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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 #56: My Cabinet from November 05. Even burn with an even draw, medium strength. Difficult to know if they would improve more with age. Would certainly buy another box. - Submitted by matty on November 5, 2007

Review #55: I am really down on the RyJ #4. It has a mild flavor profile that is a poor combination of wet paper and herbal flavors, and one that I surprisingly find construction issues with. For a size with so many other great options, I make an effort to avoid this cigar. - Submitted by fabio on November 1, 2007

Review #54: Dec 05 - great smoke straight out the box day they arrived in post from internet source. Excellent draw in the 4 I smoked yesterday, well made, tons of smoke and flavour - highly recommend these. - Submitted by ian on October 16, 2007

Review #53: Upon clipping the cigar, I noticed an ample divot, which has historically provided an excellent draw and on taking a pre-draw I was once again assured that the draw would be excellent! Torching the foot and taking the initial puff of the cigar, my comment was initially grassy, but that quickly subsided into a deep sweet fruity essence. The Fruitiness developed into a core flavor of the cigar and was wonderful. The Oak Barrel woodiness which upon turning into the 2nd third of the cigar was mixed with refined herbal notes and wonderful floral, vanilla, honey and cinnamon flavors. About the time the cigar turned into its final third, the essence of the sweet almost stewed fruitiness with nice rich leather and a discreet spice danced on my palate. This was an excellent cigar. I would say that it was medium in body and medium-full with flavor. I would rate the cigar a solid 4/6 as it is currently a very good cigar and I feel that it has excellent aging potential. - Submitted by Tampa1257 on September 1, 2007

Review #52: I am not a huge fan of Romeo y Julieta cigars, however, I found this to be a great Havana. Good body, even burn and well balanced. I would certainly buy another cabinet 50 box. - Submitted by matty on August 17, 2007

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