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Saint Luis Rey Coronas

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Saint Luis Rey Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:9,29 gr.Score:6.8
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Saint Luis Rey Coronas Review:

This cigar is a complex smoke, but definitely it needs ageing to reveal that complexity and all its potential (At least five years recommended). The medium tobacco taste is perfectly balanced with some earth, pepper or honey flavours among others.

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Review #13: --- 97 Saint L. Rey coronas vint.97- last ones I had were from 1997. Unfortunately these had lost much of their appeal. One dimensional and light. Earthy coffee notesÖnothing complex. By no means a bad cigar. - Submitted by dimi681 on November 3, 2013

Review #12: Of all the cigars I smoked in Cuba last week this one was the most disappointing. I don't want to say it wasn't a good cigar, I just expected so much from it being a Saint Luis Rey. The corona is the most disappointing from this brand that I have had. An overpowering burnt coffee/espresso flavour. Rich earth. A slight sweetness. However, it never really changes. Somewhat linear and lacking in complexity. A little underfilled, however this could be from the humidity in the hot Cuban afternoon that made it a little spongey. - Submitted by cookj1 on January 17, 2009

Review #11: What a GREAT smoke! Didn't expect so much power from this stick. I've been smoking Cubans for about 15 years and this one from '07 is one of the strongest I've ever had. Going to have a hard time laying off these for a few years! - Submitted by ElJefe on May 12, 2008

Review #10: For long time I didnít care for this marque but when SLR Corona is passed to me I never turn it down, especially if it has some age on. This one was from 2000, with rather veiny wrapper but perfect construction. When they are young they have predominant grassy flavor but with nearly eight years on this is definitely different cigar. Most of the time she stayed rather linear, without much complexity but quiet pleasant. Different flavors were trying to come to the foreground. Prevailing were notes of earth and wood with coffee background. Even some creamy undertone was hiding somewhere in the middle. However all this flavors were unbalanced and didnít complement each other. This Corona has rather harsh ending when younger, but this one burned my fingers. - Submitted by Diademo on March 11, 2008

Review #9: I've had a box of 2001 forever- well, since 2001. Not much flavor in them until the past wear when they really came around. Medium strength earthy flavors, with perfect draws. These are fine smokes, but need to be aged. - Submitted by Bassman on June 28, 2007

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