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Romeo y Julieta Cedros de Luxe No. 3

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.7
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Romeo y Julieta Cedros de Luxe No. 3 Review:

Cedros de Luxe series are very underrated cigars, as they have to be properly aged before smoked. Some veteran smokers say that these ones can be real gems in a few years if they are well aged. Numbers 1, 2 and 3 taste quite similar, being its main characteristics some leather and white pepper notes and a good draw and combustion.

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Review #37: MAR 13 Excellent smoke. Full-flavored with cedar, rich tobacco and some black cherry. Good draw with plenty of smoke. An under-the-radar cigar. - Submitted by Miskis on August 22, 2015

Review #36: A great cigar. The one I had had a darker wrapper which I enjoy in a cigar. Pretty consistent flavour all the way through. Cedar and spice with sweet cherry notes coming out towards the end. The burn was even and the draw was good. An excellent 45-55 minute smoke. - Submitted by mentalist on March 25, 2013

Review #35: in comparison to an old box of cedros no 1 dated 2002 I find these a little disappointing. Maybe some more age will get more out of them as the box is 2007. - Submitted by Holgerchen on January 19, 2009

Review #34: SEP 07 Νύφες πανέμορφες σε κοιτάνε απ'το κουτί τους, φορώντας τα κέδρινα φορέματα τους και τα όμορφα χρυσοπράσινα δαχτυλίδια τους. Σε προετοιμάζουν για κάτι πραγματικά καλό, υπόσχονται και τάζουν. Και πράγματι: Πρόκειται για μια θεική mareva, απ'τις πιο ελαφριές και αρωματικές Αβάνες, Οι "παλιοί" λένε πως δεν πρέπει να τις "φας" νεούλες, αλλά να τις αφήσεις να ωριμάσουν (όσο αντέχεις), και τότε, ίσως έχεις την πιο καλή mareva που έγινε ποτέ...Αλλά και να μην αντέξεις, πάντα είναι έτοιμες να σου προσφέρουν ένα όμορφο και απολαυστικό κάπνισμα. - Submitted by cipu on September 7, 2008

Review #33: I've just smoked my first Cedros de Luxe in an informal atmosphere, so here's an informal review. After a not too clean cut (the mouthend was slightly dry) I took a few draws. To my relief the draw was perfect, but the taste was quite as I expected: cedar. How could it not be, with the cigar having rested in its cedar sleeve and being an RyJ. I decided not to force it into neutrality and lit it up with the cedar wrapping. The initial flavour of the smoke was intensely aromaticwith cedar, as it is so often in this brand. Now while this is a classical cigar aroma and can be seen as a plus, I've come to dread it a bit. Cedar tends to be quite dominant, too prominently present on the tip of the tongue. Maybe a side-effect of over-indulgence in Romeo no. 3s. But just as I was about to become judgmental and dismiss it as a slightly souped-up version of that line, after an inch of burn, things picked up. Strength took a step back and tagged over to a welcome fresher taste... that of good Cuban tobacco that doesn't get in its own way. The rest of the cigar mostly kept progressing in this direction. Good Cuban smoke, thick with flavour and rich in the nose. Surprisingly, it managed to stay on the "clean" side nearly all of this time. It flirted with a certain gruffness, the cedar lingering in the background at any moment, but never exploded into bitterness or actual roughness. The end, after a rather satisfactory duration of smoking, was short and to the point: a woody aroma (this time drier, less sweet and more intricate than the cedar) took over and bid me goodnight as the cigar came to its finish. This was no extraordinary cigar. But it was very good in what it set out to do. While there may be many similar experiences in the vast Cuban spectrum, and indeed the Romeo no. 3 can provide equal satisfaction when you're lucky to have a particularly neat one at a much lower price, I really can imagine that some people would feel grief if this little stick were to disappear. Particularly because it was simply a very pleasant, unpretencious smoke that exactly because of this could become a polished gem with some aging. My initial suspicions that this was a somewhat unrequired part of the RyJ line-up are washed away. Instead, this cigar is like the little grocery store around the corner that you'd hate to see muscled out by the big warehouses: it may be nothing too special, but perhaps it's just your taste. I know I'll stand up for these. - Submitted by Nekotaku on August 6, 2008

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