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Romeo y Julieta Churchills

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:178
Format:Julieta No. 2Ring:47
Weight:15,07 gr.Score:8.0
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #8: I always have at least a half box of these in my humidor. It is one of my staples. From 1995-1997, these were absolutely fantastic. Then between 1998-2002, they were hit and miss. Some were wonderfully earthy, full bodied, and complex, while others were lacking in flavor and very poorly wrapped (with terrible draws). Starting in 2003, it seems that they are finally returning to their glory state. Thank goodness for that. - Submitted by Josie on January 18, 2004


Review #7: Have to disagree, this is one of the best sticks I have ever been introduced to. & i'll leave it @ that.. - Submitted by unknown on January 16, 2004


Review #6: My son brought me 50 tubos back from Cuba. He bought them at a Habanas store. Opened 25 to place in humidor and of those, found 5 of very poor quality. 2 the caps had fallen off and the other 3 had split wrappers right to the filler. I am very surprised by the lack of quality of these RyJ's. Must have been late Friday or early Monday production. Have smoked some of the others and they are good. Very nice aroma and pleasant tasting, medium body. However, for the price, I believe that there are better Churchills available. - Submitted by Don Diego on January 5, 2004


Review #5: maybe it was the young boxing date (2002), i guess things are getting better in havana. so my julieta was a good smoke. a pleasure at the end of a hard day. a rich and oily cigar with a well made cap and a firm draw. earthy charakter, medium to full bodied. this churchill had balance and style. - Submitted by sebastian on November 3, 2003


Review #4: I cannot figure out what has gone wrong with these once venerable Habanos. Have a friend who smokes nothing else(maybe that says something), but after smoking several over the last couple of years, my conclusion is life is to short to smoke cigars of mediocre quality. Please, somebody need's to get these babies back on track. Until then seek a more worthy alternative. - Submitted by BeliBill on October 21, 2003


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