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Romeo y Julieta Mille Fleurs

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Format:Petit CoronasRing:42
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.3
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (With cellophane) Boxes of 10 and 25; (Without cellophane) Boxes of 10 and 25.

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Review #42: MAY 12 I coud nota resiste and I bought a box of ten mille fleurs, from May 2012. It was an outstanding experience, beautifull construction, lots of taste, good burn, about one hour of pure plesure. I am a confessed fan of coronitas en cedro, but for my surprise, i think this one is even better.From know on this will be my trusted cuban cigar.A thousand flours.... That is so right. - Submitted by joaozinho30 on September 6, 2013

Review #41: Disgusting!Tasted harsh and herbal despite the promising appearance and smell at cold.I have had bad cigars in the past however this was the first one I could not finish(stoped smoking after the first cm). Even the price of 6 USD per piece for this cigar is just too much. Worst cigar I have had so far. - Submitted by promajk on August 20, 2011

Review #40: ---   Good smoke for the money. 62cuc for 25. Hand made, and perfect for a nice quick smoke. Mild and floral with some cedar. Some were green. I didn't mind. You shouldn't either. Age for a few months. - Submitted by rasta on February 2, 2011

Review #39: ---   This is the third of four sticks I picked up months back. The first two examples were smoked quite soon after purchasing and were not enjoyable and I resigned to write it off as rubbish. Today I decided to give it another shot at redemption and was pleasantly surprised. Rather toothy wrapper and lumpy fill was the initial impression. First few puffs were greeted with a burst of strong spice, interesting. Flavours were of bean, tobacco, freshly cut grass and cedar. Smoke was light-medium in body but very aromatic. The initial strong spice dies down but lingers on the palate. Some woody sweetness is detected. Come the second third, the flavours and spice slowly intensify with a more toasty note. Some earthiness is detected as well as cocoa nuances. On the nose, very floral and citrussy. The burn starts to canoe out a little. With the final third the flavours take on a more black tea-like and dryish character. Imagine soaking tea leaves in a teapot longer than required. Earthy and toasty flavours dominated the remainder of the stick along with lingering spice. The uneven burn corrected itself. Overall a quite complex and balanced stick to be appreciated with both the tongue and the nose with a long lingering finish of cedar. Buyer beware however that the quality is inconsistent between boxes and within the very same box. This one was handmade from a more recent batch, possibly 2008/2009. My suggestion is to pick the ones that appear to be firmly filled with the slightest give to touch. The loosely filled ones I had initially burnt too fast and the smoke became acrid. Points for a brilliant come back, deductions for an uneven burn and apparent inconsistent quality. The Romeo No. 2 is probably a better bet but this is a refreshing alternative if a more aperitif style is desired. Will try again the remaining stick for comparison. - Submitted by sengjc on September 7, 2010

Review #38: OCT 08 Lovely light to medium body cigar. It offers a bit of pepper, a bit of coffee and some woody notes. Rich and creamy smoke. Sometimes the draw is a bit too tight. I absolutely love these cigars. - Submitted by yellowgrip on July 13, 2010

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