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Saint Luis Rey Doble Coronas

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Saint Luis Rey Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:17,86 gr.Score:9.1
Presentation: Banded bundle of 50 in a nature slide-lid box.

Saint Luis Rey Doble Coronas Review:

Difficult to find and only available in cabinets of 50, the Saint Luis Rey Double Corona is possibly one of the top 3 prominentes produced. A medium bodied smoke that tends to change flavor throughout the smoke. Starting light, the cigar develops more full earthy floral flavors a third in and has a long almost sweet finish. The Saint Luis Rey Double Corona is a great cigar for those people seeking a compromise between the the lighter Hoyo Double Corona and the stronger Ramon Allones Gigante. Good now, the Saint Luis Rey Double Corona shows great promise for long term aging. A true connoisseur cigar. (fhmiller 01/20/2004)

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Review #45: --- 04 Began with a very firm draw but opened up a lot around an inch in. Beautiful medium bodied complex flavours - woody, fresh coffee, cream and a peach-esque fruitiness. Hints of honey, saltiness, delicate spice and a delicate mustiness of well matured Cuban tobacco. Yet another great Havana that was discontinued in favour of a torrent of special edition choads with thoroughly average blends. RIP SLR DCs, Bolivar Gigantes, ERDM Tainos etc etc. - Submitted by A. Dyer on December 2, 2019

Review #44: --- 05 Very good smoke. Waited 12 years to enjoy. Expected more but was not unhappy either. The flavor profile seemed to remain the same from foot to head. Cracking a 12 year old box of Lusitanias tonight. - Submitted by Rich Golodner on October 19, 2017

Review #43: APR 07 Miskis, how many years? I have two cabinets from April of 2007. Have yet to sample one, but oil and loom are al over these sticks. - Submitted by Rich Golodner on September 30, 2016

Review #42: --- 12 An excellent cigar with all the SLR flavors. Similar to the Serie A only more so. Lots of smoke. Some progression of complexity. Two hours of rich, slightly-sweet smoking. Age will do these wonders. - Submitted by Miskis on August 22, 2015

Review #41: APR 10 Very nice cigar. Great flavour and aroma,well balanced,medium in strenght. Little one dimesional, but always great. - Submitted by kml on August 17, 2015

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