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Romeo y Julieta Churchills

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:178
Format:Julieta No. 2Ring:47
Weight:15,07 gr.Score:8.0
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #103: The RjJ Churchill is such a classic cigar. It has endured much scrutiny. I'm surprised that the average score is so low for such an incredible cigar. Perhaps the amount of reviews of this cigar is a testament to it's popularity. The tobacco is so delicate and all RyJ. Floral notes are pronounced but very balanced with the wood notes. This is the kind of cigar that will only get better with age. More full-bodied than you might expect, but surprising easy to smoke. You must take your time with this cigar. Allow it's flavours to develop as you slowing smoke your way through the cigar. Excellent construction. Perfect draw and big plumes of smoke. Everything one looks for in a classic cigar. The Churchill's popularity ensures that we will be reviewing it for many years to come. - Submitted by cookj1 on October 22, 2007


Review #102: I know this is a classic cigar, but for some reason it had always eluded me... I had my first one earlier in the week, and I have to say I am filled with some mixed emotions. Looking at all these reviews, I don't wonder why (looks like I'm not the only one :-) My cigar had a very tight draw (not impossible, but tight none the less) and taste predominated by a harness and falvours of ash. However, underneath I could detect complex aromas of leather, coffee, chocolate and vanilla. Maybe this cigar needs a lot of time in the humi before it should be smoked... At least I know it will be quite a while before I take my next one from the box. - Submitted by nikolasb on October 18, 2007


Review #101: Tried one from a may 06 box of 10. Needs at least 2 years in the humidor or else I got a really bad cigar. It was flat and dry. - Submitted by davemac on September 21, 2007


Review #100: Tried one from a may 06 box of 10. Needs at least 2 years in the humidor or else I got a really bad cigar. It was flat and dry. - Submitted by davemac on September 21, 2007


Review #99: I don't understand how some ignorant reviews do wrong to this great cigar ratings. I bought some in Cuba which means they were totally fresh and it's great great smoke. - Submitted by darkoPerica on August 30, 2007


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