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Romeo y Julieta Short Churchills

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:124
Format:Short ChurchillRing:50
Score:8.3
Presentation: Box of 25


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Review #105: JUN 07 Outstanding cigar. Burn was even throughout. Draw was a little tight at the very beginning but opened up soon afterwards. It's a little on the mild side but nonetheless a very good cigar. Quality and taste was very good. The double band makes this robusto also look very good. - Submitted by mkhouryjr on March 31, 2009


Review #104: --- 07 I smoked a (tubed) single that I received as a gift which then rested in my humidor for about a year before I sparked it. Initial observation was: "very impressive - finally a regular production robusto from RyJ". Faultlessly constructed with a semi-dark, oily wrapper and impeccably uniform, quite elegant with the double band. Holding, looking at and smelling this cigar inspires a certain level of expectation which most great cuban smokes tend to do. And it did but the feeling didn't last. It started off very mild with nothing to present but a vague hint of tobacco in the aroma department. I was hoping that by the end of the first third, it would develop some sort of complexity or build up on strength. Still no 'wow factor', as others noted before me. By the end of the second third, I was starting to wonder why I hadn't picked up something else for the night. I still smoked it all the way down to about an inch length where it had (finally) picked up a little spice and some undiscernable flavor (pleasant but still tame). All in all, I almost felt as if I was smoking a Romeo No. - an ok stick for new afficionados but nothing to rave about or consider returning to, in this case, not even for its price. Way to mild and lacking in complexity, flavor and character. Don't get me wrong, it's not a bad cigar and it shouldn't be discarded as one by anybody - draw, burn and construction were all top-notch. But I got more kick out of sniffing the burning end than by puffing on it. I feel somewhat guilty for writing this review after having had just one, but since this cigar left me completely unimpressed, it's very unlikely that I will smoke another one any time soon. There are a ton of better smokes out there in the same price range. Perhaps one day I'll give it another try but for now, I'll stick with the PSD4, the RASS and the Boli RC. They always deliver... - Submitted by SmokeRings on March 3, 2009


Review #103: I have had several of these now, but unfortunately the last one had a terrrible draw. Light like a cigarette! The previous Churchills were really masterpieces. Nice draw, even burn. Quite a mouthful! Wonderful woodys aromas. Not bitter and good to the end. I recommend this cigar, but be careful that the wrappers are not dried. I have seen several of these in the local shops with cracked wrappers. what a pity. - Submitted by MilesVienna on February 17, 2009


Review #102: DEC 08 Found the RJ Short CH a good smoke. It did take me a few from the box before I figured this one out, and handing them out I recieved mixed reviews. If you take a little time, and pay attention to the burn, you get rewarded. Not a good cigar for being on the move, you need to sit down and stay with this one. - Submitted by johnydraw on January 19, 2009


Review #101: Smelt and looked beautiful straight from the tube. Seemed pretty mild both in strength and flavour. Smooth all the way through. A little tight on the draw initially. Very minor burn problem halfway through. Very pleasant but no wow factor, though I'll definitely be going back to check I haven't missed anything. - Submitted by daverave999 on January 19, 2009


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