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Romeo y Julieta Cedros de Luxe No. 1

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:10,8 gr.Score:7.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Romeo y Julieta Cedros de Luxe No. 1 Review:

Cedros de Luxe series are very underrated cigars, as they have to be properly aged before smoked. Some veteran smokers say that these ones can be real gems in a few years if they are well aged. Numbers 1, 2 and 3 taste quite similar, being its main characteristics some leather and white pepper notes and a good draw and combustion.

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Review #25: NOV 12 Just finished one of these from a box I got from Cuba. Nice 50 minute smoke. Good flavour with a hint of spiciness and smooth taste. Burned well right up to final inch then canoed slightly. Good cigar and enjoyable. Ash is firm and smoke is abundant. - Submitted by jdelrizzo on February 16, 2013

Review #24: SEP 05 Beginning scent is lovely sweet. Starts a bit tight and the draw is tight. Faint taste of cedar. Middle develops a hint of sugar and the cigar opens up with lots of smoke. The end is stronger to taste: malt, chocolate, cedar. All in all for a cigar about seven years old I expected the stick to be tastier, yet it seems the tobacco has developed smoothly. - Submitted by Marcel Z on July 12, 2012

Review #23: Ta hi pexi to sistima. Plio-fantasma egine. Den perni pia review pou na ehi esto ke ligous haraktires elinika. Ke den goustaro na grapso English katholou. Prospatho na anevaso review gia ena romeo cedros de luxe #1 vintage 60’s edo ke 2-3 mines, alla….As ine, den pirazi, pai ki afto. Pame gi alla. Pedes, mehri neoteras, gia sas, kai kali Anastasi! - Submitted by cipu on May 26, 2011

Review #22: APR 04 an awesome flavor and aroma but rolled way too tight for a very hard draw. massaging the cigar gently improves the draw. Nice rich cedar and spice taste and aroma. - Submitted by neuticles on October 14, 2010

Review #21: --- 02 Tried a single stick from the 02 after painstakingly bringing it back to life in my humidor. It was quite dry when I purchased it on a whim a number of months back, one of the few remaining of the box. The absence of any prelit aroma did not bode well but I proceeded undeterred. The first half was quite sweet. Caramel notes with sweet fruit balancing well with the spice, almost like smoking a Cameroon wrapper. Flavours intermingle with chocolate and blackpepper. Quite complex and medium-light in body. As the stick progresses, the flavour profile become drier and savoury. Now there is toast, leather and some saltiness reminiscent of a Sancho Panza. The sweet cedar now becomes mellow woodiness. Some intermittent herbal notes and mint, occasional meaty nuaces. Spice levels die down but the smoke becomes increasingly richer, more fuller bodied. Long aftertaste of wood and toasted tobacco. Burns evenly yielding dense white ash. Towards the final quarter, the spice increases. A constantly evolving stick with much complexity. Not a typical RyJ but thorouhgly enjoyable. An experience more so than just a casual smoke. I find it odd that people rate it so lowly. - Submitted by sengjc on October 8, 2010

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