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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.


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Review #12: Smoke One Last Nyte 1st Cigar, I liked, dont no if it was a good choice for a 1st cigar but i enjoyed - Submitted by Bigash1 on September 23, 2007


Review #11: I bought a single one of these and left it just for two days before smoking it. I had it with an apple flavored beer, which was pretty good. The draw is good, the taste has notes of cedar and hints of almond. The aroma of the smoke is beautiful. All in all, a good cheap every-day smoke. - Submitted by Lucky Break on August 18, 2007


Review #10: What a differance letting it sit makes,first one i smoked was nice but after sitting for 12 months there is no comparison,they are nice when young but only get better with age.The second i smoked was like wow is this a No.3 or a Partaga Tre Petit Corona or Purito(powerful and nice).RYJ are still the best.Woody taste,loads of smoke,easy draw,really tasty,a favourite. - Submitted by aussie shaun on March 28, 2007


Review #9: I'm just getting into cigars and don't have much experience regarding Cubans, this is the 3rd Cuban I ever tried (the 2 first being Montecristos). I don't know what age it was, since they didn't know at the shop where I got it, I tried telling them that the box should have a date somewhere, but the salesperson couldn't find it. I figure it must have been in the shop for quite some time seeing how it's a small shop dealing mostly in wines and chocolate, but since they store all their cigars in a closet-sized humidor, I had no worries about the state my purchase might be in. I'm still a novice in the cigar sphere and have yet to develop the experience and vocabulary needed to provide you with an in-depth description of the taste(s), but I must say the taste is quite good, rich in nuances. The draw in the 2 I've smoked so far has been good, I didn't have to suck like a Dyson to get plenty smoke. Machine made or not, I really like this cigar... - Submitted by khagawang on March 9, 2007


Review #8: one of the worst stick, I think I got a lemon........packed way too loose.... tasted very harsh and green...dont know if it is counterfit since I got it from a reputable store....bought 3 of these..hope the next two will live up to the standards.....greatly depart from the no.2 tubo - Submitted by expresso on March 5, 2007


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