Originally introduced at Le Cigar Noir-Beverly Hills in 1996, this Honduran version of an old Cuban brand was an immediate hit with everyone who tried it. Full-bodied but smooth on the draw, these cigars blended plenty of flavor with a slow-burning cadre of Honduran-grown, Cuban-seed tobaccos for a relaxing smoke. These smokes quickly became worldwide favorites.
Now things are looking even better for Saint Luis Rey with the wholly reimagined Gen2. A blend of three-year-aged Nicaraguan long-fillers imparts plenty of complex flavors. On the outside, an oily and enticing Ecuadorian Sumatra wrapper tops things off perfectly. Treat your taste buds to bold, tantalizing notes of leather and dried fruit up front, followed closely by hints of caramel, chocolate, and earth. Coupled with the new packaging and wrapper that are both decidedly modern-feeling, and you have a reimagined blend that's sure to be a huge hit.