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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 #89: --- 10 What a surprise! The owner of the shop suggested to me this lovely 5 year aged cigar. I light it and was a bit dull. Ok, I thought, nothing special at all... For few puffs nothing was happening. Was my first time that I smoked an aged cigar and first time Saint Luis Rey. I was expected much more from a 5 year old cigar, but so far nothing at all. Just bit plain and boring. And then... after few more puffs things started to change. Thinking, ok this starts to be interesting! From that moment (maybe just before the second third) and after, cigar was building flavours more and more. At the end I didnt want to leave it from my hand and I was trying to find a way to smoke even the last leaf from it! Burning was very good. Draw just as you want it to be (even if I would prefer bit easier, but thats me). Flavours, coffee and I would dare to say fruit as well (peach, apple). My score would be 9.7 - Submitted by gst on June 13, 2015

Review #88: --- 14 Real nice cigar. Opens with a stone fruit flavor. Transitions into a cocoa and honey flavor. Ends with a bitter chocolate. This cigar needs age, will be a solid 95 in a couple of years. Lots going on here. I believe the flavors here will mellow and transition real nice with some time. Med/med full. Construction good, burn ok. What a year 2014 has been for Cuba!!! - Submitted by PuroPhene on April 3, 2015

Review #87: JUN 12 A nice enjoyable cigar with a back bone of subtle sweetness, interlaced with pepper notes at different stages, along with touches of cocao at times. Not my favorite Coronas Gordas but one in the rotation that is a nice change and easy to relax with. - Submitted by randallp on November 28, 2014

Review #86: FEB 13 Excellent. Very balanced , full of sweet notes, it is a medium bodied cigar that is easy to smoke so my box is going very fast. It has a good overall complexity, but the finale is a bit lacking. - Submitted by titobueno76 on October 14, 2014

Review #85: JUL 07 I love the flavour profile of ST Luis Del Rey and have a 50 box of these EPR 7/07.They can give you a big nicotine hit on occasion.Love em. - Submitted by paul watson on May 4, 2014

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