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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

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Review #19: can anybody give any explanation as to why Habanos SA has decided to end their production run of Serie A? - Submitted by Olivar on February 23, 2006

Review #18: Wow,,,funny that I should have received a box of these wonderful beauties a few weeks ago,,,box code FOD Jun 03. I am in total agreement with Dimitris on his evaluation of this smoke. I had the cigar many times in the past,,,but not from the 2003 production,,,I don't know if the 2003's are a cut better than the previous Series A's that I've had,,,but this smoke is dynamite,,I don't recall the others I've had being this fine. 2003,,must have been a vintage year in the Vuelta Abaja region. - Submitted by Ted/Ohio on February 22, 2006

Review #17: i agree entirely with dimitri's review. my '03's progress exactly as he described. and i like it!! - Submitted by rascalbadmonkey on February 22, 2006

Review #16: This cigar had me perplexed for some time now. After reading all those great reviews, I received a 5 pack from Switzerland in order to try them out. The wrapper is very smooth, silky to the touch, with colours of liquid chocolate. Excellent draw, slow, easy, yet giving copious amounts of smoke. The tastes were great, but didnt appeal to my liking. There was licorice, chocolate, honey and cedar. The licorice was overwhelming and left me with a sweet taste which i didnt like. Nevertheless, I purchased 5 more from my tobacconist in Greece, from 2 cabinets of 50, year of production 03. Imagine my surprise, these were totally different cigars tastewise. The oils were abundant on the wrapper, the taste was so musky, manly, exactly as one would expect from a Cuban cigar. The first third gave away tastes of tropical wet earth, with notes of espresso. The second third revealed the beauty of the SLR, with freshly cut dark chocolate, hints of licorice, caramel and rich honey. The last third was equally satisfying with honey, amber and caramel. A real masterpiece, exactly the way a premium cigar should be. Well constructed, nice feeling holding it, lots of smoke, and every draw a different taste. Well done.!! - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on January 28, 2006

Review #15: I had almost exactly the same experience as Bigyesta - a cab of 50 May 03 with oils on the ribbon and very very good smoke. If I could get them without having to clear them through customs every time (painful), I would have also bought another 4 cabs... - Submitted by siv on August 9, 2005

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