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Romeo y Julieta Escudos LE 2007

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:141
Format:GorditoRing:50
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:8.1
Presentation: Semi Plain Boxes comprising 25 units.

Romeo y Julieta Escudos LE 2007 Review:

The size is best-known as a Gordito. A perfect well-balanced cigar and ready to be enjoyed.

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Review #36: This one goes to 11. These cigars were without a doubt the cigars that made me fall in love with R&J (and quite possibly, cigars in general). Like that first time with a lady, this cigar will always have a special place and serve as a foundation for comparison for all time. To my mind, I have never smoked anything that has compared to this. When I smoked my last one (just last year...) it was like saying goodbye to a best friend you know you won't see again; you savour every last moment and maybe once they are gone, a single tear will fall. Are there better smokes? Only you can decide. For me, nothings beats an Escudos. - Submitted by robdoyle on November 23, 2015


Review #35: Romeo y Julieta Escudos LE 2007- Top level tobacco. Very good maturity. These cigars are full body. Firm white ash. Even burn but perhaps the draw is a little tight. Starts off with strong cedar and sweet coffee notes. Soon the cigars gain strength and the aroma character is predominant with dark roasted coffee. The second third is full of complex notes including dark bitter chocolate, cinnamon, liquorish, exotic spice and wood. There are really not that many other well aged cigars that deliver so much rich aroma complexity. So I am very glad to have tried these and would recommend, especially to the ones who smoke full body on regular basis. The end is rather harsh for me. In my opinion its best to by the time you reach the LE 2007 label, to end this memorable smoking experience. - Submitted by dimi681 on August 5, 2014


Review #34: MAR 07 these just get nicer and nicer. smooth, surprisingly gentle, and just delicious. - Submitted by baobab on November 12, 2011


Review #33: one of my top 3 cigars, along with Montecristo Sublimes and the Cohiba Behike 52 - Submitted by robert.bongard@gmail.com on April 22, 2011


Review #32: ---   If you, like me, enjoy this brand, I’d recommend this cigar: that has perfect draw and burn, with a beautiful sheen on the rapper, which is the only thing to fade while being smoked; due to its subtle development in flavour and strength, which never overpowers. It starts with slight dark chocolate and exotic spices, that develops with a well balanced sweetness and a gentle sea salt finish... with subtle tropical woods coming through in the second half... until the end... which always comes to soon. I agree with review 30, in not understanding the critics... particularly given its comparative price.... Lay some down for a few years, as this magnificent cigar will get even better after a few more years in the humidor - Submitted by Amazing on February 25, 2011


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