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Romeo y Julieta Romeo No 3

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Weight:6,72 gr.Score:5.5
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (In aluminium tubes) boxes of 10 and boxes of 25.

Average user rating

Review #27: Just returned from Cuba and picked up a box of these at the duty-free before taking off. Tried a R&J No. 2 in Havana but wasn't for me. Not sure why but the No. 3 just seems to suit my taste perfectly. It is the perfect golf cigar. Not too complex but as you get into the second third the flavors seem to intensify and this is the first cigar I can smoke down to about an inch or less. I always feel sad when it is over and will be smoking this cigar for quite some time to come. The date on the box was march 09. They were doing something right that month. I wish I had 10 of these boxes!!!!! - Submitted by jazzbass on May 2, 2009

Review #26: All of my examples have been bought in Ireland at the airport duty-free shop. I have had only good experiences with the Romeo No 3. Good draw. Medium flavor. Mild-Medium strength. The experience Habana smoker can tell this comes from the RyJ Family, no question. This is a good value. It is not the Hunter. Nonetheless, I would recommend for a good quick smoke, outside of just post meal times. Romeo No 3 is good enough to have in your travel humidor. - Submitted by HUC on May 2, 2009

Review #25: Το δοκίμασα συνοδεία ενός 12 years malt whiskey και μου φάνηκε απαίσιο! Πολύ πικρό στο στόμα και με απουσία γλυκών αρωμάτων. Κέδρος και πιπέρι είναι τα επικρατέστερα στοιχεία. Καλό κάψιμο αλλά μόνο αυτό.. Αρκετά βαρύ και άδειο. - Submitted by dkonstantis on March 22, 2009

Review #24: Αυτές οι coronitas δεν είναι καθόλου του πεταματού. Κάπνισα μερικές από ένα κουτί των 10 και τις βρήκα συμπαθητικές, αρκετά πικάντικες, με λίγο κακάο στη μέση που πικρίζει από μερικές σταγόνες λεμονιού και όμορφη επίγευση ξύλου σε όλη τη διάρκεια. Η καύση και το τράβηγμα ήταν χωρίς κανένα πρόβλημα. Πολύ-πολύ όμορφες. - Submitted by cipu on March 18, 2009

Review #23: FEB 08 Waste of Aluminium. Filler burnt quicker then wrapper as extremely loosely wrapped. Wrapped heavily veined. Draw was poor. Perhaps the machine rolling is the issue with the number 3. Dissapointing. Feb 2009 - Submitted by MJP on February 10, 2009

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