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Romeo y Julieta Churchills

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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 #29: Very flavorful cigar, from the first puff. Complex flavors that vary in intensity, with an overall honey tone. You can notice vanilla, cocoa, coffee, nuts, some leather, some cedar. The finish is long and strong, but doesnt get harsh at all. One of the best cubans, in my opinion. - Submitted by Estrella on September 29, 2004

Review #28: I only buy singles of this vitola now so I can inspect every one for overfilling and other gross construction flaws before paying for them. There are so many obviously flawed samples that buying them by the box is too risky on the wallet. I don't wish to speculate on the rationale for RyJ's "relaxation" in QC standards for this vitola but good samples of RyJ Churchills provide a kind of engaging smoking experience that never fails to challenge, time after time. - Submitted by tang on September 24, 2004

Review #27: The best,and worst Cuban cigar currently in production(how's that for confusing). When they are good they are awesome. But when they are not they can be a huge dissapointment. And sadly they are off quite a bit. From construction to flavor,the RyJ Churchill remains one of the most inconsistent Cubans available. I will always choose the Bolivar Coronas Gigante over these. The RyJ's often do not live up to their reputation. - Submitted by CoolBurn on September 22, 2004

Review #26: They are exceptional. I have tried to make comparison with the Hoyo Epicure 2 and was unable to decide between them. - Submitted by z f medora on September 22, 2004

Review #25: Unfortunatly I was unimpressed. The cigar was very mild and tasteless. Even burn and good aroma was the only thing worth the 2 stars. - Submitted by R.Richads on September 21, 2004

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