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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 #53: Never make a comment, from a single stick. I smoke 2-3 boxes of this; 3-4 stick was inferior quality, but rest of all have superior, one of the best 3 churchills (others,sir winston and saint luis rey) - Submitted by igor on April 19, 2005

Review #52: Just tried a tubo from an 01 box. Lovely wrapper and pre-lit aroma, but draw was so bad I had to ditch it. - Submitted by robinottawa on April 17, 2005

Review #51: This was my first R/J churchill and it was something exeptionally different than the others i have tasted. Hole cigar was a bit tough and the burn wasn`t stable but i guess a year will do all the differens. Taste was the best i have so far tasted, first third was little bitter and smoke didn`t yet find it`s true caracter - but when the second began aroma was perfectly smooth, something i haven`t yet experianced. Same consistancy followed me to the \"bitter\" end. - Submitted by laxo on April 16, 2005

Review #50: My all time favorite! I\'ve never had one that was less than a heavenly smoke, or one that wasn\'t expertly constructed. I have a small handful that I\'ve been aging for about 8 years, and I think I\'ll be breaking these crown jewels out of the humidor at my daughter\'s wedding in June! (bigyesta - you are a very, VERY fortunate man!) - Submitted by majvince on April 9, 2005

Review #49: Solid but non-exciting cigar. Not a bad size, decent stogey for the golf course. Ive had better but ive sure had worse. Worth a try because it might blow your hair back a little more than mine. Woody notes, slightly papery but not too harsh. Ive had better experiences with the tubo versions for one reason or another and i have never aged these. So that might help too. - Submitted by mprach on April 4, 2005

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