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Romeo y Julieta Romeo No 2

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Gauge:MediumLength:129
Format:Petit CoronasRing:42
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:6.5
Presentation: Semi Plain box: (In aluminium tubes) boxes of 25. Cardboard Pack: Boxes of 5 in boxes of 25. Special Packaging: "Cajon" of 100.

Romeo y Julieta Romeo No 2 Review:

Medium in strength and a characteristic Romeo y Julieta style. Robust and complex flavours such as floral, nutty, herbal or woody among others with none of them standing out in particular. The minimum recommended ageing for this cigar is at least three years. Strength 3/5. Shorter in length than No 1.

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Review #80: On a recent trans-atlantic cruise, I purchased five different 'brands' of Cuban cigars at Chatham House in Bermuda, Stagnetto Ltd. in Gibraltar and El Corte Inglés in Barcelona. After 6-months in a humidor I have begun to try them with a Romeo y Julieta Romeo No. 2 Tubos from Barcelona, at €6.75, being one of them. For comparison, in the morning, I smoked a Romeo y Julieta Reserva Real Corona made in the Dominican Republic and in the afternoon the Cuban RyJ No. 2. It is not readily apparent that the Dominican RyJ is a 44 ring size while the Cuban RyJ is 42. Both cigars were "punched" rather than cut. The Romeo y Julieta Romeo No. 2 had good ash/burn for the full 60 minutes. The strength of both cigars was comparable. The Dominican Romeo y Julieta Reserva Real Corona did not have the notable spicy flavor present in the Cuban Romeo y Julieta Romeo No. 2. The intensity of the spice flavor increased during the last half and became comparable to a Cuban Montecristo No. 3. Other Cuban cigars that I have tried, Bolivar No. 1 Tubos and Punch Coronations Tubos, had no spice and a deeper-richer-bolder longer lasting woody/earthy flavor. Yet to be evaluated are H. Upmann Coronas Major Tubos, Romeo y Julieta Mille Fleurs, Montecristo Petit Tubos and Montecristo No. 4. - Submitted by Douglas B on October 27, 2016


Review #79: Well constructed but bitter with no complexity, overall taste is average, nothing surpising. I prefer the Mille Fleurs for less expensive! - Submitted by Petit Nyctale on May 13, 2016


Review #78: JUN 10 On a recent trip to Cuba I picked up a number 2 with some change in my pocket. I didn't think much of it as it was just cheap cigar I purchased on a whim. The cigar had some age to it but I thought it would just be a nice cigar to have casually rather than save it. And that I did, on a cold night I lit the cigar and had it with a rum and coffee. I was immediately hit unmissable notes of spice and pepper. This flavour intensified with some wood notes coming through. It was one of the best cigars I had ever smoked, and I even took it right down to the nub. I couldn't wait to get another one. Sadly I couldn't find any that aged again in the UK. So I bought a few boxer in 2015. I have just finished one of these after leaving them in my humidor for 2 months. Sadly without age these cigars just do not have that flavour profile that I was expecting. It had a few mild hints of leather and wood but not that spice I was craving from my aged no.2. If you are going to purchase these cigars I would recommend ageing them for a few years to really bring out those beautiful flavours. - Submitted by oxfords on April 5, 2016


Review #77: One of the best every-day-cigars...! Its taste is round and complete! I love it very much! Every time really good quality so far! 10/10 - Submitted by tschok on December 22, 2015


Review #76: I loved this cigar,i smoked more of these in cuba than any other.very tasty,i inhale and these were perfect for me,day and night.i know there are better cigars but for me,this was my favourite.a delicious smoke of coffee/cream.after a nice meal,with some Cuban rum,it was the icing on the cake.recommend. - Submitted by pesquero on October 13, 2015


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