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Romeo y Julieta Petit Princess

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:102
Format:PerlaRing:42
Weight:5,91 gr.Score:8.1
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #12: Well it indeed took 1 hr to smoke this little but intense cigar. A wonderful smoke in an authentic Romeo y Julieta territory: autumnal, earthy aromas and flavours all along, great draw. A very pleasant smoke. The only flaw is the construction, a knot here and there made necessary several adjustments with the lighter. Thumbs up! - Submitted by Alberto_Magnus on April 5, 2008


Review #11: Gee, how can you take one hour to smoke a cigar so tiny? But, besides that, it's great! - Submitted by hgzecchin on September 22, 2007


Review #10: Solid little cigar with no noticable vices or problems with construction. Floral and sweet throughout, but not the most flavourful profile, certainly not when compared to an MC # 5. Very mild and not overly spicy. Can be smoked right down to the nub as it never gets tarry or bitter. Goes nicely with a sweet tawny port or mojhito. Modest and understated, it is something different when a break is needed from the usual in yer face Cubans; maybe lacking in power, but that really is no critisism.... - Submitted by XBO on June 20, 2007


Review #9: Very good medium light cigar, perfect in the morning. It has the classic Romeo flavour, lightly floral and spicy and never bitter or harsh. Construction and draw are very good. - Submitted by sasha on April 25, 2007


Review #8: One of my first cigars when I started smoking 6 years ago and it still amazes me how good this cigar is. It's one of the most consistent, well made cigars over the years that hasn't lacked its quality unlike Montecristo #2... An hour smoke in those trendy hot summer nights with a nice drink... They're so good, I'm overwhelmed how low they can sell. And i've tried them all: bolivar, montecristos, cohiba, josť la piedra, partagas, rafael gonzalez... u name it! - Submitted by baho on July 13, 2006


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