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Romeo y Julieta Romeo No 3

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Gauge:MediumLength:117
Format:CoronitasRing:40
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 #17: I've tried one and I don't know if it was a real one 'cause it was quite bitter and there wasn't the usall greasy touch of cuban cigars - Submitted by zoro on May 31, 2008


Review #16: I must say these were better than i ever expected R&J are usually a dissapointing smoke..but i must have got lucky i enjoyed the one i smoked so much i bought the cigar store out of all the #3 s he had and have been smoking one every night..for the price there not a bad smoke..the draw is very good the burn even and the aroma is very pleasant the taste is peppery the cap takes the punch good and the constuction is quite good..these are an every day smoke not an occasion smoke...hope you guys get a good batch like i did - Submitted by godfather on May 29, 2008


Review #15: No flavours,no sweet,just a nicotian product not a cuba cigar. - Submitted by rainbug on April 24, 2008


Review #14: Got given a couple. A smoke of little consequence on the first try, so I left the other to hang around the humidor for about 6 months. A better smoke - easy draw, and smelled good, but nothing I'd ever go out and look for again. - Submitted by baobab on April 12, 2008


Review #13: R&Y isn't my usual smoke, so I had been looking forward to trying one of these from a tube. As it happened, it turned out to be the worst made cigars i've ever tried. After first lighting it, the filler burnt very quickly (I guess it was packed too loosely) while most of the wrapper stayed intact. I took emergency measures and cut the stick halfway down, to re-light it cleanly. But the same happened again, with the filler burning rapidly and the wrapper barely catching. The cigar was one of a pack, bought from duty-free at a London airport, so I doubt that it would have been counterfeit. I guess there's one dud in every few hunded made, and this was it, hence the low score. - Submitted by Bunters on October 12, 2007


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