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Romeo y Julieta Exhibicion No. 4

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Hermoso No. 4Ring:48
Weight:10,86 gr.Score:8.1
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #66: My go to cigar for special occassions. I have noticed that the ex4's from a dress box is sweeter than those from a cab. Floral, fruity, somewhat spicey on newer boxes, love the construction on these, I prefer storing them in their own boxes, cedar seems to bring out the spice. Mouth waters when I think about them. - Submitted by exclusivo_al on November 3, 2008

Review #65: Lately, I substantially increased my cigar cunsumption. I used to smoke 1 a day for a about a year, but it proved to be insufficient as my liking of the divine stogie grew into a passionate love affair. The only things preventing me from puffing 25 a day is my modest wallet and the tiredness of my mouth tissues after 5 of 6 in a day. I rapidly discovered that Cubans are frankly unbeatable. This is not just due to hype, vain snobish pretense or, in the case of poor Americains, the attraction of the forbidden fruit: it's the plain truth. Cuba IS cigar tobbaco country, period. A Padron from Nicaragua/Honduras, a Honduran Punch or any Dominican blend can be decent smokes, but from my limited experience, I maintain that they are just bland and one-dimensional compared to the Crocodile Island's offerings. Depending on the time of day and/or a momentary whim, I can enjoy with equal intensity a mild and elegant smoke, like the Sancho Panza Bellicoso or almost any Hoyo de Monterey, or a powerhouse like the R&J Cazadores. I also discovered that pricey sticks are not always an indication of their satisfaction potential. Soon, I'll invest in a quality humidor in order to see if young yet fine smokes can be transformed over time to induce genuine epiphanies... I plan to do just that with the medium-to-strong flavored Exhibition 4. I smoked a dozen of 'em from different batches before I dared submit a review of this very well balanced cigar. As with most specimens from this brand, the spicyness, the floral and woody notes are all there, with none overpowering the others. The draw tends to be a little tight, and the thicknes of the smoke is not what it could be. Be that as it may, it is a fine smoke and I simply don't understand reviewer's 62 severe score. The custruction was almost perfect and I experienced absolutely no burning issues. It is a cigar that I will let sit for 3-5 years before putting fire to foot. in my opinion, it must be worth the wait. My accurate score, for now, is 7.5/10. - Submitted by Franz-Eric on October 21, 2008

Review #64: Just tasted this cigar today, Saturday 23 August 2008. Good draw, first third was very bland but the second and last third was good with full flavours; woody, a tinge of sweetness. Not spicy and bitter. Smoked it till the end. - Submitted by Choo on August 23, 2008

Review #63: JUN 04 I reviewed my jun04 box about 2yrs ago and wanted to give an update. At the time, it was an okay smoke that flavors needed to round out. Yesterday I smoked one and it was very, very good! The first 1/4 I picked up on cedar,spice,and cream with a solid medium body.Past the 1/4 mark the strength moved up to med-full with more focus on the spice. This continued until the half way mark where it settle down to medium, but was very rich. Again, very good cigar that I will buy another box of to age. solid 8.5 - Submitted by jeht2000 on May 17, 2008

Review #62: I didn't enjoy this cigar at all. I didn't even finish it. Just before lighting, I realized it was a thinner gauged robusto, 48 instead of 50, and a bit box pressed which I don't like...but I lit up anyway. The taste just wasn't there....hollow, mildly salty, soupy...just not happening at all....no thickness, no sharp sweet finish....nothing....I'd recommend the Romeo y Julieta Escudos over this for SURE.... - Submitted by hellion5 on April 18, 2008

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