Saint Luis Rey Churchill
7 x 52 - Maduro - Single
Saint Luis Rey cigars achieve their renowned full-flavor and aroma using a complex medium-to-full-bodied blend of Honduran, Nicaraguan and Peruvian longfiller tobaccos in your choice of lush, natural Nicaraguan, or Mexican San Andres Morron Maduro wrappers. (Some Maduros are BOX-PRESSED) Presented in handsome, black lacquered boxes, this highly-rated selection offers you a smooth, well-balanced, and robust smoke. For the price, quality and flavor they offer, these cigars are a great value.
Bought a box of 25. Sixteen were hands-down the best cigars I ve ever smoked, regardless of price. Five were very good to average. Four of them were absolutely horrible. Averaging out at less than $3.50 per stick, they can t be beat. The best ones had thick, creamy smoke, even draw, great taste and aroma, felt good in your mouth, and stayed lit through the entire smoke. The worst ones were acrid, burned your lips, hard to draw, and wouldn t stay lit. I shared a second box with a friend and we had a similar experience of good vs. bad cigars in the box. Overall, even with the inconsistency, these are a great value and are the staple in my humidor.
This cigar has become one of my favorites.They came from famous nearly ready to smoke. Once they had aged properly I began smoking them and found one of the best cigars you will ever buy(no matter the price).The taste is of cedar,leather,and black coffee.The finish is long with a sweet nutty flavor.
I got onto this cigar when it got a "91" from Cigar Afficionado yet was VERY economically priced. For the price you can't do much better than this cigar. It is very smooth. Has a great draw. It is boxed pressed, which I don't mind, but some do. The apppearance is not the best, but the flavor lasts almost to the band. I found it a great cigar. Make sure you get the churchill size