St. Luis Rey

St. Luis Rey

Cigar Club featured in Original Premium Cigar Club



Panel Rating:



6 x 50





This Honduran version of a classic old Cuban brand was introduced at Le Cigar Noir in Beverly Hills back on May 1st, 1996, and was an immediate hit with everyone who tried it. But it’s a cigar that’s moved around quite a bit in its evolution. Originally made in Cuba, then the Dominican Republic, many feel that this reinvigorated Honduran version is the best of all releases. Full-bodied and offering an impeccably smooth draw, these smokes blend plenty of flavor with a slow-burning mix of Honduran-grown, Cuban-seed tobaccos as well as some from Nicaraguan and Peru. Handmade in Santa Rosa de Copan, Honduras, the line is truly one of the finer Honduran products on the market. Note a smooth, oily Colorado Claro wrapper encasing this snazzy smoke. Our panel enjoyed this one mainly for how packed with flavor it was. Notably players in the flavor ensemble are notes of pronounced cocoa beans and roasted hazelnuts. Overall, a very fine cigar. Try smoking it with a big, peaty porter or stout (“Imperial” versions if either would do nicely).
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