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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 #22: Iv had a few of these now. All the ones iv had have been very loosely rolled, and spongey to squeeze. The wrapper is not fine but has few veins. Has a pleasant aroma when smeeling the stick. The draw, because of the loose construction, was much too light. The burn was very even and produced a medium to dark grey ash. Tha flavour was quite complex, couldnt quite put my finger on it, but definately included floral and nutty tones as per the opening review and a little spice, it was also quite sweet. Could do with a fair bit of aging, to smoothen out the flavour a bit and allow the characteristics to come out more clearly. overall a reasonable cigar, would develop nicely flavour wise but the construction is definately holding it back. - Submitted by antonius on November 28, 2008

Review #21: What can you say about a Romeo y Julieta #3. Its very rich in flavor, found it extremely tasty. Was happy with the size. However can't get over how sweet these cigars are in flavor, not sure why they taste so sweet? Regardless a half decent cigar. 60% - Submitted by Cuba_Raff on September 6, 2008

Review #20: Maybe better than the number one, wich is the worse cuban cigar ever, but I still believe it isn't made in Cuba, or not made with tobacco leaves. Please follow this counsel: smoke anything but Romeo's no.1 or 3. Don't waste such an amount of aluminium!!!!! - Submitted by mattiabasso on September 4, 2008

Review #19: Very nice Inexpexsive and very sweet Overtones of cedar. The draw leaves a little to be desired. - Submitted by Sully on August 12, 2008

Review #18: JUL 07 Not impressive. Just an inexpensive cigar that fit into a half-an-hour break. - Submitted by im_2_real on June 13, 2008

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