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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 #4: Hi i am a relatively new person to the world of cigars and the RyJ was my first cigar given by a friend. I found them a tad bit strong and overly spicey. Perphaps its a cigar to advanced for a amatuear smoker like me. Can anyone give any advice or suggestions to which type of cigar i should try to start out? - Submitted by snowdawgz on December 19, 2006


Review #3: In reply to the previous reviewer. The Romeo cigars are always a bet... They can have drawing problems and turn out to be downright dog rockets. But every now and then you get this stick that really stands out. The no. 3 is usually the best choice. I once had one that had an unusually dark wrapper, and my word it was a smashing smoke! Whether these cigars are worth aging a long time, I'm not sure. I seem them more as quick smokes that I can pick up when I'm feeling the need for something accessible but decent. The no. 2's I tried were a bit bland, but did have those typical RyJ traits that make all their cigars worth checking out. With their decent price, and accessible nature, there's no reason not to have some of these lying about. Light one up on a fling, and you just might get a really pleasant surprise. - Submitted by Nekotaku on December 11, 2006


Review #2: I have two of these aging for about 1 1/2 years now. Have never smoked one though, and would love to know what i'm in for. - Submitted by Jonfrommitchell on December 10, 2006


This cigar spans 17 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 [17]



 
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