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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.


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Review #23: I have puchased many boxes of these in the past 2 years, directly from Cuba or Mexico (Whites Tubes). I very much enjoy these cigars. I had a chance to try one of the Silver tubes lately and I will never smoke one of those again. My humidor is divided into three, "Special occasions & Aging" - "Common smoking" and the "Friends are over and they all want to smoke a cigar but don't really know anything about cigars" section. These easily fit into the Common Smoking area. Great taste, not too long of a burn, great drag and smoke. - Submitted by Pyth0s on July 10, 2007


Review #22: I bought a No.2 this past weekend, but it was in a white tube. Curious. Nevertheless, this RyJ was excellent. I was very surprised because I don't normally give tubos the time of day. I always think the tubos is a bit of a gimic. This is no gimic. This was a hidden gem. I will definitely smoke these in the future, and I won't be so hesitant to look at other tubos in the future. - Submitted by cookj1 on July 10, 2007


Review #21: Enjoying one of these beauties and must say it is a very mild smoke, have a los romeros pack,after sitting since 2004 i was expecting a kick ass smoke(strong that is)but what i have is a mellow somewhat tangy cigar that is lacking some how.Firm ash(about 1.5 inches long_before tapping off)rather firm draw. with a nice tasting smoke(peppery)looked great,no veins,smooth wrapper and smelt like a virgins thigh but left me looking for that oomph of a Partaga or Ramone Allones after sitting so long, only half way so it may get better,at least i have a no.1 to go,hope it is better - Submitted by aussie shaun on June 8, 2007


Review #20: I also had the chance to have a friend bring me back a Romeo no 2 from Cuba. The tube is white and mentions "Totalmente a mano", which mihgt translate to "Totally handmade", but I know nothing about Spanish... Just a guess. I had smoked Canada-bought no 2s when my son was born, and they were definitely not as good as the one from Cuba. I'm far from being knowledgeable in cigars, but the cuban one I really enjoyed. The canadian ones (grey metal tubes) were OK. - Submitted by Eirick on May 19, 2007


Review #19: You're right, W. Merrifield (review # 18)... In this page is mentioned that Romeo No. 2 is machine made, but a Romeo No. 2 bought in Cuba is totally hand made and came in a white tube... it doesn't look like this picture!... I just have one on my desk right now, and, to be honest... it doesn't smell good at all. - Submitted by DragonKnight on April 11, 2007


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