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jaytex1969

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How you liking those ?

Those and the Rocky Patel Cargo's got me started on my cheap ass cigar journey.

I don't have a great cigar storage set up, so it is beginning to affect the quality, I think.

I've since gone from $2-3 cigars to $5-7 cigars, so just trying to use these up.

It's mild and burns well. Not a whole lot of character, though.


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Saint Luis Rey Regio. Surprisingly Blando Calrissian. Mostly what I got from it was bread and wood. No twang, and none of that citrus sweetness that a lot of reviewers seemed to find.
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I feel like I read something similar about recent Regios. Never having been a fan, I never bought another box after I finished the one 10 years ago. Now the Double Corona, that was a magnificent specimen.
 
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