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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 #16: Specimen sampled from a May 2004 box. In spite of its extreme youth, it was exceptionally smooth and light-bodied, with the red-wine taste typical of the EMS wrapper shade. Also remarkable in light of its young age was that it wasn't very green-tasting or ammoniac. The draw was very easy- almost _too_ easy, and the cigar gave the impression of being just short of underfilled. The cigar burned unevenly at a few points, tunneled, and almost went out; in fairness, though, the specimen had been taken from the box immediately following a few days of transport without allowing it to stabilize in the humidor first. Overall, I expect a superior mild stick will emerge with some age. - Submitted by Kopeck Freiherr Von Balk on October 30, 2004

Review #15: Bought a box in 2001 and kept the cigars in my humidors care. All I can say about it is that it was worth the waiting. Soft and gentle in the beginning ,as it moves on releases the flower and fruit aroma with a hint of wet wood after its first trird. During the last third it gets stronger and more complex to leave you satisfied with a solidly made ,smoke after a summer meal. - Submitted by Shiengas P. on October 29, 2004

Review #14: Two were sampled with positive results. A nice mild cigar with a return of the characteristic R & J flavors. One sample was spicy / fruity whereas the other had more body and leather. Great afternoon cigar. I bought a box, upon sampling it was found young and needs about a year of aging. - Submitted by Stacks Overflow on October 28, 2004

Review #13: The first smoke from the burning end is very familiar; it's a long time since I had an R&J. The flavour is cedary, simple but nice. It is mild in strength, you don't need a big meal beforehand. As the cigar shortens the flavours become a bit more complex. Anise, dark oak even, and unfortunately ashy in the aftertaste. This is an unfortunate quality of such light cigars. Overall, though, not a bad smoke. - Submitted by peanutaxis on October 12, 2004

Review #12: I had one from a 2003 box. Yes, it's cedary all long, never harsh or bitter,leave a good after taste, it's a good choice. Worth trying. - Submitted by Simon on September 28, 2004

This cigar spans 22 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 [20] 21 22

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