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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 #27: 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

Review #26: Just smoked one from a new box of May 06. Nice smoke not a great deal of strength but very pleasant. Draw was superb. Looks like this box will need some time in the humidor. Looks like a real winner. Great smoke at this yourg age. - Submitted by tonyman3 on February 7, 2007

Review #25: i picked up a few singles from a Hong Kong shop (COH). this one was given to me free of charge as the last one in its box, apparently not in its best shape as it was dry. not particularly the type to wait it out till i could bring it back in shape, i torched it up. well, this is the best-tasting 'dried-out' cigar ever. the flavor was still complex, had a long finish, and the aroma was unbelievable. delicious. - Submitted by chrisboy on December 28, 2006

Review #24: I recently purchased two cabinets of 50. One is in now, and has a box code from 2006. Even for a "younger" cigar, it is lush with a full variety of full bodied flavor across the palate. Strong notes of chocolate, coffee, and leather are abound. The wrapper is flawless, and the cap is a true sight of beauty. I truly consider this cigar to be a SOLID 9 out of 10. I will be keeping this in my humidor for years to come! - Submitted by jcruise400 on December 19, 2006

Review #23: I bought 50 of these recently and am still trying to decide whether I really like them or not. I find they are like larger SAN CRISTOBAL EL PRINCIPES. They are mild with their own very unique Cuban profile with an undercurrent of spice. They go well with a nice Armagnac. Calling them "great for the novice" as one reviewer did is a bit harsh, I think. I suspect I'll keep smoking them and never know what I truly think, though I love how well they're made, the easy draw, and the odd dry taste. Best to appreciate them for what they are, rather than for what they're not--a 90+ point Cuban. - Submitted by Steve on October 8, 2006

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