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Romeo y Julieta Hermoso No. 1 LE 2003

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Hermoso No 1Ring:48
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #18: A bit of a disappointment. Quite a plain cigar which did not have an even draw. If you have a choice we definitely recommend the 2004 limited edition. - Submitted by andretracy on May 5, 2006

Review #17: A fine cigar. Very mild with light flavour. Even though I prefer mild, a bit more flavour would have been good. However this is a very good cigar for a good afternoon smoke. - Submitted by andretracy on January 31, 2006

Review #16: A good cigar, smoked it with a scotch. It was not as strong as I usually like my cigars but I enjoyed nevertheless. Good afternoon cigar. It had the typical romeo taste. Great construction, good draw, and good flavour. - Submitted by Pedro on November 2, 2005

Review #15: Not all EL\'s need to be matured before they are enjoyable, this one does however, can be quite bland, but get a good box and give them a year+ and they become nice balanced and creamy cigars with the usual dark maduro flavours and only a slight touch of that Cuban tangyness, very slight. Sweet, espresso, cocoa and roasted nuts. There are much better cigars out there however, especially for the price. - Submitted by A. Dyer on June 20, 2005

Review #14: Yes its not a miracle cigar; but how much cigar is \"miracle\". I think it generally live its EL status and not an averag. Dont forget cigars, espacially strong or EL cigars dull and unbalance in first years, with time they become complex, harmanious, well integrated and sensible; like 1er cru Bordeaux they evolve slowly... they deserve 8 now, but 2-3 years later they will a 9-9.5 Another point what does it mean \"Rookie cigar\". is there any qualification on cigars like this, aficionado cigar- rookie cigar... I smoke for 6-7 years sometimes i like smoother but complex cigars like this, other times fullforce cigars.i smoke several time epicure.2 or RyJ churcills for after dinner smoke; several times partagas sdno.4 or belicosos finos bolivar for midday smoke. the man who alwasy smoke same or (nearly same) cigar is not an aficionado, truly tasteless man... - Submitted by igor on June 19, 2005

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