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Romeo y Julieta Celestiales Finos

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

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Review #9: Smoked an "undated" one which I would consider 10+ years of age. Immediately fell in love with this vitola, a classy, old-fashionned size. A figurado with a round head but pointed foot - does not exist anymore, the Fonseca Invictos are long gone as well... I started it very carefully as to slowly burn of the tip, but it already greated me with a nice, medium-creamy smoke. Just about everything about this cigar was impeccable, perfect draw despite rock-hard construction, razor sharp burn, plus it burned very slowly. I took my time and had just smoked two inches within the first hour. It remains on the light and mild side, but shows its classic Romeo genes all the time, reminding of the Prince of Wales, Churchills and other classic, old-styled Romeos, dried herbs and bean flavours throughout. It was so very subtle I know it will not be appreciated by many smokers, and I just enjoyed it due to the relaxed time. It went well with a Lagavulin, but as most whiskies, it was not more than a "neutral" pairing. Magnificient experience, but the original price these commanded was already looking exaggerated... - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on June 15, 2008

Review #8: Great one, intense from the very first puff. The draw is so easy the cigar burns almost too fast, making the taste a little acid at times, so I suggest a very small opening cut. The main flavour is woody, deep, leathery, really old fashioned though not very refined. It's a strong impact cigar, but does not kill you with nicotine punch. In the second half the burning becomes a lot slower and the strenght increases. Curious. Maybe I picked a foul one, but the difference in burning speed is really abnormal, you can tell by the ashes too, much more compact now. The taste also becomes more complex and balanced. I should buy some more of this stick to understand it deeply, but my first impressions are very positive. - Submitted by sasha on April 27, 2007

Review #7: Realy a great taste. After starting it develops continuosly with floral and herbal spicyness and a soft sweetness to end in a real concerto of aromas and dark chocolat/honey sweetness. It burns good and even, did not knock me out because of nicotin. Came out of a box of 1998. Because the taste was so gooood ond extraordinary outstanding I like to keep them for special moments. They had a very long aftertaste. What a pitty that they were dicontinued. If you can get some, go for them, they have a unique taste ( to me ) - Submitted by bolibeli on January 23, 2007

Review #6: Not a bold cigar, but would do better with some extra aging. - Submitted by indyrob on October 29, 2005

Review #5: This was recommended to me by a bartender, and I was a lil skeptic at first but when I lit it i knew I was smoking a good fullboidied cigar - Submitted by mr_billcollecta on June 7, 2004

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