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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 #18: It's rough construction actually gives it character and charm. They have always given a perfect draw and decent burn for me so far. Slow burning, rich full bodied, full flavoured smoke with that horsey leatheryness which you find in the Romeo Churchills and spicy earth. Not very complex but delicious anyway. More like a Bolivar blend but with traces of the Romeo Churchill flavour. - Submitted by A. Dyer on March 22, 2006

Review #17: Wah this one is really atypically charming. My good friend Junj passed it to me to smoke ah, it was quite shiok. Consistency tapered towards the end, but generally it was burned with a rather distinguished character. Cigar imitates life imitates cigar. - Submitted by rgbk on November 30, 2005

Review #16: The first couple of these I smoked were pretty good but a little "raw". Reading the advice here I bought another box to age. Susequent cigars from the first box have suffered consistency problems - but they are decent strong smoke overall. I think i'll leave the 2nd box in my humi for a year or two! - Submitted by poshjonny on November 14, 2005

Review #15: very good cigar. Strong and typically Cuban in flavour. Can be harsh if not aged well. Relatively cheap for its quality. - Submitted by Almajed on September 29, 2005

Review #14: Just recieved a box of these. The box code id FDO DIC 04. I can reccomend this cigar highly. I\'m not seeing the intense horsepower that other reviewers outlined. This cigar is rich, tasty, and burns like a champ. Despite the 44 ring it is a cannon and delivers a fantasic volume of gereat smoke. Try one. It\'s a great cigar when you a longer cigar but not quite in the mood for a julieta or double corona. - Submitted by mrniceguy on July 13, 2005

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