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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 #39: I'm on the last five or so from my second box, and will definitely order more of these. They are not strong, but they carry intriguing flavors, especially in the second third, where smoking them very slowly gives off a smooth, sweet, slight anise tone that is delightful. A great mid-morning smoke. A few in this box were overfilled and tough to draw, but a good experience nonetheless. - Submitted by timoto on March 2, 2008

Review #38: Wonderful cigar. I will definitely buy one more box of these - Submitted by Christianjes86 on January 29, 2008

Review #37: Since never having the opportunity to smoke this brand before, I bought one in the LCDH when in Varadero Cuba, to sample before buying by the box. This was from a box dated 2005, a beautiful vitola with an oily sheen to it, and it looked wonderful and I was looking forward to a real treat. Unfortunately I was unable to get a proper draw out if it, even after trying to work it with a small poker. I guess I just got a plugged one, but I was able to get a hint of the outstanding flavors and the potential this cigar would have had if not plugged. As a result of that experience I was not going to take a chance on a whole box, but I will definitely be giving it another try.., hopefully with more luck. - Submitted by ihupaliw on January 25, 2008

Review #36: LAP SEP07 recieved yesterday - smoked 3 so far. Each has had a perfect draw, beautifully constructed and definitely ready to smoke right now. Honey sweet very refined and nicely box pressed although on the whole less than the 46 ring guage specified. Had abox last year that were no where near as good as these have been so far. I reckon 07 has seen an improvement in the draw problems I have had from many brands - long may it continue... - Submitted by ian on January 25, 2008

Review #35: Great smoke for the price! Nice even burn and near impossible to overheat this bad boy! Love em! - Submitted by HBKIII on January 10, 2008

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