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Romeo y Julieta Romeo No 1

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Presentation: Semi Plain Box: (In aluminium tubes) boxes of 5 and boxes of 25.

Average user rating

Review #37: Quality looked good out the tube with soft aroma. Smoke was really disappointing, very woody and herby that just stuck through the smoke. Had a terrible pull and smoke became harsh towards the end. Not recommended. - Submitted by smokeyguy on August 13, 2011

Review #36: Romeo no. 1 is my most recent experience,upon removing it from the tube, it smelled of earth and spices. it lit very easy, and burned evenly throughout which was quite impressive, but that was more or less where my pleasant suprises ended. the flavour was not bad, but nothing special to speak of, and produced moderate smoke, but with a 15$ price tag, i was expecting more of these 2 aspects. 6/10 because presentation and first impressions were very nice, but it falters as the experience progressed. - Submitted by ibanezRG on July 14, 2011

Review #35: One I bought yeasterday had very bad draw, uneven burn at the begining. Taste wasnt bad, but nothing special. I would rather buy 3 JLP conzervas for that price next time. - Submitted by varvl on August 20, 2010

Review #34: ---   I bought a single no.1 and lit up on the same Sunday afternoon. The cigar was poorly constructed and to be fair it appeared it had been previously stored at a rather high humidity, so whether the roll quality was originally that bad is hard to know. The cigar lit easily with no major problems, but tasted too leathery for my liking, notes of spice and wood were also present but more subtle. As the cigar progressed it burnt rather unevenly and required touch ups with a lighter to save it, about 2/3 of the way through it was quite harsh and I put the cigar down. The cigar started ok but got worse as it went on. Possibly poor storage conditions had some effect on this cigar- so I'm rating it higher than I would otherwise, benefit of the doubt. - Submitted by Acr7 on August 1, 2010

Review #33: JAN 08 it's not a bad cigar, but you can better spend your money to a Punch royal selection. if you keep it in good conditions you will like it, to dry, you hate it. - Submitted by itsme on June 23, 2010

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