St. Luis Rey Serie G Maduro premium cigars present a true double maduro with a hearty, full-bodied flavor. These cigars sport a thick, oily Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper with a sweet Connecticut Broadleaf binder that surround a bold, balanced blend of dark Nicaraguan tobaccos. The cigar burns well with a firm, marbled, black-gray ash. The smoke stealthily blooms into a rich, earthy smoke with notes of cocoa, coffee, and semi-sweet spices. A real treat if you love full-flavored cigars.
It s hard to satisfy my taste, I ve been there and back and all around. This is a strong, complex cigar. Nice and oily, heavy, and burns real slow. I have to put this next to my #1 of all time, the Camacho Triple Maduro. This is now my #2. Excellent job, and great price for such a serious cigar.00
On This blend/line and gauge, this is my favorite maduro. Excellent cigar. WOW Very tasty, you wouldn't think it is a full flavor,it is more like a medium. Give it a try. If you do not like it i will buy yours of of you.00
I like Maduro wrapped cigars the best,andof all I've tried I like Saint Luis Rey MaduroChurchills the best,to the guy who says theytast like mud,you may have a bad batch,I would suggest going to a tobacco shopand buying one to see!01
This cigar had a 98 rating...what a joke. The cigar taste like dirt, aroma is not good (hard to describe), the wrapper is a dull dark brown which is not what I look for in a Maduro and the burn is aveage to poor. I wish I had only bought 5 instead of a box of 25. Maybe few months in my humidor will improve their taste and if not I will throw them away. I will never buy anything else made by Saint Luis Rey...these series G were a total waste of my money!01