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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

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Review #18: Had a nicely balanced body, leathery cedar taste. The construction was excellent, nicely finished off, the burn and draw was perfect. I just felt the cigar lacked kick altogether. Not a cigar to be rememberd, but a light, quality, cigar to be enjoyed on a spring morning. - Submitted by antonius on November 6, 2008

Review #17: I bought a few boxes of these from '06. At first I was disappointed with the flavor profile. It seemed to be harsh and unforgiving. I let them sit for 9 months and tried them again with the same results. I realized these cigars smoke much better if they are a bit dry. Everything was right at 55% rh. Highly recommended; a consistent performer. - Submitted by Puffer on May 3, 2008

Review #16: The 05 batch I currently have is just plain horrible. Out of the 17 that I smoked only 3 were properly rolled. Kept them for 10 months without any signs of opening up. I would probably get more smoke coming out by sucking a burning broomstick. It's just a waste of humidor space...a perfect cigar to give away to your enemies. - Submitted by shaikhy on November 12, 2007

Review #15: I bought a box of these cigars after reading good reviews. I am quite disappointed: cigars are very tight, I have to suck (!) really hard to get any smoke out of the stick. No buffing with these cigars; it is hard work to smoke... Wrapper quality is not good, some individuals unwraps spontaniously. Taste, when I finally find one that was burning relatively easy, is pleasant and smooth, but not really anything special even compared to Dominicans. This was the first and last box of "Cedros de Luxe No. 2". Very poor quality, at high price... (I bought the box in Schiphol (Amsterdam) airport, so these are real ones) - Submitted by jouni on June 3, 2007

Review #14: A true delight! Mild, creamy nut and cocoa bean flavors. Soft subtle smooth hints of spice and cedar throughout. I enjoyed this smoke. Had a great draw. I will buy a box. - Submitted by halithug on April 21, 2007

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