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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 #38: Box date Apr. 07. I tried this based on a suggestion from my local regular B&M. Wow! Within just a few minutes I got a hit of strong earthy flavors. The aroma was amazing. So much so that everyone around me wanted to try the cigar, even though some were not even cigar smokers! Very good at 1 year and I bet even better if left alone to properly age. If you like a strong, full-bodied cigar that has earthy flavors, then pick this one up. - Submitted by cigar are good on February 10, 2008

Review #37: This cigar has lots of flavor straight forward leather and strong young Cuban tobacco. The aroma is very good and rich not much more to say about flavor as this cigar is not meant to be complex and the flavor stays constantly raw and chewy the whole way trough. I do however run into draw problems about 2 of every 5 will be very tight. If you like raw chewy flavors of Straight up Cuban Earth this is your cigar. - Submitted by sticksmoker on February 1, 2008

Review #36: You need to open a box and put them all in your humidor and let them rest. I disliked this cigar at first because I grabbed one right out of the box - a little too sharp and awkward, if you get my drift. These days, I smoke one every 4 to 6 months and every time I have a new experience. I am rating it high not because you need to smoke it now, but because you need to invest some time and make it really worthwhile. Also, they are really fun to smoke - a very rustic. honest, in-you-r-face, old-school Cuban cigar. - Submitted by dcainedwr on February 1, 2008

Review #35: Hola. After 3-4 years of aging, I find RyJ Cazadores a very nice cigar with it own personallity: Flavourfull with good draw. This is a rustic cigar, rough tact with noticeable veins, can't compare it presence with other cigars. However it is also a Premium handmade longfiller cigar, with a good blend of tobaccos, strong but very classic. There's not a big creaminess and delicate multi-dimensional smoke here, this is a traditional outdoors designed cigar, full flavour with good strength. I understand RyJ Cazadores is not for everyone, it is not recommended for novices or mild cigar aficionados. Nice for an outdoors walk or after a good meal with a drop of Armagnac. - Submitted by olisiponense on October 18, 2007

Review #34: Good cigar, but...was expecting a little more based on the reviews here. Not as strong as I expected. Recent editions of Bolivar's Corona Extra are stronger in my opinion. But the taste was good and the burn was good. Above average in my opinion, but where I buy my smokes it is priced about 25% higher than a couple of my favorite finger burners(SLR Regio, RafaelGonzalez Lonsdale, Bolivar RC and Corona Extra, Por Larranga Lonsdale to name a few) That's stiff compettion! I would like to try a different vintage from this one or from a different supplier. Will try again. It does have a nice little old school taste to it. - Submitted by Jimbo on August 20, 2007

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