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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 #21: I\'ve liked these cigars for quite awhile now, but I just got a cabinet of 50 from 2001, and now I\'m in love. Moderately priced, terrific construction, draw and burn. A great, spicy smoke from start to finish...mouthfuls of rich smoke, and after smoking ten out of the 50, I can say that finding a cabinet is the way to go with these, if you can...for right around $8.00 a stick, a lot of cigar for the money - Submitted by dlctwice on May 2, 2005

Review #20: Not too strong, usually well balanced honey and caramel notes, this piece is perfect for beginners or afternoon breaks. - Submitted by dee_m on April 22, 2005

Review #19: This has to be the best cigar RYJ has to offer. Silky smooth wrapper consistent burn, excellent draw, stick after stick. Prelit, it gives a herbal woody toasted caramel aroma. Once lit , the aroma becomes more woody and leathery and cedary while the sweetness of the toasted caramel blends in. While it may not be a very complex cigar in taste, it is most fulfilling and throws no surprises. Ash is greyish white and easily holds to 2 inches. This is what i term an ADO cigar where the ash drops only once. I rate it a 10 and wish they had made it a tad longer like a robusto extra. - Submitted by Duncan Ong on February 28, 2005

Review #18: Would spot this as an R&J in a blind tasting just from the draw. Had my first Saturday night after a huge dinner and was impressed at first with the soft, almost understated mouthfeel and aroma. Had to relight a third in and experienced some uneven burn along the side that had obviously been in contact with the floor of a very moist humidor (we were at a local club!). The middle third was the most enjoyable smoke I have had since a Cohiba Siglo 4 at xmas - growing in complexity and heat until I gave up with a couple of inches to go when she went out for a second time. Would have scored this higher if not for the relights. Recommend! - Submitted by Uncle on February 21, 2005

Review #17: Smoked another of these tonight. Even before you take your first puff, you know it's and R&J; That distictive, aromatic odour. It has wooded flavours, but has a smooth cultured/fermented aspect. The smoke overpowers the flavour in the last third, give up while your still ahead. A medium cigar, and very good. My favourite R&J. - Submitted by peanutaxis on December 18, 2004

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