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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 #28: Wow, with this stick you can never go wrong! Absolute power from the first puff, tons of flavour, fine draw...Over the years I never found a foul one. No defects, really. I'd like Cuben brands to make more cigars like this one. - Submitted by sasha on May 8, 2007

Review #27: BD 2003 definitivly not for beginners. From the start on it brought tonns of typcal floral Romeo tasts which continue during the smoking to more and more herbal spicy aromas in an undiscribabel intensity. Smoked it for 90 min. during watching a crime story which was hard to concentrat on because the cigar pulls me away with every draw.Left a fantastic smell all over the house. A good dinner before it is an absolut must. - Submitted by bolibeli on March 3, 2007

Review #26: jcruise400: a bold but accurate rating. The recent issues of this cigar are nothing less than superb. Yes, they're strong, and somewhat harsh, but if you can take the heat, hang out in the kitchen awhile and enjoy it. With a few years of humidor time, this is a true classic. - Submitted by shrink on January 23, 2007

Review #25: I am prone to give “generous” ratings from time to time. Regardless, this is a true blockbuster, 10 out of 10, even when you leave out the reasonable price. The bite (uncharacteristic of many Cuban cigars: usually for good reason) is present in just the right amount. The flavor trumps that bite just enough to create the perfect cigar. This vitola is loaded with notes of charcoal, burnt toast, and loads of cedar. I also detected trace notes of rich leather. Almost achieving perfection, the only drawback (besides that the cigar ends) is a slightly bitter finish in the very last inch or so: which one usually does not smoke. I cannot say enough about this cigar! It will be a regular in my humidor for years to come. Well done, comrades! - Submitted by jcruise400 on January 23, 2007

Review #24: Great RyJ. - Submitted by Puros on January 21, 2007

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