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Romeo y Julieta Petit Coronas

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:7.2
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #25: These are just bland. I hate to say it but this is one cigar I really get no satisfaction out of.And....I've smoked a lot of different Cuban Marevas. Perhaps if you're just starting to experiment with cigars they'd be O.K. but not for the Pros. - Submitted by jlcccm on May 7, 2006

Review #24: I am confused: Is this the same Mareva that is sold under the name Mille Fleurs? And is there a difference to the higher priced Tubos Romeos No 2, which are RJ Marevas as well? To Toto / Review # 19: Where on earth are they that cheap? - Submitted by kiste on May 5, 2006

Review #23: This one surprised me!Excellent construction with a beautifully done triple seam cap and a slight box press.Once lit,this thing was a powerhouse of peppery spice.Then after about an inch or so,the spice disappeared and it became somewhat one dimensional.The last 1/3 was dynamite again with the spice coming back in full force alone with a citrisy creaminess.Nice long lingering finish along with that wonerful aroma that only the Cuban RyJ's have.Too bad the middle wasn't as good as the beginning and end of this little gem.It's still worth a try though. - Submitted by afuentelover on April 28, 2006

Review #22: I have only just started smoking habanos and this was one of the first I tried. My girlfriend bought a pack of 5 for me duty free in Sydney as she travels frequently. Overall I found them extremely consistent and a solid smoking experience I believe these are one of the most popular cubans in the mareva format. I would like to try other's in a similar style (doesn't have to be exactly...maybe I require a slightly bigger draw?) however I think they would need to be popular as the only place I can buy them is through duty free shopping. Does anyone have any ideas? I have given this mareva an 8 due to a solid taste and a consistent draw throughout the whole 5 box. - Submitted by ben0 on March 27, 2006

Review #21: I have to totally agree with review #16. This cigar was odd in that it started great only to leave you flat. The cigar burst out in that typical cuban spice but loses that at about the 1/3rd mark. It becomes flavorless then almost harsh towards the end of the smoke. - Submitted by RaySmokes on March 15, 2006

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