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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:7.3
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (With cellophane) Boxes of 10 and 25; (Without cellophane) Boxes of 10 and 25.


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Review #21: MAR 08 Bought box of 10 at havana airport duty free shop to use up my last few pesos. Wasn't expecting much but have now smoked 6 and all have had perfect draw, nice oily medium wrapper and great flavour - no youthfulnes apparent. They are very smooth and flavours are quite complex - they have all the characteristics of typical R&J's but are somewhat better balanced and more refined than other sizes i have smoked recently. This morning ordered a 25 box as i was that happy and keeping my fingures crossed they are of the same quality. For readers interest prices in Cuba are fairly standardised at official shops and are higher than i currently pay by about 20% from my internet suppliers. - Submitted by ian on November 26, 2008


Review #20: JUL 07 Not so much a review as an observation. Just purchased a box of these from Baranows in Hawthorn, Melbourne. The box is dated July 2007, and these lovely cigars are now definately hand made - "totalamente a mano" is branded on the box! I'm guessing the singles that I have purchased recently have also been hand made, as they have a definately superior construction and flavour to what comes out of a machine. It's all in the mojo, baby! I'm eager to fire up one from my new box of 25. Take my advice, these are unsurpassable cigars for the price. - Submitted by Tony38 on November 26, 2008


Review #19: OCT 06 Ένα πούρο που συνεχίζει να είναι καλό και μετα τη machine made εποχή (!!!). Αρκεί να έχει κανά δυο χρόνια στην πλάτη του και να καπνίζεται αργά. Πλούσια αρώματα ξύλου και καφέ μαζί με μπαχάρια και πιπέρια. "Γεμάτο" αλλά πάντα ντελικάτο. Ένα εξαιρετικό, (αν συνυπολογίσουμε και την τιμή του), καθημερινό. - Submitted by cipu on October 3, 2008


Review #18: Outstanding value for the money. A delightfully woody and aromatic smoke, not a true classic, but for everyday enjoyment it's pretty much at the top of the range. Typically toasty Romeo flavours and aroma. - Submitted by Tony38 on September 17, 2008


Review #17: AUG 07 Have smoked several of these from the box and found them to be a nice smoke..although I'm going to let the rest sleep for a year and see if they improve! - Submitted by mrtomcat on July 17, 2008


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