St. Luis Rey Rothchilde Maduro cigars are super-sized to a wide 54-ring to deliver the full salvo of their hearty Nicaraguan-Honduran blend. If you like full-flavored blends, start with this 5-pack. They're great after dinner presenting a rich, earthy, complex smoke. Highly recommended.
My uncle, a long time smoker who really knows cigars turned me on to these. We used to sit and smoke and watch baseball and i could often get a whole game out of one. We tried many different cigars together including Ghurka, Davidoff, (both great ones) and many others and always came back to this litlte smoke. price is right and they have an interesting burn in that you can smoke them faster and they dont get too hot or smoke em long and slow and they last for a while. I have found that they do best if when i buy a box i put htem in the humidor for a couple of weeks to get them just right. it kept at humidity and temp; these are amazing smokes - especially for the cost.
If you like Maduro's you've gotta try this. It's a regular for me.
I was expecting a better taste and couldn't keep it lit.
The SLR robusto in the maduro wrapper is billed as superior to its counterpart in the natural wrapper, which I love. So, I tried a 5-pack. Sweet looking, very well-made, draws well, stays lit, and all, but, after three cigars, I find it a big disappointment as a smoke, varying between bland and bitter. It has none of the spice, richness, and tasty smoothness of the SLR robusto in the natural wrapper.