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Saint Luis Rey Petit Coronas

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Saint Luis Rey Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #8: Just finishing one right now, have to agree with previous reviewers in that it is slightly rustic in nature, but it does make me wish that it was a bit longer. All in all a thoroughly enjoyable cigar. - Submitted by stjohnroe on September 6, 2007

Review #7: Very well constructed mareva, with colorado maduro wrapper, full of oils. Lights easily, the burn is even and offers ample amounts of smoke. The taste is sweet, cinnamon, nutmeg, and that slight bit of fine leather from the second third. I really enjoyed this cigar a lot. It was not strong, rather, a complex and refined smoke that I really enjoyed. Oh yes, Ill buy a box right away. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on June 7, 2006

Review #6: Prior years (97-99) this was an outstanding cigar, worthy of any humidor. It looked great, smoked great and had a great aroma, packed with complex flavors and power. Albeit not in the league of a Bolivar PC power wise. Rich, earthy, spicy and some sweet flavors combine in a complex little PC that packs a bit of a punch. There are definite nutmeg flavors and some cinnamon. However, my last box (Mar 03) was very dissappointing. Dark colorado wrapper, very rustic looking with poor burning qualities and harsh. Nothing like prior years with more earthiness than nutmeg and twang. Overall rating based on recent experience. - Submitted by JGIORD on June 21, 2005

Review #5: mine are from a cab of 50 dated late 03. the handful i've had have all been excellent in construction, burn, and i can't wait until they get a little more age. they will be wonderful. i'm just sorry that i've dismissed anything from SLR based on 1 bad smoke i had in europe a few years back. if you're looking for strength, this is NOT what you want, but they are full of great flavors. - Submitted by IHT on December 9, 2004

Review #4: Starts off sharp, but tames down to a meium-bodied leather-and earth. Nothing very unique about this cigar, but certainly a satisfying smoke, if a little unrefined as the previous reviewer said. - Submitted by The Privateer on September 18, 2004

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