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Saint Luis Rey Regios

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Saint Luis Rey Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:127
Format:Hermoso No. 4Ring:48
Weight:10,86 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #51: JUL 07 I just bought another box of these and its only 1yr old and it taste different to the first that got which was 2yrs old! Now is cause it had another year to age or has my palete changed, not sure? BUT what i can say that these cigars are very NICE they burn very even, the aroma is great, i enjoyed every min and for the price that i payed they are wonderfull cigars to have, i'd rather have 2-3 box's these babies than just 1 box of cohiba's! Then there is the cab of 50's to try... WOW!! what a smoke! - Submitted by mal on July 18, 2008


Review #50: Smoked one of these last night. I've had several over the past few years, and they remain a consistently good choice. The only negative point about the last one I smoked was a stubborn refusal to remain alight! Otherwise the flavour and aroma were pretty much perfect. I particularly enjoyed the last 3rd, more pronounced chocolate flavours. - Submitted by Tony38 on July 15, 2008


Review #49: I smoked the 3rd one in last night of box06. The burn was perfert and even and noticed the cigar was well-constructed and rolled. Aroma was better than previous. I noticed Regios had been improving eventually after aging longer and longer. Comparatively, the quality and cost are so competitive and highly recommended as a daily-cigar. - Submitted by ericryan on July 8, 2008


Review #48: AUG 06 Picked up a SLB of 5o of these and am not disappointed at all, an excellent smoke! When I'm not sure what I'm in the mood for this always seems to fit the bill. I've gone through about 15 so far and not a dud yet, all have smoked & burned great. Creamy cedar with a spicey kick by the end. If I had any room left in my humi I'd probably pick up another 50 to sit on for 5 years or so because I'm sure these will age magnificently!! - Submitted by oc2noho on May 28, 2008


Review #47: DEC 06 I bought a box of 06 regios and keep it properly for around 1 week plus. The potential is good. The taste although is not refine as an aged cigar but the taste is somewhere there. Truly a cigar of potential if aged for 3 years. - Submitted by g00degg on May 23, 2008


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