After the Cuban Revolution, many of Cuba’s top cigar experts left to look for tobacco comparable to that of their homeland. Estelo Padrón set himself up in Honduras, and after trying different blends, released one of the first big Honduran lines: Hoyo de Monterrey. These leathery smokes offer several different delicious wrappers along with long-filler tobaccos from around the world. There is not a cigar shop without a stash of Hoyo de Monterrey, the cigar that brought Honduran tobacco to the forefront and showed the world that excellent premium cigars could be made outside of Cuba. Pick up the Hoyo de Monterrey today at Santa Clara Cigars.