity conditions of Cuba. This will afford the cigars a mellower, more refined taste as the blend of the leaves meld together over time realising their full potential.

The cigars are presented in dressed boxes of 25 and carry a second band to identify that they are AÑEJADOS. There is also a sticker on the box lid and like other Habanos Specialities, supply is limited to the quantity initially laid down to age.

Tasting Notes

This is everything I love about milder cigars: easy smoking but full of complexity. Slightly unexpected notes of pepper and leather are present throughout with bittersweet dark chocolate popping up towards the end. Good clean finish means it's ideal for a daytime smoke, but you might be tempted to light another one as soon as you finish!

They're slightly more full bodied than your average Hoyo, but very approachable. Without question my favourite Hoyo to date and a reminder of why 2007 is generally seen as one of the better recent years. Highly recommended!

LCDH Chester


90 / 100

"...This beautifully made robusto wears a fine cap and an oily wrapper. The smoke has a floral quality, balanced by elements of wood, almond and touches of vanilla bean..."


Rare Whisky Specialist


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by Simon on Friday 26 October, 2018
The construction is very good, but didn’t seem to quite hit the Epicure 2 standards and looked lightly box pressed. Unlit aroma was Hay, barnyard, vanilla sweetness. Once punched it was easy to light and burned fairly evenly the whole way through. The first draw was not what I was expecting, predominantly hay/grass, woodiness and maybe some waxiness. As I got into the 1st third it gave way to spiciness and a hint of smokiness, but still a little waxy with a slightly bitter aftertaste. Smoke production was not a creamy as I have seen in other HDMs. The 2nd third was more of a revelation, with far more spiciness, not sweet, but more smokey/woody, with a leathery finish maybe some vanilla creeping in. Later in the 2nd third and continuing into the last third, it became sweeter and the smoke became fuller, with a sweeter leather aftertaste and spice being very much in the forefront. Altogether a much nicer cigar as we move into the 2nd and last third much more like a good HDM than the start, which was beginning to frustrate me in its lack or smoothness or production of smoke. All in all, a reasonable cigar, but I had expected more from a certified aged cigar and was left feeling that it was so nearly right, but missed the mark, not by much, but as there are so many other wonderful cigars to choose from the competition demands more. I have another 7 to smoke, so lets see if they improve in the humidor.
by Jason on Saturday 13 August, 2016
Now it's a bit odd reviewing this Anjedos cigar because I haven't tried the normal version yet. So for what it is worth I will have a go. I have tried a number of big named Anjedos cigars and have, in general, been fairly underwhelmed. But I bring good news, I loved this one! It was all one would hope for in an aged cigar; delicate, complex, soft on the palate with a unique mix of tastes which are very pleasant indeed. On initial inspection I was a little worried as the cigar seemed very soft, perhaps under filled or over humidified. But I am not an expert on Hoyos and the cigar smoked delightfully so maybe this is a general characteristic. We shall see because I am definitely going to buy more of these on my return to England. One thing I really liked was the maturation of any cedar notes that I assume are present in the younger cigars. It wasn't that the Cedar was prominent, far from it! It was as if the young cedar had matured into something not so easy to grasp; a willow the whisp or Elfine like, enchanting and magical. Before I go too far..... Just try one and see where it takes you.
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