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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.

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Review #7: It's not too strong but full of flavors. By the way, to review #3, a 6 of 10 is a quite GOOD score - that's what I would give as well. Lasted me an hour, went out once, but leaving a wonderful aftertaste of wood. Not too tight at all. Good affordable smoke, but I suppose same price could get a better hand-made, no? - Submitted by mdecristo on January 25, 2007

Review #6: Just received one of these from Santa Claus, and it was horrible. Packed WAY too tight. Caved in the back of my head trying to get a decent puff. Tasted the way burning tree leaves smell, acrid and far too pungent for me. It had an uneven burn, surprising for a machine made, and went out a number of times. This is one cigar that you can use a Zippo on without harming it in any way. - Submitted by W. Merrifield on December 31, 2006

Review #5: Just bought a box of 10. I hope the remaining 9 are just as good. A solid thirty minutes of Dark earth and bitter cocoa enjoyment. "Hecho en cuba Totalmente a mano" - Submitted by willisoften on December 31, 2006

Review #4: This is a mild and affordable everyday smoke very much like the Coronita Cedro. Great burn and solid finish. For the money you can't beat the quality, out of 3 cases I have never had to throw one away. - Submitted by grousehog on December 29, 2006

Review #3: just smoked one 20 minutes ago. definately noticed a woody taste to begin with (like rimu a new zealand wood if any of you hav heard of). this was for the 1st 2/3 cigar. no sign of spice tasted. last 3rd there was a very noticeable almond taste. cigar overall was also a tad sour unfortunately, will be interesting to see if the others are like this. the draw was reasonably good but felt i was also taking in alot of air as it was was not burning well, but only had to relight once (the ash sadly falling into my glass of JW black label scotch whiskey). give this a 6/10 overall. not too impressed. - Submitted by Anton on December 29, 2006

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