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Saint Luis Rey Serie A

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Saint Luis Rey Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Corona GordaRing:46
Weight:11,41 gr.Score:8.6
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #49: APR 02 Box pressed with an oily dark wrapper, a bit of bloom and an intoxicating pre-light aroma. Coffee, cocoa, vanilla, and tinge of exotic wood flavors in this medium-full bodied cigar. Unfortunately, the cigar has an intermittent metallic taste that makes it incredibly harsh and really brings down what should be a great smoke. - Submitted by cigar-sama on August 5, 2008

Review #48: I guess I've already reviewed this cigar, but I feel I have to review it one again, beacuse it's such a great cigar! So underestimated, unfortuanately... It's well constructed, showing a solid body and a regular wrapper, and it delivers big masses of smoke. It's medium to strong (3 on a 1 to 5 scale), tasty / earth, leather, wooden notes, and provides a gorgeous aftertaste. I love it! - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on August 1, 2008

Review #47: medium strength excellent overall flavor and left a wonderful impression..great corona gorda up there the punch punch and magnum 46 and juan lopez no.1 - Submitted by sause2112 on July 18, 2008

Review #46: APR 02 Meaty, thick and well constructed. A great tasting cigar. I have yet to experience any sweetness,but anything is possible as I check out this box. It is a bit on the small side, it just makes me long for the Cab of SLR DC I am aging from 2007. That will be a while, but oh so good. Anyway, I love the series "A"s and am glad to have checked them out. - Submitted by Rich Golodner on June 28, 2008

Review #45: I would dare call SLR cigars as niche market ones. One has to have smoked a variety of cigars, in order to appreciate a SLR. But not this one, the infamous Serie A. This is a "typical" Gorda, full of aromas and tastes. It is not a typical Saint Luis Rey. It's more of a Punch Punch-Punch with neglect-able differences. A good -one hour smoke- cigar. Nothing more, nothing less. I give it a 6 because it lacks the aggression and spirit of SLR. - Submitted by El Greco on June 9, 2008

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