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Romeo y Julieta Celestiales Finos

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:9,34 gr.Score:8.9
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Romeo y Julieta Celestiales Finos Review:

I wouldn't recommend this cigar. It is easily forgotten, one of the worst cigars in the Romeo y Julieta range. I don't really know why they made this one, it's unquestionably a Habano but lacks personality.

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Review #14: NOV 97 A classic Romeo y Julieta perfecto from 1997, with beautiful colorado wrapper. Perfectly balanced, medium bodied, loaded with toasted tobacco flavors, sweet and delectable. Highly recommended. - Submitted by BonVivant on June 26, 2013

Review #13: ---   I am sorry these are no longer available. I have smoked three boxes of these and found out they delighted me most when young. Beautifully harsh with a wonderful rustic flavor. Very special! - Submitted by eightvb on February 28, 2010

Review #12: Perfect capa.It burns very good. Very beautiful to see. There is some old aroma in this good cigar. A very long aftertaste. I have enjoy it with a Springbank 15 yo black label a very great marriage. - Submitted by piramide69 on November 13, 2008

Review #11: Box Date: 1976: Opened up a box of 25 that had been well-aged. A beautiful cigar that produced billows of cool smoke, with a classic, old school havana taste with spicey notes combined with toasted nut undertones. Overall a good cigar that produces a brilliant grey ash. I will be sure to savour these... - Submitted by tobesman on October 19, 2008

Review #10: --- 98 Smoked some perfectly stored '98s recently, which were even better than my previously reviewed one. Medium-strong, pronounced dried herb spiciness, classic old-school RyJ flavours, taking a turn to a definite hazelnut character. Very nice, refined afternoon smoke. Great! - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on October 1, 2008

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