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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 #46: this is a tasty cigar but some i smoked were rolled to tight. not complex, just smooth, balanced and full bodied. this cigar has a very pleasant powerful fruity taste to it but the cigar lacks evolution. however a smashing cigar and better in my opinion than the romeo short churchills, which i found bland, uninspiring and too subtle in flavour - Submitted by jaz on December 16, 2008


Review #45: There's nothing really bad to say about this cigar, but it isn't the most memorable Cuban. It's a mild to medium RyJ and it suits the RyJ profile well. The burn, draw, and construction are all fine. A decent Cuban that will easily be forgettable given its lack of any characteristic. - Submitted by cookj1 on November 28, 2008


Review #44: MAY 07 Hi,I'm not an expert so I'm just a beginner. I'm learning a lot on this web.Let me explain what I felt with Romeo N2.I've got two experiences on this cigar and I agree with the review number 41. First of them was a nice cigar: for the price, good draw, good cedar aromas good flavours and a perfect taste for a beginner.Not strong cuban cigar.The second one was not a good experience. I've got the same opinion as Franz-Eric. It didn't taste good so last night I didn't end this cigar.It's probably a problem with quality control.My score is just 5.Thanks a lot! - Submitted by iban80 on November 8, 2008


Review #43: JUN 07 A very enjoyable cigar. Construction is very nice and the wrapper was wonderfully oily. The first third was very smooth, perhaps too much so, however, the second through to the third developed a very pleasant creamy and spicy flavour. The burn was a bit problematic, but might have been more due to a poor cut on my part. A good "light" cigar, and for the price very good. - Submitted by aivandic on October 21, 2008


Review #42: This cigar has a nice, mellow flavour which is perfect when you don't want to overwhelm your palate. For the price, these cigars are great. There were no construction problems, and the cigar tasted great to the nub. - Submitted by sebastiology on October 21, 2008


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