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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 #13: Great cigar,with very easy draw,gives mouth full of beautiful cedar notes.Underrated for sure,some lower quality cigars are much pricier than this honest Romeo.It is not THE cigar,but is honest,tasty,overall a very good experience. box is NOV 04 - Submitted by nikolaros on April 2, 2007

Review #12: Thses are simply great cigars. I purchased a box 2 years ago in Havana. I have smoked all but five of them and every one has been nothing short of delicious. The remaining five will be in my ageing room for a couple of more years before I enjoy them. - Submitted by canadian bacon on April 2, 2007

Review #11: On the downside, all in the particular box I purchased (June01) drew a bit tight on start-up and some didn't open up by the second third of the stick. Most did though. Even the ones that stayed tight were not plugged or unsmokable,mind you... just on the tight side. Other than that, the cigar looks absolutely lovely. It has a creamy cocoa, smooth wrapper, and a perfect cap. It burns nicely with a grey ash. Flavor profile is medium with slight spice giving way to cream and chocolate. It finishes up with leather and a touch of cinammon. VERY well balanced AND it gives off smoke that is almost like perfume. My wife actually LIKES the smell! An extremely interesting, obviously Cuban, medium bodied cigar that is easy to smoke for the newbie and complex enough to keep the veteran smoker interested. Dollar for dollar, it can't be beat. - Submitted by greg258 on January 31, 2007

Review #10: Firstly I'll admit to being new to cigars, but for my money this has been one of the best cigars I've bought. A thick pleasant smoke from start to finish, the whole cigar carrying the ceder scent right through. - Submitted by jrtbloke on April 1, 2006

Review #9: Last night I smoked one of these. My expectations weren't to high after reading some of the reviews here. Although the wrapper was a bit damaged, it didn't burn evenly and the draw was a bit tight, it wasn't a bad cigar. It smelled great, and the finish was excellent. All things considered, I'll give this a 7, not bad, but not perfect either. - Submitted by Patton on December 1, 2005

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