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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 #69: Great construction, great burn, nice draw. The flavor was complex with a nice touch of pepper. Started off a bit mild but built up for a better than average finish. Considering I paid about $7 for mine I thought it was a hell of a smoke. - Submitted by JohnnyWalkerBlack on June 20, 2006

Review #68: I bought my first one of these for my graduation (which I came back from a few minutes ago) and had great expectations about it, being a Churchill and all. The first part, say the first 2 or 3 cm, were quite grose, like a regular mexican cigar (not being despiteful at all, I'm actually mexican myself, but not precisely proud of our cigars) together with irregular burning, very ash-y and "dry", I actually thought about letting it go, but I can't let USD$23 go that easily so I stuck with it. Gladly it developed into a very nice true Habano and the 2nd and 3rd thirds were excellent, the burning fixed itself to even and nice long ash was quite impressive, the taste and aroma were just what I expected in the first place and everybody complained about the "stink" which is just what you hope to get from an Habano like this ;) I'll probably think about it again at some big event but will most likely get any Cohiba instead. - Submitted by Mithras on June 10, 2006

Review #67: I bought a ten piece tubo box at my wedding. I planned to smoke one a year until my tenth anniversary. The tube I opened this year, (my 3rd) was coated in plume, and gave the most exquisite "TANG" ( I will describe this bite as few cigars offer it) I Smoked until my wife seduced me inside the room at Castle Hill, but what a preliminary to better things!! - Submitted by peppersdog on May 28, 2006

Review #66: Bought a couple of these (Except Tubos) and was not impressed. I found very little taste of anything, just ash, I know these are supposed to be the king of the churchill but I wont be smoking another one anytime soon. - Submitted by xTybe on May 13, 2006

Review #65: read so many reviews claiming a drop in quality that i was nervous to choose on of these. brand new box circa SEP 05. thought it was excellent. no burn problems at all. somewhat complex and quite mellow/not harsh. maybe the reputation has been restored. - Submitted by vndonut on May 8, 2006

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