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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 #39: This is hands down one of the best cigars i've ever smoked. It's a classic and a legend. I can gaurantee that anyone who has had a problem with this cigar either had a fake or it was stored improperly. Sweet and strong with a kick-ass finish. Njoy! - Submitted by stevie-ray on January 5, 2005

Review #38: This cigar is truly a gem! A fantastic draw and burn, with a full-bodied smooth flavor. A joy to smoke, I highly recommend these cigars. - Submitted by PRM on December 31, 2004

Review #37: The Romeo y Julieta Churchills is a cigar that I smoke every once in a while. Although I read some complaints about inconsistencies and burn problems, I still haven't picked up a really bad one. I have to admit that the latest stick had a bit to tough a draw for my liking, but the overall performance of this baby was good. It's a two hour smoke and I had to relight it only two times (one because of neglect on my side). The burn was good and the burnline nice and thin. The real strong point of this cigar is it's smell while burning. And I don't mean the smell of the smoke, but of the cigar itself. It had a very distinguish scent of chocolate, but with a little extra. I couldn't describe the extra clearly before, but after reading the review from Estrella I knew what it was: honey, warm honey! Both of these are also present in the taste, where you can also discover some leather, some wood and maybe a little vanilla. It's a complex smoke with varying tastes during the whole stick. A very good cigar, highly recommended! - Submitted by Bolivar on December 20, 2004

Review #36: I have been smoking this R&J churchil for about two years on daily basis I can say its the best cigar I have had to date. Its smooth and tasteful. - Submitted by Submitted by Dr.C on December 20, 2004

Review #35: I've a beginner cigar smoker and I've only had 2 different cigars...a Montecristo No. 3 and a RyJ Churchill. I had the No. 3 first, and wasn't that impressed. Then I had this one, and boy was I pleased. This has fantastic draw and burn, and the taste is excellent. I highly recommend this for anyone who wants a great tasting full-bodied cigar. - Submitted by KC on December 19, 2004

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