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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 #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

Review #48: Ah Yes!! How sweet it is. Smoking as I write a single purchased on a Mexican Cruise. I was concerned about freshness until this beauty was fully lit. The oils fully present and full flavor of the cubans I remember. Can\'t go wrong with these. Not only a smoke but an experience. - Submitted by MMercury on March 24, 2005

Review #47: Just finished another vitole from a box purchased in spain in 1985, in the tubes. What a treasure of a cigar, classic Romeo flavors and aromas, black cherry, pralines, and noughat. Strong dark swiss chocolate, all wrapped around a solid core of very well aged tobacco. Very, very, very, well aged tobacco. The oils still were present upon lighting, the oils actually ran up from the lit foot. The aromas that only a well aged cuban romeo can produce. Not to ever be outdone by the newer tubed versions that are available today. I am glad my father purchased the 10 boxes when he was in spain in 1985 on business. To date we have only opened the one box. all the others are still unopened in their tubes. Cant wait to crack open another box when this one is finished. Even the band has become a darker color than original. A sure 100 if ever there was one. - Submitted by bigyesta on March 8, 2005

Review #46: had one on a sunday in the park could not find the flavor I have gotten used to in my cuban cigars maybe once I get a couple cigars into the box they will get better - Submitted by gabe sanchez on march 7 on March 7, 2005

Review #45: Smoked recently a '01 tubed Churchill. It gave a two-hour trip to heaven. Perfect draw and burn, lot of flavorful smoke, powerful but not too much. Overall, a top experience of smoking a fine cigar. This is a must cigar to have in the humi. - Submitted by MM on March 4, 2005

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