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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 #42: --- 01 Average looking stick with thick, dry, veiny, almost Maduro wrapper from 2001 with too many soft spots. Not as strong as I remember it more in the middle side of power scale. Started rather mild without proper taste; just thick smoke and pure tobacco. After first centimeter cigar became more recognizable with flavors of earth and leather but still with a lot of charred wood and soft ash. Second third was the most enjoyable when strength came into the first plane. Cazadores continued to be very dry and whole time I was forced to drink like a camel. Altogether this was straight forward cigar with linear taste and poor burn. I never bought a full box but with purchasing numerous singles I was hoping that maybe they will grow on me. This never happened and Im sorry to say that probably never will. - Submitted by Diademo on July 9, 2008


Review #41: Definitely a strong cigar. The flavours aren't flavours I seek. I liken the flavours to sour milk. I can detect the leather but not the most earthy cigar I've had. The 1st half was very pugged but then it opened up. The wrapper split in the last 1/3rd most likely due to it being overfilled. I wouldn't get this cigar again. It is very different, but I don't think I'll be getting these again. - Submitted by cookj1 on June 10, 2008


Review #40: MAY 08 very, very god cigay for me one of the best - Submitted by krishmetz on May 12, 2008


Review #39: Strong, delicious and honest. A great smoke - especially with a good bottle of calvados or armagnac by your side. A classic cuban cigar. - Submitted by baobab on April 12, 2008


Review #38: Box date Apr. 07. I tried this based on a suggestion from my local regular B&M. Wow! Within just a few minutes I got a hit of strong earthy flavors. The aroma was amazing. So much so that everyone around me wanted to try the cigar, even though some were not even cigar smokers! Very good at 1 year and I bet even better if left alone to properly age. If you like a strong, full-bodied cigar that has earthy flavors, then pick this one up. - Submitted by cigar are good on February 10, 2008


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