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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 #69: MAR 07 Great cigar.Nutts and honey from the start.Medium to full bodyed.Sweet.A bit uneven burn,but nothing serious.Fabulosly looking in the hand.Recommended. - Submitted by ilijat on September 18, 2009

Review #68: This cigar epitomises the cuban philosophy of balance - sharp contrast to all this non-cuban machisto strength-worshipping nonsense (aimed at the american market - no surprises there!). It has a pleasant sweetness and a soft fragrance that isn't overcome until the very last inch. Never over-sweet like some of its peers and balanced with a leathery nutty tobacco blend. Also body has no "cuban twang" like the stronger tobacco of the montecristo/partagas styles - more like a Hoyo de M. but not as woody. The format is also more to my liking than all of these 50+ gauges: easier in the mouth, on the draw, less likely to burn crooked; all in all more conducive to relaxed smoking. One of the best of this flavour profile. - Submitted by frenchkiwi on August 10, 2009

Review #67: FEB 02 Best in cabinet, but still delicious box-pressed. Smooth from start to finish. I used to smoke Punch Punch until I discovered these - much nicer. Bundles of old Havana flavour. Good construction too. - Submitted by celery25 on July 26, 2009

Review #66: FEB 97 Wonderful old tobacco & toast flavor. Fuller bodied than recent ones I've smoked & a nice slow burn. Over an hour of enjoyment. - Submitted by Bassman on July 23, 2009

Review #65: MAR 07 After ignition with a little hint of pepper taste, followed by costas, after the middle of a little nuts after taste. Is the overall balance of a rich eggplant, especially when resting on the ashtray, there is a strange mouth sweet, better than the St. Louis Regio mine. - Submitted by claudiotian on July 1, 2009

This cigar spans 19 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 [6] 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

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