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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 #82: ---   Great looking cigar with box pressed shape and a nice lighter color wrapper. When squezed the cigar feels tightly packed and very firm. Initially the draw is tighter than normal but it gives a moderate volume of smoke for the first centimeter after it loosens up. The cigar starts with herbal and sweet flavors while the strenght is medium and things stay this way during the first third. Going into the second third herbal flavor gets replaced by hints of leather and the sweetnes intensifies while the strenght is still medium. The final third is a combination of aforementioned flavors with medium to full strenght. Burn was very good with only one touch up required for the whole duration of the 1 hour and 45 minutes that it took to smoke this cigar. The ash held for about 2 inches and was very compact. While the construction of these cigars is excellent the combination of flavors, atleast for me, is not that good and for the price of 9 euro I will take a monty 4 or a bolivar next time. - Submitted by promajk on May 20, 2010

Review #81: ---   Unsure of age as it was from a batch of five. 2 months in humidor, impeccable draw, burn and construction. Medium strength a nice change after getting my head blown off by a Punch and then a Vegas Robaina recently. Still as with all cubans plenty of body. Pre-light aroma had a clove quality to wrapper which is always a good sign. Cutting revealed tightly packed, good construction, beautiful cap by the way. Got a lot of spice, black pepper in 1st third. Thing I liked about this cigar was multi layered flavours as this spice gave way to cacao, espresso flavours but spice in different sections lingered and stayed on as an overtone over a long finish. Later on, all kinds of flavours inter-changing (agree with review 78 on flavour profile, hardly any tar build up fairly quick burn rate). Also picked up white chocolate, hay - horse stable, compost, creamy vanilla, wood, earthy tobacco field, with a nice slight saltiness to all this. Superb finish - finger burner, excellent cigar. - Submitted by tapsqui on April 23, 2010

Review #80: JAN 08 After spending about 6 months in my humidor; it has excellent burn, draw and flavor. Very medium taste with nut and chocolate hints.Smoked properly enough to let it burn cool, better taste multidimensional taste.. - Submitted by ozkanoguz7 on April 21, 2010

Review #79: --- 08 Tried a single that was sitting in the humidor over the summer. A mild smoke, no question. Burn and draw were solid, and have to agree with #78...for the first 2/3...really enjoyed it. The last 1/3 was not as enjoyable...just tasted like leather, no complexity...and it was plugged (first time ever). Started off with so much promise, but ended with a whimper. I have two more singles, we'll see how those fare...6.5/10...would've been 7 if it smoked till the end. - Submitted by bmynn on March 24, 2010

Review #78: --- 08 Came from a box of 08's, can't remeber the month though. Smooth, slightly oily Colorado Maduro wrapper with hardly any veins. Quite a thick Gordas as it felt more like a long Robusto. Densely packed, good construction. Prelit aromas were a little mulled. Punched a large hole and first draw was an explosion of flavours. Some honey and floral aromas at the start with noticeable spice. Progressing through to coffee and cacao with hints of earth. Then the wood and leather comes into play. As we progress to the second third, the spice levels reduce. At the start of this period, every one of the consecutive 5 or 6 puffs had a different dominant flavour. This kept on going for the better half of that third...magical! In the final third the body increases from being medium to heavy. Now the flavours change to dark roasted coffee, bitter chocolate, leather, earth and heavy caramel. The aftertaste throughout finishes a little short with some salty tang to it. Not as woody and leathery as I have expected and definitely not a strong cigar. Excellent draw and burns even throughout. Not a hint of tar until the last half inch. This will definitely join the ranks of Bolivar, Montecristo and Partagas as preferred brands. Only slight fault: a little quick burning which leaves you yearning for more. - Submitted by sengjc on March 13, 2010

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