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Romeo y Julieta Mille Fleurs

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Gauge:MediumLength:129
Format:Petit CoronasRing:42
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.2
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (With cellophane) Boxes of 10 and 25; (Without cellophane) Boxes of 10 and 25.

Romeo y Julieta Mille Fleurs Review:

Its name can give us a clue about its taste. Thousand of floral flavours may be appreciated if smoked quietly. This cigar can be considered the best machine-made in the whole Romeo y Julieta brand. A minimum ageing of at least three years is recommended. Strength 2/5.

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Review #58: ---   This Cuban Romeo y Julieta Mille Fleurs was fresh out of the box, with a slight box press, from Cigar Terminal in Geneva. The bottom of the box had a factory code of EML, a date code of Abr 15, and the inscription Totalmente a Mano, meaning "totally by hand" or hand-made. The cigar cost $4.40 USD, including shipping to the USA, and I wanted to do this review on a fresh cigar that had not been sitting in a 120 cigar humidor with 4 to 6 other brands of cigars. My evaluation this time is a little different than my previous review. The cigar was punched with good draw and burn for the 45-50 minute smoke. The flavor was typical for a RyJ cigar with peppery-spice and would compare with a Dominican made RyJ Reserve Real. This a good milder Cuban cigar for the price. A Cuban RyJ Mille Fleurs is the same size as a Cuban Montecristo No. 4 and compares in quality/flavor but a No. 4 is slightly stronger and costs a little more. If you want to loose the RyJ spicy taste you can go for a Cuban Bolivar, H. Upmann or Punch but they will be stronger and more expensive. As an aside; if you wish to verify that your box of 'Cuban' cigars are truly authentic Cuban cigars, you can enter the unique serial number from the Warranty Seal at the Habanos SA website http://www.habanos.com/en/verificacion-de-autenticidad/ - Submitted by Douglas B on May 4, 2017


Review #57: ---   This Cuban Romeo y Julieta Mille Fleurs was purchased at Chatham House in Bermuda for $9.20 BMD during a port of call on a trans-Atlanta cruise in April 2016. After sitting in my humidor for 1 year, it was time to smoke it. As a point of reference; in the morning, I smoked a Dominican made Romeo y Julieta Reserve Real Corona and in the afternoon the RyJ Mille Fleurs. Both cigars were 'punched' which for the 42 ring Cuban is nearly the same as a cut end. Both cigars were mild plus in strength and had good ash / burn for 65 minutes. For the final 3rd of the Mille Fleurs, the spice faded with more woody and cedar flavor. The Cuban made Mille Fleurs had the overall typical RyJ flavor and compares closer to a Dominican made Romeo y Julieta Vintage #1. It may also be worth noting that the overall cigar prices at Chatham House in Bermuda were twice those of Stagnetto Ltd. in Gibraltar or the El Corte Inglés store at Plaza Catalunya in Barcelona. - Submitted by Douglas B on April 29, 2017


Review #56: Not much going on with this cigar. Smoked it with a year of age on it. I'll leave my last one for another couple years. Wood notes throughout. It had some nice notes (wood and spices perhaps) that only showed very sporadically throughout. Needs time I think but will still not show much in my opinion. 82/100 - Submitted by mcease on October 22, 2016


Review #55: Not much going on with this cigar. Smoked it with a year of age on it. I'll leave my last one for another couple years. Wood notes throughout. It had some nice notes (wood and spices perhaps) that only showed very sporadically throughout. Needs time I think but will still not show much in my opinion. 82/100 - Submitted by mcease on October 22, 2016


Review #54: Last weekend I have a second chance to Romeo y Julieta with this Mille Fleur, first time was with a Coronitas Cedro. As the first time... this one was the same. Romeo and Julieta are not for my taste. It have acid taste, very tight and hard to draw. I have an Exhibicion N4 to gave this brand a third and last chance. Very very bad smoke, I only smoked the first third and let it die alone, with dignity. - Submitted by diezigno on July 19, 2016


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