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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

Average user rating

Review #8: A nice cigar with a full flavour and dark oily wrapper. I have only smoked one out of a box but this particular cigar was slightly tight. - Submitted by jimcanada on March 9, 2006

Review #7: A very good cigar plenty of earthy flavour and I would describe the strength as medium to full. This sample was from a Box made in 03 had a fine draw, well worth a try. - Submitted by jimcanada on February 22, 2006

Review #6: A pantheon of flavors. White pepper and honey lie under this perfectly bind cigar. Nothing better that one of these coronas and a cup of strong mountain tea. - Submitted by Vassilis on November 29, 2005

Review #5: Did not draw well. One after the other I had to throw them away. From what I could taste, too green. Not worth it. - Submitted by Frederick on February 9, 2005

Review #4: Perhaps Reviewer #3 has it right: I could not find hints of any greatness in this cigar. Cigar was rolled very firm, and had a tight draw. Flat flavour and a slight ammoniac aroma throughout the entire stick, developing a fuller body towards the end. Tobacco used is clearly very young, as I developed the characteristic congestion in the throat after smoking this. - Submitted by The Privateer on August 23, 2004

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