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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 #79: Wow! Joking aside, taste-wise this cigar is "high-class". It has been a few days and I still remember the complexity and spiciness of that first puff I took after carefully lighting this cigar (and believe me I've smoked a few different cigars since then). Bought this from the local Casa Del Habano and smoked it the other night after dinner. Even though I am a full-bodied cigar person (and this was a solid medium-bodied cigar) I have to admit that the complexity/depth of this cigar is amazing. Every puff was a real pleasure. This cigar was intended for ageing and (definitely) for experts. - Submitted by PDL on November 21, 2006

Review #78: Construction and burn impress with this legend from RyJ. A medium to mild smoke with developing complexity and the signature Romeo y Julieta spice. Creamy, leathery and a very classic Cuban appeal. Deserves its fame. - Submitted by MikePomery on November 4, 2006

Review #77: I always hear mixed reviews of this cigar, but honestly every one I have smoked has been a dream. I'm always scared to buy a box because of everyone's horror stories of impossible draws, etc. I smoke a few in the aluminum tubes when I was in Europe & one of them really had my head spinning at the end (probably due to the ridiculously large churchill size more than anything else). I love the flavor of this stick & I'll keep buying them sparingly in order to avoid the embarrassingly contructed ones. - Submitted by mladenovic on September 19, 2006

Review #76: excellent cigar,even burn,great tasting and complex 1.5 hour smoke.you wont be dissapointed with this one.beats the hell out of partagas lusitanias.highly recommended for advance afficionados and rookies.great cigar to take to a club or a party,will sure impress.pretty expansive.try one today and you wont regret it. - Submitted by marius on September 12, 2006

Review #75: A beautifully fragrant cigar that was rewarding to smoke right from the off. Although this is a mild cigar I found the flavour and strength built during the duration of the smoke which made it an interesting and rewarding experience. I did however find it getting a little harsh near the end. The construction and burn were flawless as you would expect. - Submitted by stef_install on September 5, 2006

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