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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 #27: After 2 weeks in my humidor, I tried again. It seems everything has change. In my recent Review #24,my experienced with this cigar was bad. I'm happy everything just change now. I really saw and felt the changes. After in my humidor, I can see the oil lift up to the wrapper and it eventually tasted better than before.The burn also has improved. I'm gonna try RnJ No.2 soon and compare it.And because of the changes,the score also has change. - Submitted by jimmy81 on September 17, 2008

Review #26: I have August 07 Box. Ofter one month rest in humidor I tasted five of them. First one third is smooth and tasty. However, the draw is simply disaster. I recommend Romeo number 2 instead. The taste almost same, easier to smoke. - Submitted by cgabay on September 17, 2008

Review #25: This cigar has no taste and no aroma at all.It's like you sucking thin air .I would choose a tasteful JLP over this every time . Well at least you can use the tubos for your other better cigars . - Submitted by domen on September 2, 2008

Review #24: Not good, Taste so so, Wrapping not neat, Always have to relight ! .. sick of this Cigar. Easily burst. - Submitted by jimmy81 on August 29, 2008

Review #23: AUG 06 I think I understand why this cigar is so much maligned. Firstly I purchase only the Hecho a Mano Totalamente in the new white tubes. The big problem is that they are over humidified en tubo. I demonstrated this by taking 10 from a recent purchase and putting them in my travel humidor. The digital hygrometer shot up from 70 to 74%. After a couple of weeks they firmed up to the touch and the harshness was competely gone. As to being a hard draw and plugged, the cap is quite long for a short cigar and the only time I have had a "plug" was when I used a plug cutter. Take a generous bite with a double blade guillotine cutter and the draw is smooth, the burn is even and the flavors just burt through in second half. Tubes are for travel, not substitutes for good and proper cigar care. - Submitted by Syokoy on August 17, 2008

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