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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 #64: APR 08 Having taken some time off Cubans to try some non-Cubans some memorable ones being: Padron, DR Montecristo, La Unica, I have decided to pick up a Cuban again. This stick from a box of 25s tubos purchased some months back is in my favourite size of the small-medium gauge range, the runt of the brood and a real ugly stick. The wrapper is significantly lighter than the others, almost a milk coffee colour, spotty with some green tinge. It is veiny and appears to be less oily. Prelit aromas yield a tinge of ammonia and sweet cedar. The cigar is well packed but the draw was just slightly firm, yielding richly fragrant and velvety smoke. Surprising myriad of flavours. Starting off as floral honey-cedar like, then mellow flavours, clean tobacco taste, woodiness, toasty, coffee notes and slight earthiness, evolving thoughout the entire length while maintaining a fine balance. I am sure there are other flavours beyond my level of perception. Long aftertaste of cedar and tobacco. Low spiciness and gentle tannins start off from the halfway mark and slowly build up, evidently still young. Overall, a medium bodied and midstrength cigar that burns evenly. Previously encountered a similar of this marque in the form of a machine made No. 3 in those bare aluminium tubes, which was harsh and bitter. This stick in the painted tubes are definitely handmade and has more than erased that bad memory. Discounting its appearance and youth and considering its bargain price, I would give it 8/10. I will eagerly wait for the rest to blossom in the next few years. - Submitted by sengjc on April 20, 2010


Review #63: ---   This cigar evoked a mixed response from me. On one hand it burned well, drew well and gave a good thick smoke. On the other, it burned quickly and didn't really have any variations in flavour. I rated it as I did because for the price I paid (5.25euros) there are better cigars. The coronita en cedro by Romeo y Julieta is what I would choose from this manufacturer around this price bracket. - Submitted by JamesE90 on March 2, 2010


Review #62: ---   just picked me up a few of these, earlier this afternoon, but by the sounds of it i am going to be quite dissapointed with this stick - Submitted by soldier cigar enthusiast on February 27, 2010


Review #61: JUL 08 I really love this cigar. Had one from '08 the other day. I usually don't smoke CC's this young but these are great without much age, at least recent production is anyway. It was kind of floral with a fruity sweetness thaat I found very enjoyable. So much so that I picked up 2 more boxes. - Submitted by hdlr97 on February 13, 2010


Review #60: MAY 08 I've smoked ten (so far) of these from various sources. Its a medium smoke and is rolled tight. The wrapper looks a little oily when stored in a humidor, but some of these sticks have green patches on them. To be expected for the price really and theres not a lot of harm in this. I find it takes until after the first third for the stick to stabilise, with spice being the first flavour that hits me. Then the spice really builds up after that with good tobacco flavour in the mix. I also find this to have a leathery taste. I've found this cigar to be a little ashy or charry in taste too and it can be a little bland at times since the taste is not complex and does not alter throughout. I would suggest that this cigar should go with a drink. I've yet to pinpoint my preference on this. The draw is consistent and I've had no burn problems or had any plugs (so far!). Like I said, it is rolled tight but it does smoke well and you get nice plumes of smoke out of it. I enjoyed some of these more than others but I did get them from different places. I think this is a decent beginner's smoke or an everyday smoke at this price. - Submitted by homanahomana on February 8, 2010


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