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Romeo y Julieta Prince of Wales

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Julieta No. 2Ring:47
Weight:15,07 gr.Score:8.2
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #16: This was an excellent cigar. It was mild-medium with excellent balance. The kind of balance that only a well aged cigar would have. I enjoyed this for well over an hour. I found this very smooth. Excellent burn and construction. Excellent draw. Great aroma and flavours. It seems that there are still a few out there judging by the recent reviews. I would definitely purchase this cigar again. Interesting name for a Cuban cigar. - Submitted by cookj1 on June 24, 2008

Review #15: Hey cjarman, the H&F summer cigar party must have been a great occasion to get these. However, I got mine in the shop of a major German vendor who still had them in their aged selection until last year. - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on June 20, 2008

Review #14: --- 98 I wonder if Hercule Poirot got his 1998 from the same place as me, the Hunters and Frankau Summer Cigar party where this was one of the 3 free cigars we received last week. I saved mine until a few days ago and lit it up in my office. I was surprised how rustic and woody it was, I was expecting more smoothness like the R y J Short Churchills I have been usually having in the evening recently. Anyway, a good smoke but not a great one in my opinion. I was expecting something more for the "10 years" of maturity. - Submitted by cjarman on June 19, 2008

Review #13: A very good, classic Churchill indeed. The last ones have been '98s, and smoked just perfect. "Old-style" Romeo dried herbs and roasty characters, dry (opposed to the sweetness of the stronger Churchill) and medium creamy, with remaining potential without doubt. Another classic cigar, what a shame it's gone. - Submitted by Hercule Poirot on June 18, 2008

Review #12: What a mistake R&J made discontinuing this cigar.With all the cigars they make why this one?I was luckey to get 10 from a friend in Canada in the mid 90's and I can still remember the sight of those beautiful tan wrappers.Yes this cigar was lighter than the Churchill but just as complex with more fruity flavors.It's the oldest cigar I have in my collection and sadly I only have one left but it's been a real pleasure to watch and enjoy a great cigar as it ages.Now it's a dark greenish gray and has that stilton cheese smell that comes with age.Perfect draw and rolled tight as a brick,the last one I smoked I wanted to chew on the end it was that great,and I don't chew on cigars.I wish I'd known about this cigar before and I started smoking in 1969.I guess that's what happens when you can't walk into the cigar store I have to pick up the phone.All of you that have this cigar in your collection know how luckey you are! - Submitted by Richard Rose on May 19, 2008

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