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Romeo y Julieta Churchills

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
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 #58: The Churchill I had came in a tube and was from a government store in Cuba and was smoked in Cuba. None of us (3) had issues with relighting. However none of us were taken away by the flavour. I found it particularly mild in comparison with the Cuaba Exclusivos I had the night previous to the Churchill. I have not yet developed an ability to detect particular flavours so it may have had some fine aroma and such. It was in no way harsh to smoke and was nice until the end but was mild. It was enjoyable. - Submitted by jharpcigar on December 27, 2005


Review #57: It\'s one of Cubas classics, but like many it does suffer from consistency problems. I have smoked a couple of these from 1994 (tubed) and they were the single most delicious and wonderful cigars I have ever smoked so far, dark oily wrappers, fairly loose roll especially due to the age and rich medium flavour, very complex and mature. I have smoked some very flat and flavourless ones from \'01 and a couple of beauties from \'03 which were not spot on but from the taste and construction and great wrappers I could tell they had huge potential for aging. I recomend you get advice on vintages from a good merchant, or just pay a little more for some with at least 10 years on them, you won\'t be dissapointed. 8/10 normally, excluding the odd poor vintage, but great vintages a deffinite 10...therefore a 9 average. :) - Submitted by A. Dyer on August 14, 2005


Review #56: Had a 2000 box of these. Barely smokable - I have had to dump nearly half of them due to terrible construction (a previous reviewer mentioned quality issues from cigars made around this time). It\'s a shame because I can believe they were once a great cigar. I\'ll just have to stick with the barely affordable Cohiba Esplendido for this size cigar. Are the later rolled ones any better? - Submitted by poshjonny on August 13, 2005


Review #55: Smoked a couples from a 2001 box and others from a recent one to get a clear idea, harsh to delicate smoke in both cases, bitter to subtle aromas, try your luck if you wish, I think the production is too unbalanced. Mildly recommended. - Submitted by dee_m on August 1, 2005


Review #54: Bought this Churchill tubos in a box of ten. Normaly a very nice smoke but the one I tried yesterday was disappointing. Nice mild, kind of fruity flavors in the beginning witch became a bid more intensive after the first inch. About 4 inches later I had to relight for two times and than finally gave upí just smoked a bit more than half of the cigar. Also the smoke became very harsh and extremely bitter. Out of this box it was already the second turning out like this. - Submitted by Helgoland on June 26, 2005


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