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Romeo y Julieta Wide Churchills

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:130
Format:MontescoRing:55
Score:7.4
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Review #24: This cigar has consistently been a 7-8 for me and were I interested in spending more of my disposable income this would be my regular smoke. When it first came out it was wonderful. I would have given it an 8 and left it at that. Over the past year or so the quality of the build has gone down a bit and I get a less even burn. I smoke hot (fast) and I find that I am regularly burning my fingers on these since I smoke them right to the end and they don't build up a strong bitterness like some other brands. A lot of folks have commented on the size and that has to be a part of the allure for these cigars for me. I tend to prefer a larger ring on my cigars and this one seems to hit the mark. These are your staple R&J with their typical flavour profile. If you like R&J, you will like these. If you prefer something spicier, these will never rate above a 7. I read some of the other reviews and they mention letting them age. If you have the patience you should give that a try and see how you feel about it. One thing I can say - open the box before you buy. I always look for a nice, oily shine. Something a little dark. Those ones seem to be the best from my experience with these (I've probably only smoked about 50-60 of these cigars though so some people will likely have a broader experience) I have a box on hand that I will try and age for a year and see what that does - of course, I will have to try one now, for science and all that. - Submitted by robdoyle on November 23, 2015


Review #23: From a sampler, so no box date. This is definitely one of the coolest looking cigars I've seen. Perfect color, short and fat. Very cool double bands. Great pre-light aroma. The first few puffs were reminiscent of my first dime store cigars -- very pure tobacco taste. Throughout the smoke everything was lightly aromatic, very smooth and refined. Unfortunately the draw was quite tight, and the underwhelming amount of smoke led to an ashy flavor. I don't know if this cigar would benefit from more age. I had high hopes for this one, but it didn't hit the mark unfortunately. Of course not a bad cigar, but it doesn't resemble the praise I've seen for it. Hopefully this is just batch variation. - Submitted by mjmmm on November 12, 2015


Review #22: I've had 3 of these and they've all been great. Not too strong as I'm new to cigars but a good medium body all the way along. Great construction and burn never had to relight, a good hours smoke for me. Thoroughly enjoyable! - Submitted by oli1001 on October 12, 2015


Review #21: SEP 14 i Smoked one of these from a box that has been in my humidor for about 9 months. The cigars looked absolutely perfect when I got them. I smoked one shortly after I received the box, and, while not disappointed, they did not seem to be anything extraordinary. BUT,after a proper time of aging,they are absolutely tremendous. Smoked one this past weekend outdoors on the porch with a tall cold drink and the experience was outstanding. Perfect construction, wonderful draw, loads of very aromatic smoke, and a razor sharp burn. The flavor profile was typical R & J with spice and cream, but there was much fuller body with greater strength. The last half of the cigar was heaven. The gentleman that proclaims himself to be the most experienced cigar smoker on this board is clueless when it comes to this stick. - Submitted by thecameraguy on September 16, 2015


Review #20: I forgot to say that this was my second taste of this cigar. The first one was dreadfull but this one was uau!!! What a diference. - Submitted by joaozinho30 on August 15, 2015


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