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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 #86: NOV 08 My favorite cigar. Medium body, packed with flavor. These require little aging to be fantastic. I read that SLR is one of the few brands that uses leaves only from a certain group of fields, and that gives them the famous toasted gingerbread and caramel notes without being spicy at all, totally smooth. This is why the fields are pictured on the box. Frank Sinatra had good taste. - Submitted by peteando on December 24, 2011


Review #85: April 10 box code. Wonderful honey flavors and vanilla notes. There is a long finish, but it is fairly mild. - Submitted by astripp on April 19, 2011


Review #84: APR   This stick came from April 2010 box, so not even a year old. Fabulous. First couple puffs pretty bland, then POW!! A complete 360 in seconds, medium body but full of flavor! I found it to be pretty sweet tasting throughout with floral and caramel hints in the beginning tapering into deeper chocolate, leather,and pepper spice towards the end. Construction and burn were immaculate, no relights or touchups needed. A fantastic cigar, cant wait to see how the rest of the box ages! - Submitted by yoyoitscraig on February 7, 2011


Review #83: --- 08 As per my review #78, a brilliant smoke. Another stick from the same box with about 6 months in the humidor and this time with a smaller hole punched. It has added pleasantly toasty and earthy flavours. Creamy, thick smoke in a very smooth delivery. Very well made, good draw and even burning. Flavours are sweet and mouth watering yet not overpowering, well blanced. Not a particularly strong flavoured cigar but very enjoyable, very fragrant, almost incense like. An ideal stick to cap off a good night. - Submitted by sengjc on September 19, 2010


Review #82: ---   Great looking cigar with box pressed shape and a nice lighter color wrapper. When squezed the cigar feels tightly packed and very firm. Initially the draw is tighter than normal but it gives a moderate volume of smoke for the first centimeter after it loosens up. The cigar starts with herbal and sweet flavors while the strenght is medium and things stay this way during the first third. Going into the second third herbal flavor gets replaced by hints of leather and the sweetnes intensifies while the strenght is still medium. The final third is a combination of aforementioned flavors with medium to full strenght. Burn was very good with only one touch up required for the whole duration of the 1 hour and 45 minutes that it took to smoke this cigar. The ash held for about 2 inches and was very compact. While the construction of these cigars is excellent the combination of flavors, atleast for me, is not that good and for the price of 9 euro I will take a monty 4 or a bolivar next time. - Submitted by promajk on May 20, 2010


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