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Romeo y Julieta Romeo No 1

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Gauge:MediumLength:140
Format:CremasRing:40
Score:4.4
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (In aluminium tubes) boxes of 5 and boxes of 25.


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Review #42: Picked 3 of these up really cheap in Schipol Airport, thought I was getting a bargain...even at 15 for 3 I still ended up feeling short changed - average smoke, which for a thin cigar became surprisingly harsh towards the end - Submitted by LeeBooth on July 18, 2013


Review #41: I am a novice at Cigars. I have tried a few different types. My last Cigar was a Montecristo No.5 and compared to that deliciousness this Cigar is a disappointment. It is difficult to keep alight and hard to get smoke out of it without puffing away madly. It extinguishes easily and the smoke is bitter and acrid and frankly just tastes of burned wood. Notch this one up to experience and move on. - Submitted by shoti66 on February 24, 2013


Review #40: I`m sorry. MY last review was ment to be in Romeo no.1 de luxe this is hand made - Submitted by haikara on August 7, 2012


Review #39: Romeo no.1 is great horror story! Some times it`s very nice mellow light cigar, and more often badly made, golor changes,soft or tight and taste is nothing to talk about.I think that every box you get is cambling. - Submitted by haikara on August 7, 2012


Review #38: Its a decent cigar, bought 2 of them a few days ago and smoked them with my mate, the one i had was better than my mates, had to re-light his at least 4 times, the flavours were smooth for me, mainly because i was drinking coffee but it is a decent to average cigar at best - Submitted by fuzzybear92 on July 6, 2012


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