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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 #138: I'll start by saying this has been my favorite cigar since I got into the hobby. So naturally, when I went to Havana, I bought a box marked Oct 08. I've smoked 3 so far and they have all been complete disappointments compared to what I've smoked in the past. I don't know what happened, but the complexity is gone. They still have the classic toasty/cedar flavor, but it doesn't change. Anyways, hopefully a little "growing up" will do them well. Cheers! - Submitted by deeks on June 16, 2009


Review #137: JAN 08 Smoked a tubed '08 the other day and really enjoyed it. Not sure why these get such a low rating here - they deserve a much higher grade and in my opinion remain the staple for this format - even when they don't have much age. Rich, creamy and spicy smoke - just make sure you're emotionally prepared for it before you light it up! - Submitted by Goldenberg on May 29, 2009


Review #136: Can't rate it, as I smoked it years ago. Just remember that I thought it was horrible. My buddy was smoking one the other night which he's been keeping for 3 years. He gave a a try of it. The taste was incredible! Imagine eating a piece of creamy wood. The flavour was excellent. This is one to watch out for I think. Will buy a few immediately and write a proper review - Submitted by Kangaroo495 on May 25, 2009


Review #135: smoked a lot of these,and it is still my favourite. not the sir winston,the monarcas or whatever. this is THE habano for me - Submitted by Yilmaz on May 14, 2009


Review #134: I totally agree with Paul Watson (#132). I bought a bunch of Churchills from 01,03 and more recent batches and enjoyed - almost - all of them. The recent specimens are amazingly tasty, especially the tubed ones, and deserve a 9.5+ rating. Once in a while you do encounter an unsavory dude, but it's not the norm. R&J could be my favorite brand: they keep on surprising me with marvelous, complex sticks. Even their low-end offering is, in my opinion, superior overall to the competition's cheapo vitolas. There IS a floral/cedery taste typical of R&J sticks that can't be enjoyed with others. I'm also in total agreement with Paul about the Sir Winston by Upmann(see my review for this guy, sent a few months ago). For the best Churchills, my rating is 9.7/10. - Submitted by Franz-Eric on April 28, 2009


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