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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

Average user rating

Review #97: A very consistent and safe cigar. Excellent burn and draw. Smooth. The only downside is the flavours are predictable and one dimensional. - Submitted by CigarMalaysia on December 5, 2014

Review #96: JUL 12 JUL 13 - Massively overlooked - amazing sweet woody flavours and stone fruit. Have smoked 3 boxes of these this year which is now my daytime smoke, either late morning or early afternoon with coffee. These and the RASS are streets ahead of the other robustos at present. The Partagas SD4 and Hoyo Epicure 2 are in the doldrums right now so time to look elsewhere! - Submitted by cjarman on August 12, 2014

Review #95: One of my favourite cigars. Fantastic tobacco. Super elegant. Flashes of gingerbread some stone fruit.. Milk chocolate and latte.. Finishes with a blast of dark honey. - Submitted by stigmata on April 25, 2014

Review #94: Obtained a couple singles. First was sweet and tangy and mild. Did nor really like it. The second was frustrating; such a tight drawnto the point I thought it was plugged. Had to work so hard not enjoyable and gotvery bitter towars the end, likely because of the tight draw. Will be a while before I revisit. - Submitted by Sparkplug on April 7, 2014

Review #93: Gingerbread biscuit .. then creamy orange peel changing to milk chocolate and honey and then finally dark honey. Slightly tight draw. Burned abit lop sided but always caught up. Smoked it to the nub and only dropped ash once. Perfect mid strength summer smoke - Submitted by stigmata on March 17, 2014

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