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Saint Luis Rey Serie A

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Saint Luis Rey Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:143
Format:Corona GordaRing:46
Weight:11,41 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Saint Luis Rey Serie A Review:

This cigar is considered to be medium in strength with very well balanced flavours such as liquorice, honey, cedar or chocolate. But these flavours depend on the age of you boxes or cigars, revealing some earthy, espresso or dark chocolate notes those which are more aged.

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Review #92: JAN 01 Cold aromas very nice. Tight on the draw. Beautiful burn and ash. Heavy on furniture polish. A bit grassy. Somewhat shy and dull. Not a favorite. - Submitted by mjmmm on April 11, 2017


Review #91: DEC 00 Real deal Cuban cigar in all aspects. I have noticed that the real good ones not only taste good, and have alot of smoke.....the tip burns cone shaped. The excellent leaf is in the middle. - Submitted by The Boxcar on August 19, 2016


Review #90: OCT 12 Just received 3 boxes, all GAT OCT 12, and I must say it is only a matter of time before Habanos S.A. either discontinues these OR raises the price on them so that they are equivalent to all the other Corona Gordas oin their portfolio! God forbid they actually sell a cigar rolled with high quality tobacco that doesn't either have a second band on it in a blinged out box or super f'in expensive. In my humble opinion, these are consistently better than every other Corona Gorda Habanos produces....stone fruit, orange rind/ginger root, pekoe tea, honey toast, all dancing around a core of quality tangy, cuban tobacco! You honestly cannot go wrong purchasing a box or 5 of these but honestly it won't hurt my feelings if you don't. Keep buying the Mag 46's, Epi #1's, Siglo IV's, and Superiores! It leaves more for the rest of us who want an actually superior cigar but dont want to spend $1000+ on a box of GR's in order to get a consistently great cigar! I just hope they don't cut these but I have a very good feeling that they won't make it through the next 3 years as they just don't sell enough of them and it shows when you can still get the 50 cabs of these no problem and 2012 boxcodes are the norm when ordering them. Oh well. - Submitted by tonyaccardo on June 18, 2015


Review #89: --- 10 What a surprise! The owner of the shop suggested to me this lovely 5 year aged cigar. I light it and was a bit dull. Ok, I thought, nothing special at all... For few puffs nothing was happening. Was my first time that I smoked an aged cigar and first time Saint Luis Rey. I was expected much more from a 5 year old cigar, but so far nothing at all. Just bit plain and boring. And then... after few more puffs things started to change. Thinking, ok this starts to be interesting! From that moment (maybe just before the second third) and after, cigar was building flavours more and more. At the end I didnt want to leave it from my hand and I was trying to find a way to smoke even the last leaf from it! Burning was very good. Draw just as you want it to be (even if I would prefer bit easier, but thats me). Flavours, coffee and I would dare to say fruit as well (peach, apple). My score would be 9.7 - Submitted by gst on June 13, 2015


Review #88: --- 14 Real nice cigar. Opens with a stone fruit flavor. Transitions into a cocoa and honey flavor. Ends with a bitter chocolate. This cigar needs age, will be a solid 95 in a couple of years. Lots going on here. I believe the flavors here will mellow and transition real nice with some time. Med/med full. Construction good, burn ok. What a year 2014 has been for Cuba!!! - Submitted by PuroPhene on April 3, 2015


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