Saint Luis Rey Reserva Especial cigars are expertly rolled to 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, Saint Luis Rey Originals are great value.
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They just have a tast I can t seem to get enough of! There full body but smoth, I love the Mexican wrapper! Try one.
Dark and delicious, yoll smoke them till your lips burn. Maybe lts the Mexican binder,or the combo of it s filler. What ever it is I can t get enough.triumph!
Fantastic flavor and aroma! Burns nice and slowly... A little resistance on the draw; it will go out if you let it sit for a few minutes... Read the review in Cigar Aficionado - it is right on the money as far as flavors... Dried fruit, nougat, vanilla, smooth tasty tobacco... No bite whatsoever; medium body; not a nicotine bomb.
I ve been smoking this cigar for years..I smoke others -but This Saint Luis Rey I smoke 80% o the time...smooth, medium body, good draws, great hour and a half cigar...Try one..you ll be hooked!
The Muduro wrapper makes it look a little intimidating, but while rich and full, it s not overpowering. You ll know you re smoking a cigar, though. Woody, a scent of leather, perhaps. I always have a drawer full in my humidor. I ve smoked the various sizes; pretty consistent, which is to say great.
One of my favorite cigars period. Lots of smoke that packs a nice punch. Flavors of cedar, leather, ambergris and chocolate right in the nose and a long peppery tobacco finish in the Maduro. If they only had a petite corona for those shorter moments.
These have an even slow burn and nice aroma. Excellent quality for the value.
The SLR Rothchilde Maduro is my regular smoke. You can t beat the value if you like a full-bodied cigar in this size range. I would not recommend this smoke to an inexperienced cigar smoker - at the least, make sure you have a full stomach ahead of time. My only issue with them is inconsistency in build quality. Even within the same box you can often visibly see some cigars have a bigger gauge than the 54 which is advertised. Draw quality is almost always very good and I rarely have any burn consistency issues maybe 1 cigar out of 3 boxes, if that . For the price though, it s hard to complain at all.
The SLRs are an amazing value. Yes, you ll occasionally get a plugged one, or one that burns uneven, but for the price it s almost excusable. If you like dark, strong smokes I recommend trying these. If you re not a regular cigar smoker, make sure you eat first because they pack a punch, especially the maduro. My one serious complaint is the ring gauge consistency. Some batches are noticeably closer to 52 or 56 than the advertised 54.