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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 #133: APR 07 The reason I'm rating this cigar only a 4/10 has nothing to to with taste but everything with poor build quality. I had smoked these before and was very impressed with the rich, creamy taste with undertones of leather and nuts. You can imagine my excitement when a friend brought me a box when she came to visit me in India. So far I've smoked (or tried to) 6 of them and only really enjoyed 2 of these. The others all share the same problem: rolled WAY too tightly, to the extent that it's very hard to get a more or less decent smoke out of them, like sucking on a broomstick and I'm really not exaggerating. This kind of quality problem is simply unacceptable in a cigar like this and I will think long and hard before taking the risk of ordering an entire box again. The remainder are in my humidor but the prospect of taking one out and finding once again that it's not upto par is turning me off. Buyer beware! - Submitted by wernervdc on April 17, 2009


Review #132: --- 01 just finished last of a bunch of 5 i got for free from one of my internet suppliers.01 i think,because they could not sell them.kept them at 65/17 for 2 months.good freebe i rate this as 8.5 and hope he offers me more,i must be a good customer.to be serious although these are good there is some superb cuban stuff out there at the moment.i dont have to tell you guys just about anything from 07/08 is smoking great at the moment.one cigar i know of which can be difficult to get are Sir Winstons,if you have got the bread grab them,IMHO they could be the best cigars ever to come out of cuba.ok i will add Partagas Solomones LCHD,buy as many as you can. - Submitted by paul watson on April 13, 2009


Review #131: JUN 03 I have several boxes of these, but this is the oldest.And it's a sublime smoke: creamy, sweet, rich and rewarding. Burned evenly right down to knuckle-scorching distance, even the ash seemed better. - Submitted by baobab on March 13, 2009


Review #130: what can I say.The best for me. - Submitted by Yilmaz on February 21, 2009


Review #129: As review #124 said, starts off distinctively woody, which continued until about a third of the way through, when a nice balanced flavour opened up, covering more areas of the palate. It had very complex and subtle flavours this cigar, I did not find it at all strong. As I only have a couple of years experience under me I cannot put my finger on the other flavours, perhaps a mixture of leathery/nuttyness(?). The wrapper was quite fine, although veins were still quite protrudent, overall an even colorado colour. The burn was even and the draw, whilst a little tight in the beginning, was good. An excellent cigar, but not enough kick for me. - Submitted by antonius on December 26, 2008


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