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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 #13: A Note to Newbies of full-bodied cigars: Don\'t let the size of this wonderful Cuban gem fool you. It is a butt-kicker! Very spicy and very strong! I\'m fond of full-bodied cigars, but this one even caught me off guard! Now, I wouldn\'t call it harsh. That term suggests the cigar is unrefined or perhaps even painful. I prefer to call it \"Seriously Bold.\" After smoking a couple of these (and turning several shades of green in the process), I tucked them away in the humidor to age. They\'ve been there for about 6 years now, undisturbed. It is about time to see if time has turned these beasties into beauties! - Submitted by majvince on April 9, 2005

Review #12: Great fuller bodied cigar that needs some time in the humidor (at least a year) before smoking...THey are a bit harsh when smoked young but it's remarkable how much better they are after only a year of aging..Straight-forward strong tobacco flavors with a dark chocolate flavor and very very peppery undertones...I like them and a good value for the relatively low price! - Submitted by rookie139 on February 14, 2005

Review #11: A wonderful cigar. Smells great even when unlit and once you put flame to foot, things start to get interesting. First quarter is slightly spicy and then it mellows out. Last third or so produces some complicated flavours of cedar and wood. Very very nice. The burn wasnt very even but at least I never had to relight at any point and the draw was superb. Ash was a bit flaky and I couldnt let it grow to any length. A word of caution: dont hand this cigar to a beginner. The size of the cigar coupled with its overall power can result in diziness and maybe even vomiting (unpleasant for all involved!). This cigar could also do with quite a few years of aging. That might hopefully sort out the uneven burn issues and take away some of the edge. In conclusion though, great cigar for a great price. - Submitted by sammy boy on February 7, 2005

Review #10: I’ve not had an R&J in 6 years, apart from a couple of churchills which the company fat cats would whip out during anniversary dinners. At first glance, the Cazadores looks like no R&J I ever set my eyes upon, at first whiff, like no R&J I’ve ever set my nose upon. I proceed to smoke two (1 hour apart) out of an unwrapped Mar/00 box (the foil was broken in Sept 04 according to the manager) after allowing it to rest over the weekend. As a regular full bodied cigar smoker, having read much commentaries on this piece, I was expecting the usual aroma and strong flavor of the Partagas, Bolivar, Ramon e.t.c., but this one is harsh, close to bitter, the taste one might experience should one stuff a handful of pounded Arabica into one’s mouth. It was not till the second third of the cigar did the harshness settle and the flavors came together in one strong peppery blend, all the while retaining its intensity. By the final third, this cigar started to show all the promise of the classic it was supposed to be. The bold oak presence suggests that this cigar is high in carotene as well, a sign of great aging potential. I suspect that 4 years of aging is way too insufficient for this cigar. This cigar was designed to age a decade or two. At a third the price of the “more premium than premium” Partagas, Cohiba and Trinidad, I stocked up on the last two boxes in the shop, gambling that the Cazadores would be one of my best investments should I be disciplined enough to allow them to sit for the next 10 to 15years, foil intact, in my cabinet. - Submitted by SWS on November 9, 2004

Review #9: A very good cigar that starts out with a kick and keeps on going from there. Very strong cigar that acts like a Monte 2 as the flavours seem to get more intense as you progress. A great burn and aroma and well made. Not your typical Romeo but recommended. Cheers, - Submitted by Bejamquinn on October 21, 2004

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