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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 #41: I had only a couple of singles from those. In total about 6-7. But to me they are the weekest among the cuban robustos. No burn problems at all , but flavourwise it only catches up in the last third. Boli, Partagas, and RASS are to me the much better choise.(BD 04/06) - Submitted by bolibeli on January 9, 2008


Review #40: This cigar smells sweet and tastes sweeter throughout. It has a beautiful lightish wrapper and the clarity of the flavours makes this cigar a real lipsmacker. The cigar begins with vanilla cream and a tangy zestiness - with cedar, coffee and slight leather undertones. Halfway down the flavour becomes more earthy and leathery. Towards the nub the flavours intensify to a sweet and peppery crescendo - till the lips are burnt sore. A truly excellent cigar and it has now demoted the ERdM Choix Supreme to second place of the Hermoso no.4 premier league. - Submitted by CastroGTX on January 2, 2008


Review #39: Excellent cigar, when the draw is workable... I cannot rate it any better this time around than a 7, because approx. half of my box of 25 were plugged... When good, there are strong notes of coconut, young (but good) tobacco. Also present are subtle and excellent flashes floral/perfume aromas. Again, then the draw works, the burn is flawless, and the ash dark and strong. Wish I could give it what a good one deserves (9 +/-), but cannot, sadly. -JRN - Submitted by jcruise400 on November 24, 2007


Review #38: I really enjoy the Hermoso No.4 size cigar and found the Regios to be a great addition to my humidor. A smooth and well balanced cigar, thatís wrap is in the traditional Habanos style. Enjoy any time of the day! - Submitted by pshamrock on November 7, 2007


Review #37: Upon clipping the cigar, I noticed a ample divot, which has historically provided an excellent draw and on taking a pre-draw I was once again assured that the draw would be excellent! Torching the foot and taking the initial puff of the cigar, my comment was initially grassy, but that quickly subsided into a deep sweet fruity essence. The Fruitiness developed into a core flavor of the cigar and was wonderful. The Oak Barrel woodiness which upon turning into the 2nd third of the cigar was mixed with refined herbal notes and wonderful floral, vanilla, honey and cinnamon flavors. About the time the cigar turned into its final third, the essence of the sweet almost stewed fruitiness with nice rich leather and a discreet spice danced on my palate. This was an excellent cigar. I would say that it was medium in body and medium-full with flavor. I would rate the cigar a solid 4/6 as it is currently a very good cigar and I feel that it has excellent aging potential. This stellar example came from a Cab dated TGR JUN 05. - Submitted by Tampa1257 on September 5, 2007


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