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Romeo y Julieta Cazadores

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,27 gr.Score:7.9
Presentation: Bundle of 25 in a wood box

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Review #33: Great cigar This is an old school tasting cuban cigar. The flavor is very rich and strong. The only area it does lack is on smoothness but this cigar ages very well in little time. With in one year it has smoothed out a great deal. For the money this cigar is very tough to beat. - Submitted by JohnnyWalkerBlack on July 17, 2007

Review #32: I was impressed by this cigar from the first puff (even before that, if you count gazing admiringly at what was perhaps the most perfect, oily wrapper I've ever seen on a non-EL). It smacks you in the face with earthy Cuban tobacco... and then, it keeps on doing it, and doing it, until quite frankly you just get bored. There are hints of pepper, but that's pretty much it. It gets stronger and stronger, and after finishing the first two thirds, it got unpleasantly tarry for me. Still, at the price, not a bad smoke. I'm still on the fence about buying this one again. I can tell you that if this particular blend (with the same care given to appearance and construction) was offered in a petit corona size, I'd snap it up in a heartbeat. Definitely worth a try if you haven't had one before. - Submitted by agraupe on June 28, 2007

Review #31: I thought this would be a real bruiser of a cigar from its reputation. The quality that struck me was its smoothness. Yes it is a strong smoke, but it is never bitter. The only shortcoming is that the flavour does not develop, but with that mouthful of power, I am not complaining. Mine had only a few months in the humidor, maybe they will develop. Very good value. Wondrful size and construction. - Submitted by monteman on June 26, 2007

Review #30: The Cazadores is a cigar of few illusions, but this does not mean that it is a cigar without character and merit. To put that statement into some context, if the world of Habanos were a jazz band, the Cazadores is the lead trumpet playing with such stank and edge that you cannot turn away: you're too engaged and mesmerized by it. I had the pleasure of obtaining a Cazadore as a gift from NOV 03. The appearance of the cigar was rustic, sporting a rich brown wrapper that was slightly veiny. A pre-light draw revealed cold pepper and earth. From the first draw a flurry of pepper dances on in your nostrils and on your palate. In the first third of the cigar the pepper is accompanied by undertones or rich leather and earth. As the cigar progressed, it gave hints of a burnt sweet wheat toast which lingered on the palate after each draw. In the second third of the cigar the leather and earth gave way to strong black tea which was accompanied to the everpresent pepper overtones. Dancing in and out of these flavors seemed to be a bittersweet taste, almost like baking chocolate, but this flavor never seemd to take full force. At this point I noticed that the aroma of the cigar itself is spicy and very pleasant. The final third is very strong and almost all pepper. At this point you feel like you are playing chicken. However, as reviewer 26 stated: if you can take the heat, hang out in the kitchen and enjoy it. This cigar may not be overly complex, but it's straightforward character with flashes of rich flavor will mesmerize you. This is a great cigar to accompany a nice steak dinner with a young, peppery Zinfindel. This cigar has definitely established a place in my humidor for years to come. - Submitted by jakebarnes on June 15, 2007

Review #29: Great, strong, rich. A little too strong for the beginner, but you canīt leave your humidor without six of them at least. - Submitted by hgzecchin on May 24, 2007

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