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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

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Review #6: I cant belive you did not like them cristobal. This like all of the Romeo y Julieta family are very consistant cigars. This particular one is a perfect example of how a ture julieta cigar should be, not to strong so that by the midle your palate is numb, not so mild that by the end you feel like you could lite another one up. Just perfect. - Submitted by jacobopj on May 23, 2005

Review #5: cristobal... sounds like you got burnt with fakes. This is a VERY consistent cigar. - Submitted by asdf on February 14, 2005

Review #4: Easily overlooked (by "experts") and dismissed as a mild cigar for neophytes. These are actually a flavourful, balanced, smooth smoke that doesn't ruin your palate if you wish to smoke stronger cigars later on the same day. - Submitted by montag451 on November 5, 2004

Review #3: Sorry about your experience cristobal! Mine, from 01, have been nothing short of superb. Nowhere near as powerful as the Chuchill, but still extremely refined, with layer upon layer of subtle but complex flavors. Still have most of the box, and I will treasure these for years to come! To borrow from the Cadbury easter egg slogan, "when they're gone, they're gone." - Submitted by wgp1 on October 11, 2004

Review #2: I got a box of these and was disappointed. Several of them just burned badly, with a harsh ashen flavor. Even worse were the ones that had such a tight draw that I couldn't even keep them lit. A major disappointment. - Submitted by cristobal on September 10, 2004

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