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Romeo y Julieta Cedros de Luxe No. 2

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:9,29 gr.Score:6.7
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Romeo y Julieta Cedros de Luxe No. 2 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 #28: Looked well, so I gave a chance. The first and the last for this little one. No smoke, no puffs, no taste (dry mud), no N vitamine. Disappointed, that''s how I feel. - Submitted by Macskuzon on August 11, 2016

Review #27: ---   Ok, first up the honesty part - I only bought and sampled 1 stick of this (had it in my humidor for 1 month prior to smoking) so my experience isn't necessarily a reflection of the overall standard of these. The good: size is excellent for a quick-ish yet unrushed smoke (around 45 minutes or so). Construction is ok with some prominent veins showing. Draw for me was good, not too tight, not too loose, medium but on the looser end of the scale. The bad: Very uneven burn which needed to be corrected several times. The Taste: Initially very nutty, little bit woody with a touch of cedar. Medium bodied. Settled down a bit in the 2nd third to a bit more mellow flavour. Still nutty but creaminess coming through. Final 3rd was ok, went a bit spicier and earthier as expected but still underlying flavours of dark roast nuts came through although no longer as smooth. The verdict: Ok cigar for the price but really I smoked this cigar and a monte 4 one after another and the class and construction of the monte totally blew this one away. Considering monte 4s are way cheaper in Australia ($17-ish vs $22 ish per stick) I won't be buying anymore of these in a hurry. - Submitted by hsche6 on November 8, 2010

Review #26: ---   sigaro profumato e deciso, grande equilibrio per tutta la fumata, sentori di nocciola e cacao con finale tostato, abbinato ad una birra trappista dell'abbazia di duvel, matrimonio d'amore - Submitted by goethe66 on September 24, 2010

Review #25: ---   i bought one of these cigars as one of my 1st tubos afew years back, i was not discouraged by the good taste of the cigar. The cigar is on the thinner side and a pretty good length. It draws great and burns good. It is a classic cuban taste but for sure not the best cuban around - Submitted by mylesm on July 12, 2010

Review #24: NOV 08 I picked up one of these at a small local shop on an Indian reservation with the intentions of picking up a good corona with a brilliant flavor. I had always wanted to try a RyG and I thought the day would have been perfect for it. Honestly, I was a bit disappointed, but only by the conditions the shop left it in. Some jackass left the humidor open and the cigar had become too dry for my taste. Didn't cut good and the wrapper came undone (Luckily, I was able to get that under control). However, this did not keep me from enjoying the cigar. By far, the strongest cigar I've had. It had a good bold, robust flavor with a good strong spice and earthy tones. The draw was wonderful, considering the condition (I imagine a properly cared #2 would be perfect). A bit too fast burning that I would have preferred. Overall, a good cigar at a good price, $4 and 70 something a stick. I'd buy again, but only properly cared for. - Submitted by TheBebopster on May 10, 2010

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