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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

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Review #149: MAR 05 I find this cigar extremely underwhelming. Floral without an interesting bouquet; spicy without any punch. That's not to say it's weak, just unexciting. It's strong like a workhorse is strong, plodding along at a steady pace, never doing anything out of the ordinary, but I get the sense that it ought to grab you by the scruff of the neck and shake you around with it's intensity, which it just doesn't do. My opinion is hard to articulate, because there's nothing specifically wrong with the RyJ Churchill - it's a beautiful stick, masterfully constructed, but so, so sadly, boring. This is one of those Habanos that you just have to try at some point if you're a cigar smoker, but I think it really doesn't live up to its hype. For a big, strong, powerful, exciting cigar, I'd go with a Bolivar every time. - Submitted by tjdavies on August 1, 2010

Review #148: ---   R y J Churchills are usually nice to look at with nice construction. They have pleasant cold scent with hint of cinnamon. After lighting, I could pick up flavors of coffee and nuts. Taste had certain creaminess in it and it reminded me little bit of peanut butter. There were also gentle notes of leather and wood. This cigar did not develop much towards the end but it had a steady medium to full bodied presentation. Draw was excellent and I did not have any burn issues. Churchills have noticeable R y J flavor but stronger than e.g. Exhibicion No. 3. It is a perfect cigar after a nice dinner with dark roasted coffee. - Submitted by Finn on July 24, 2010

Review #147: MAY 06 I think these will get better with a bit more time (kind of astringent, like strong breakfast tea in the 2/3), but they're smoking pretty well right now--still nice and tangy with a wash of flavors focusing themselves for the future. - Submitted by papertowel on June 8, 2010

Review #146: JAN 08 After many years of passing the R y J Churchill up for other cigars, let week I went ahead and scooped one up for myself. I had to give into all of the hype about this particular stick. So, a few days ago, I sat with my fiance (she smoked a Vegas Robaina 'Classico'), and we lit up. From the warming of the tobacco, I could already smelly the deep wood aroma, and my mouth began to water. After toast the foot of the cigar, I dug right into it. The room smelt amazing. Between the Classico and my Churchill, the smell was intoxicating. Smelt of cedar, beans, and creamy wood. WOW. Overwhelming for sure. My churchill smoked with a razor sharp burn. Never once did I have to touchup or relight it. The first 1/3 was full of bean, and spices. I was in love already. Coming closer to the middle of the stick, it began to develop into a more mature cigar. Leaving me with the feeling that I just roasted some coffee beans, and had a hot cup of cocoa. Coming close to the last 1/3 of this cigar, things began to get much stronger, but maintaining the smoothness of a Romeo y Julieta. I smoked this stick down to a tiny nub, and would not let go until I could no longer hold onto the small burning nub of a cigar. I am only sorry that after a couple decades of smoking Cuban cigars, this was my first time smoking a RyJ churchill. I have to rate this stick a solid 9/10. Construction was a bit solid and tight but did not affect the draw at all. The cigar was super robust throughout and matured as I smoked it. The flavours were overwhelming and beautiful. Burn was even, combustion was perfect, and the overall experience was one that I will share with anyone that will listen to me :-) This was all of Saturday. By sunday morning, I ordered 2 boxes of this cigar. They will be here before the end of the week. I plan to enjoy the first box, and age the second. Anyone considering this stick, I can assure you that you will not be disappointed. I am a huge Montecristo man, and stand behind that line. The one other R y J that I can recommend is the Cazadore. It is much stronger than most R y J but is a very complex cigar. I hope that my words will assist others in making a decision to try out the RyJ Churchill someday. Regards, David Sr. - Submitted by thebigd on February 16, 2010

Review #145: JAN 00 New to the Cigar world , wanted the biggest cigar Sheffield & Son's had. Purchased this & a Montecristo #4. Smoked this last night in the hot tub with a glass of 12 year old Scotch. I found this cigar very pleasant at first with the common attributes to this cigar. I did have to relight it 4 times in about an hour. I found this cigar very mild & hard to get a good draw from (tight & long). I was fully prepared mentally to smoke this cigar & it still took a lot of work. Not a lot of smoke out of it .Overall i wasn't to happy with it, but I am not going to give up on it yet. The only reason I am not happy with is basically the price. @ $36 a tube I have had better experiences with other RyJ - Submitted by Sutton on January 24, 2010

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