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Romeo y Julieta Cazadores

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:162
Format:CazadoresRing:44
Weight:11,27 gr.Score:7.9
Presentation: Bundle of 25 in a wood box


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Review #7: Hold on to your seat when you smoke this cigar from another era. Truly reminiscent of great Cubans of the past. Cuban cigars seem to have gotten milder over the years. Not mild,just milder. But I like them strong,and this one is right up my alley. Perhaps the strongest Cuban cigar available today. Yes,they do occasionally suffer from construction problems. But a sampling of recent production has proven to be excellent on all fronts. I absolutely love this cigar. - Submitted by CoolBurn on August 13, 2004


Review #6: Some of my best friend visited in Portugal as a vacation. He asked what are the worthy of cigs to bring with. Last weekend was the big day, after some good meal and drinks too! We light those up, and now I haven`t the words how to say they are the oddiest, strongiest, but very best of habanos I every smoked! Eat well, then just enjoy! - Submitted by unknown on June 30, 2004


Review #5: Straightforward, powerful but smooth, one of the last examples of Cuban traditional taste. And, unlike all Romeos, it's an excellent price for quality product too! - Submitted by Slump from Italy on May 9, 2004


Review #4: i bought abox which mad in april\02. after letit rest for 24hours. i tried one for me not bad cigar smooth but it is not full bodied as i though.i won't buy abox but maybe few in future. as Josie said it has strong smell. - Submitted by fedil on April 27, 2004


Review #3: Dark, rustic, no non-sense cigar. Black pepper spices pounds away at your palate with abandon. Straight tobacco flavors leads the way to a mouthful of dense one-dimensional layer of smoke. Intriguing for its simplicity in style. Has depth and potential. - Submitted by olateone on April 8, 2004


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