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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 #19: The RJ Churchill is a serious cigar. Solid construction, good draw, it burns even and, bought in Tubos, it is always fresh. Sometimes, its earthy flavor is too earthy and it gets a little bit harsh as it comes to its end. It's better in the last half, when its creamy, smooth taste gets fuller. Perfectly balanced, hints of leather, wood and coffee melt in an unique smoke. Probably the best Churchill in the world. - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on May 18, 2004

Review #18: Bought some tubos in Varadero in April, and tried first one last weekend - it was so fresh! It was so smooth, yet earthy. Perfect finish, dark and oily. My only regret is not buying more. I think the Esplendidos are slightly better, but at half the price (in Cuba anyway), the R&J is the way to go. - Submitted by xcskier on May 5, 2004

Review #17: This was the first habano I ever smoked. Earthy, with that awesome flavor from beginning to end. They never seem to sour on me. Its like they're made with leaf that just isn't available anywhere else. Good times. - Submitted by peteando on May 1, 2004

Review #16: By far my favorite cigar. I've smoked them since 1998 and I've never been disappointed by flavor, aroma, draw or construction. - Submitted by Brian, MD on April 9, 2004

Review #15: In a box of 25 of these fine cigars, I have had one and only one run on me. Aside from that one incident, I have no complaints and only good things to say about these rich, full-bodied cigars. When I smoke one of these time stands on it's head. - Submitted by Matthew Foley on February 23, 2004

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