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Saint Luis Rey Lonsdales

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Saint Luis Rey Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:165
Format:CervantesRing:42
Weight:10,8 gr.Score:7.6
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Saint Luis Rey Lonsdales Review:

This is a fresh, aromatic, floral and mellow cigar. The medium (maybe mild) tobacco taste is balanced in perfection with an outstanding honey sweetness, spicy but not too much and some subtle notes of cocoa. The minimum ageing recommended for this cigar is at least four years.

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Review #21: --- 01 Quite a good lonsdale which I found at a caves cigares in Aix-en-Provence last Saturday. There are five left there in a box from 2001. Slightly over humidified which led to a slow burn. I was fine with that. The flavours were very nice but didn't change much. - Submitted by cookj1 on August 1, 2015


Review #20: --- 01 Quite a good lonsdale which I found at a caves cigares in Aix-en-Provence last Saturday. There are five left there in a box from 2001. Slightly over humidified which led to a slow burn. I was fine with that. The flavours were very nice but didn't change much. - Submitted by cookj1 on July 29, 2015


Review #19: JUN 98 Boring. A cigar for sure and a good one when compared to some of the junk out there, but as far as premium long leaf smokes, these were not even just okay. Perhaps they were too old and past their prime, but it was an unimpressive performance on all levels. - Submitted by Rich Golodner on September 3, 2012


Review #18: APR 98 The flavor was muted and I think the cigar was past its prime. Typical dried fruit, leather, earth, dark sweetness. - Submitted by astripp on September 19, 2011


Review #17: JUL 03 This was my first box of SLR Lonsdale as I’m not really great fan of the marca. But when I got opportunity to buy this box from legendary 2003 production (FDD JUL 03) I didn’t hesitate a bit. Cigars were box pressed, perfectly constructed with a somewhat pale wrappers and great draw. The start was traditionally mild, full of sweet hay taste and some honey in the background. In the second part displayed some strength, with additional flavors of pepper and toasted tobacco. All in all well balanced cigar with properly aged tobacco but without any additional value. - Submitted by Diademo on September 5, 2010


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