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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 #24: I have read the follwing info
I sincerely hope it is untrue, because some of my beloved brands, like the Upmann coronas major are bound to be discontinued.... - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on March 2, 2006

Review #23: Hello Oliver,,,thanks so much for your input regarding the SLR Series A,,and the Lonsdale. Appreciate your thoughts and what the talk on the streets of Zurich is. I'm going to check with several of the vendors I order from and see if they have heard anything. I order primarily from Hong Kong,,but also occassionally from London. If I hear anything concerning this subject will return and write what I found out. Thanks again Oliver,,,. Ted. Anyone with who can shed any light on this subject, please drop a line. - Submitted by Ted/Ohio on March 2, 2006

Review #22: Ted, as far as i know- both Saint Luis Rey Lonsdales and Saint Luis Rey Serie A will be discontinued shortly. I dont want create a stir, but thats the word on the street in Zurich... then again zurich is not havanna, so anybody with any info please let us know - Submitted by Olivar on March 1, 2006

Review #21: I had my first cigar from the cabinet of 50 sticks. It is from a '03 batch. It was excellent in construction and in feel to the touch. The draw was tight. The flavor was very satisfatory. The flavor compensates for the tight draw. The flavor is good cuban character. I accompanied this cigar with coffee mixed with Paul Masson Creme Liquer Chocolate Hazelnut. I enjoyed this cigar. It leaves little aftertaste; what aftertaste is left is very appealing. SLR Serie A provides a great return. - Submitted by HUC on February 25, 2006

Review #20: Review #19 written by Oliver indicated that the Series A is being discontinued. I haven't heard anything about this cigar departing for the graveyard,,,if it's true,,,I will never understand the rationale of stopping production. If true,,,I'm headed to my vendor and buying up as many boxes as I can. Does anyone out there know if this story is in fact valid. - Submitted by Ted/Ohio on February 24, 2006

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