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Romeo y Julieta Exhibicion No. 3

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Corona GordaRing:46
Weight:11,41 gr.Score:8.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #9: This cigar was excellent for the first half, with a razor sharp burn. The second half started to get a little rough, and not as smooth. Overall a decent smoke, although not my top choice as far as Cubans go. - Submitted by ihupaliw on March 18, 2007

Review #8: Quite an aromatic after taste, and a very nice bouquet, oen of the very first cigars i had ever smoked. However the batch I had paid for stuffed from a very loose draw, and subsequently a initial, rough - hot taste. Still, high in its cuban competitors quality range. Recommended, as I will not let this one bad experience wreck my perception of the cigar, and its quality, strong filler and beautiful composition - Submitted by JonnyB on December 15, 2005

Review #7: An absolutely wonderful cigar. Received a cabinet about two weeks ago and have enjoyed three beauties...Not a big fan of the box press, however the longer they stay in the humi the better and they open up as you smoke'em. One of the best medium cubanos I've had. - Submitted by cigarlover on August 24, 2005

Review #6: I have tried numerous years of this cigar. The older 1999 cigars were poorly finished and impossible to smoke. 2001, 2002 and 2003 have been wonderfully consistent, the only complaint would be slightly uneven burn. The cigar has a peppery taste with slight cedar undertones. It is a mild smoke that builds intensity up to last third, when the taste builds to cover your tongue. It goes great with a good Scotch or Rum. One of my favorite cigars - Submitted by David B on November 15, 2004

Review #5: This is a superb cigar. It is light to medium bodied, and requires some effort to get a heavy draw. I find that this just helps pacing, and is not a flaw. It has hints of hazelnuts, leather and a very spicy overtone that really sets the 'relaxed' mood. It isn't perfect (I tend to like larger cigars, that are stronger in flavor), but it is definitely worth a try if you think a nice, slow smoke would tickle your fancy. - Submitted by Arthur K. on June 27, 2004

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