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Romeo y Julieta Romeo No 2

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
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 #72: Good value for money but draw and consistency are a set back. A good effort that fell short at the end. Could be a good gift for a beginner after one has aged it properly. - Submitted by dundun on August 31, 2014

Review #71: Pleasant smoke for a low price. Nice packed in tubos, great for a gift or just to carry in my pocket. - Submitted by joaozinho30 on January 6, 2014

Review #70: I have bought a box of 5 and smoked one tonight.What a lovely petit corona, full of flavour and very complex for its size. Burns very well, and it is very easy to enjoy.I smoke a Romeo y Julieta every day, from cazadores to mille fleurs and I simply love this brand. - Submitted by joaozinho30 on December 28, 2013

Review #69: Burns ok, tastes like....nothing in particular. 2nd Cigar I have smoked, definitely not worth my effort, uneven consistency(some soft bits, some dense bits). Otherwise drew fine, lots of thick smoke. Better to pay a little bit more and get something better. Hits of cream(after it went out on me the first time, on relighting the first puff was subtly creamy, then back to the same flavour for the rest. - Submitted by Irukanji on June 14, 2011

Review #68: Smoked five new style Romeo y Julita Tubo No.2 cigars from different boxes and need to say that they left me pleasantly suprised. Construction wise this cigar is great with good draw and burn. Wrappers were nice and oily with no blemishes like those green water spots that I saw some reviewers online were complaining about. Tubo No.2 starts with a full strenght spicy opening that after a few more puffs subsides to a medium strenght remaining like this till the end. Flavor base is consisted of cedar, wood, spice, cream, floral and chocolate aromas coupled with an interesting orange note that sometimes appear. The aforemmentioned flavors come up in a medium bodied bouquet while the finish is pleasant and long. It is my opinion that this cigar can be considered, as some say and classify cigars, as a dessert stick reason being that in the second half this Tubo No.2 developes a nice creamy sweetness. Smoking time for this petit corona was about 1h and 30 minutes. Price wise this is also the best bang for buck cigar I have found in my local B&M so far with the price of 8,5 USD per piece. - Submitted by promajk on March 8, 2011

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