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El Rey del Mundo Lunch Club

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El Rey del Mundo Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:6,72 gr.Score:6.9
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #10: This cigar said little to me. The flavours are average, when not sour. The construction wasn't that good either: the wrapper was loosening towards the end, just like reviewer #5. This has been my first El Rey del Mundo ever, and I've been smoking for many years: now I understand why I was never attracted by this brand. - Submitted by sasha on April 26, 2007

Review #9: This little lunch cigar did little for me. It's just an average cigar. No Cuban twang, and some sour notes in the last 1/3. I'm not disappointed, but I won't be rushing out to get more either. The cigar burned evenly and the aromas were nice, but I wouldn't say the flavours were rich. - Submitted by cookj1 on April 19, 2007

Review #8: I started my cigar life with lots of ERDM Choix Supremes and occasionally need a short one for tight timeframes. This one drew very tight and and first third was somewhat boring and lacking depth. Personally I prefer the Hoyo Depute for a short smoke. Much woodier, tastier, etc. This one i felt was just flat boring. - Submitted by Antipodean Smoker on March 10, 2007

Review #7: Didn't care for this one, I'm afraid. Sort of boring, and it was always a toss-up as to whether a puff would bring a nice, slightly spicy, slightly sweet flavour, or a terrible, tarry flavour. This is the kind of quality I'd expect out of a Piedra, or a Rafael Gonzalez Panatela Extra at half the price. - Submitted by agraupe on January 16, 2007

Review #6: A short cigar, but don't be fooled. It took me 45 minutes to smoke to the band. The cuban Rey Del Mundo is one of the liter habanos brands, as opposed to the Honduran version. The cigar was extremely woody and had a nice long cedar-like finish. The burn was slightly off for a few minutes so I touched it up with my lighter. Overall a great, but hard to find vitola. - Submitted by jrieder on November 6, 2006

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