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Romeo y Julieta Churchills

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

Average user rating

Review #84: i was skeptical when i first opened the cap on the tubos for this one, it was so long that i thought the draw would definitely kill, too my awesome surprise the draw was delightfully easy i think problably due to the loose rolling, its has better draw then my Lusi's. Flvour and strength was mild to medium with smoke consistency of being silkish, beautiful smoke and i enjoyed a full 1 and a half hour with it. Would be lovely with a nice port. - Submitted by snowdawgz on February 23, 2007

Review #83: Early '05 are fabulous! What a smoke! Magnificant oily and dark wrapper, rich creamy smoke. Delicious! - Submitted by Florida on February 22, 2007

Review #82: The definition for a Churchill and one of my favorite cigars. I was smoking one last night in the pub, when I went to the bar, for more drinks, the bar-maid said, 'everyone's been buying cigars, since you lit that up'. This seems to me, to be a natural response, to the aroma of this masterpiece from RyJ. The flavors are complex, robust and just as good, as the fragrance: predominantly woods and spice. Not much more, needs to be said of this wonder from Cuba, that speaks for itself, except that, if you haven't smoked one yet, I'd recommend that you do; as you've missed out, for far too long already. - Submitted by Amazing on January 14, 2007

Review #81: These were the first Cuban cigars I smoke about 4 years ago. To this day, they are the definition of what a Cuban churchill should be. Mild to medium body with a pleasant creaminess. Every single one I have smoked always burned evenly and consistant. I have smoked these to a little nub and never been disappointed. - Submitted by ironchef on January 5, 2007

Review #80: A true classic - What a great smoke this cigar is! A wonderful aroma the moment you open the tube and a cigar that feels great in the hand. Even before lighting the taste was great and once lit it was truly fabulous. The draw was even throughout and like review #75 I found the strength built during the smoke which made puting this one down very hard. I can't find any fault with this cigar, it was a pleasure in every sense of the word. If I had never smoked before and this were my first then I would be hooked. Now I know why "The Great Man" smoked so many of them! - Submitted by nicedraw on December 30, 2006

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