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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 #79: Just had my first Serie A and it was a wonderful smoke. The first 3rd was very spicy in my opinion, with thick creamy smoke. Second 3rd I started to taste an apricot style sweetness in the background. The final part of this cigar remained smooth combining the above with a cocoa finish. I just love the look and smell of these cigars and cant wait to try my next single. I suspect if it is a good as the first then I have found my next box purchase. - Submitted by FitzNugly on April 23, 2011

Review #78: APR 08 it was so surprised such a cuba local brand can produce such an amazing cigar. to be frank, i have been aging a box of 50 for more than 6 mths and found its improvement in every checking. i was so impressed the color becoming darker and the aroma is still complicated. to be frank, it is one of the outstanding items among the cornoa-gorda family. - Submitted by ericryan on March 1, 2011

Review #77: NOV 08 I have a box of 25 with 21 left. Another great cigar, I love smoking the cigars that aren't the standard. I love the corona gorda size. This cigar was very flavorful and burned very nicely. Nice construction and taste. Even though it was cold out I still enjoyed this cigar. - Submitted by nnjlon2 on February 23, 2011

Review #76: NOV 08 i just recieved a box of these badboys in NOV 10. the box was slightly damaged but the cigars were wonderfully dark and construction flawless. first 3rd was smooth with honey and cocoa in abundance, second 3rd had dark chocolate with hints of vanilla in the last 3rd, tho', strangely enough, it wasn't a particularly sweet cigar, medium bodied flawless cigar which left to age for a few years would only improve an already excellent cigar. 9.5/10 for me, a must for all humidors! - Submitted by breagboys on November 25, 2010

Review #75: APR 08 it is an excellent cigar with dark-brown wrapper, white-ash and complex taste. peppery in beginning and turned to smooth with earthy-taste during 2nd third and full-bodied at the end. the most impressive is smooth-puff from start to the end. surprising the box date is Apr 08. two-years aging and i'm very sure it will turn to fantastic-cigar after longer-aged. - Submitted by ericryan on September 8, 2010

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