San Juan y Martinez is a small town in Vuelta Abajo (the main source of tobacco for Habanos) and the inspiration behind the name of this cigar. All of the Seco and Ligero leaves used in the in the blend are taken from the surrounding plantations.
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Hoyo de Monterrey owes its origin to the town of San Juan y Martinez, which lies at the heart of the Vuelta Abajo tobacco zone. Here the Hoyo de Monterrey plantation, one of the great Vegas de Primera (First Class Fields), can be reached through a gate on the town?s main square inscribed ?Hoyo de Monterrey. Jos? Gener. 1860?. ?Hoyo? literally means a ?hole? and in this case describes the low-lying position of the plantation on the fertile banks of the San Juan y Martinez river. Jos? Gener, a Spaniard from Tarragona, first used the name of his vega on a brand of Havanas in 1865. The flavour of Hoyo de Monterrey?s blend makes it an attractive choice for those who seek a delicate yet aromatic Havana that is lighter to the taste but with great elegance and complexity.