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Saint Luis Rey Regios

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Saint Luis Rey Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Hermoso No. 4Ring:48
Weight:10,86 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #32: I smoke way too many cigars that can be good for me. RASS's, Party 898's, Bolivar RC's, BBFs, Upmann No.2's, Mag46s, SLR Series A's, Monty Especiales NO.2, San Cristobal El Morros, Punch DC's LA Gloria No.2 and a few more I guess. Not to the mention PAdron 1926s. Just to give you a backround on what I've smoked the last 3 months. Maybe I have to cut back. ANYWAY...this SLR regio, the first one I ever tried impressed me very much. And I am not easily impressed. The taste was great and kept me interested the entire time with nuts, sweet tobacco and cream,(maybe a little cinnamon and light chocolate some people taste in there to, but I'm not sure. There's all kinds of flavor in this baby) in the beginning to a fantastic perfectly balanced sweet coffe and cream the last third. It possessed great complexity as well when I consider the different flavors, the near opulence of the smoke which was thick and rich, and hung in the air when I exhaled like a cloud, and mutating power that, when combined with its great flavor profile kept me offbalance and excited for each puff. On any given draw I was pleasantly surprised by how good this cigar was. I'm left wondering why this cigar isn't more revered. Its a real gem. The box code JUN 06. - Submitted by Jimbo on June 9, 2007

Review #31: Just finished the 3rd from a box May 06. Need to lay off these and let them age, but the flavor is so good now. The Habanos guide says they are full-bodied but I find them to be more medium, not that it matters. Pre-light draw, nice caramel and spicy taste. When just lit it's flavor is spice and sweet, with a hint of herbs. There are layers of flavor, vegetal, like a forest after a rain. Spice, a combination of pepper, ginger and almost a hint of caraway. Caramel, not sweet all the time, but sometimes sweet. Floral notes and a "green" tobacco taste, not green as in raw, young tobacco but in the way the flavor makes the color green come to mind. At the end the intensity picks up. The spice and tobacco deepen and the floral sweetness subsides. All 3 cigars from this box have had this quality. This is not an in-your-face cigar, you need to take some time to pick up the subtle flavors or you'll miss them and think this is a boring smoke. You have to "listen" to this cigar's nuances. If you do you'll love it. - Submitted by Arnie on April 17, 2007

Review #30: Already one of my favorite cigars, I've been pleasantly surprised by my FEB 06 box. Stronger & with earthier flavor than the 02s & 03s I'm used to, these are worth seeking out. - Submitted by Bassman on March 18, 2007

Review #29: just got a half box from 02, great smoke. Wasn't a fan of these, but i am now - Submitted by MR_MINIWHEAT on February 24, 2007

Review #28: Almost done with a box from May 2005. I was so excited when I first got these. They were dark and oily (some even oozing some oils onto the band) and very well crafted, with a nice density and no discernable soft spots. Unfortunately the smoking expereience did not meet the aestetics. They are medium mild and have a rather non exciting one dimensional flavor profile. The main flavor seems to be cocao, but not rich and smooth like milk chocolate, but rather dark and dusty dry. These are actually sticks which I prefered when they were younger, when they had some lushness to them, which at least made things interesting. Not a bad cigar at all, mind you, but nowhere near the complexity and intrigue of other Cuban Hermosos like the ERDM Choix Supreme or the R&J Exhibition #4 (or even other sizes for that matter). I won't be buying any more boxes of these. - Submitted by HABANO DUDE on February 7, 2007

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