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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 #51: excellent smoke. More complex and satisfying than I expected. tasted nutty, and pear flavors in first half, and toasty woody flavors in the second half. Draw was a little hot but I wonder how this would be affected by a 3 hole punch rather than a straight cut. Could this be my "everyday" cigar? I will buy a box to find out. - Submitted by traded on August 4, 2007

Review #50: Hola. This cigar used to be my favourite Hermosos 4 vitola with Vegas Robaina Famosos. A couple of years ago, for strange reasons the price of Exhibition 4 was increased too much in Spain. However, once in a while I smoke Exhibition 4. Well aged it is a very good example of Romeo y Julieta brand: Multi dimensional smoke, full of tones, medium to strong but creamy and elegant. I would recommend to smoke this cigar at four or five years old, well kept in the humidor. - Submitted by olisiponense on June 4, 2007

Review #49: A very good cigar indeed. I love the format. ...typical RyJ band, good construction, smooth draw, great flavours, and great aromas. The first one I smoked from my box smoked light. The second one smoked a little heavier. Wonderful floral and herbal notes. ...some of the most I've tasted in a Cuban before. Great spice. Excellent aromas. Nice big plumes of smoke. This is already one of my favourite Cubans. - Submitted by cookj1 on June 3, 2007

Review #48: This was such a nice cigar. I wouldn't say this is a strong smoke. It smoked mild-medium for me. Although the flavours and aromas were complex, the cigar was extremely balance. There are many flavours here including fruit and flowery aromas. I didn't detect much spice, but certainly there is a very discreet spice flavour. Not quite like some cigars with the consumate Cuban twang. My Ex#4 burned well and the draw was nice and easy...just the way I like it. This is definitely a cigar to smoke to the nub. - Submitted by cookj1 on June 1, 2007

Review #47: review #45 can you share the year of the cab??? i also enjoy the ex. #4 but the one's i'm smoking are from 01 and Iím interested how the recent batch are smoking? thanks in advance, saka - Submitted by saka on May 3, 2007

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