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Romeo y Julieta Romeo No 2

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Machine Made
Format:Petit CoronasRing:42
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:6.5
Presentation: Semi Plain box: (In aluminium tubes) boxes of 25. Cardboard Pack: Boxes of 5 in boxes of 25. Special Packaging: "Cajon" of 100.

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Review #8: Yes i totally agree, the bigger ring gauges do help subside the heat. I just bought a Hermosos No. 2 recommeded by my friends, it was the last piece i got, waiting now for a occasion to try it out. Will post further. - Submitted by snowdawgz on December 22, 2006

Review #7: In reply to snowdawgz; I am assuming that if you have access to RJs you should be able to sample some of their other lines; the Coronas and Exhi #4s are some of my faves from this house (see my reviews of the Exhibition 4s, reviews 18 & 24). You should also find Upmanns a nice 'easy' smoke if you can get them. A common mistake I made early with cigars was staying in the smaller ring gauges and ending up with "hotter" smoke; as soon as i leapt up to robusto gauges i found that the flavour was still there but the smoke was much cooler and less "spicy" - i think you found the same thing with the Party 2; traditionally a more full-flavoured brand but a nice thick gauge with some length to really cool the smoke down but still give a satisfying cigar. If you can find 'em, Diamond Crown #5s are filling my 'dor at the moment; expensive but worth it. In the end, don't give up on the Romeo's; there is an RJ for every occasion! - Submitted by Uncle on December 21, 2006

Review #6: Thanx Uncle, i have tried the davidoff mille line it is smooth and light, but perphaps the RyJ no. 2 was a little to strong for me. Right now i have just tried the Partagas Series P No. 2 and i find them quite wonderful. However in my country we can't get El Rey or Quai d'Orsay line of cigars. Thanx for the advice if you have other recommendations i am hopeful you will post some more. Thank You. - Submitted by snowdawgz on December 21, 2006

Review #5: In response to Review #4: Romeo 2s are the most common "first" or "entry" smoke for newbies due to their budget price for a Cuban and easy availability; they are medium in strength and quite even in spice, flavour and therefore approachable for the vast majority of smokers. If you are after something a little "milder", have a look at the smaller gauges in the El Rey line or the Quai d'Orsay. Personally, I find Romeo my favourite "house" in terms of cigars but, like all things, you do get some bad ones from time to time. These No 2s differ from the deluxe in being machine made, not hand made and therefore the quality of the leaf used may be inferior. If you try some more Cubans and find the "twang" a little strong, do not be afraid to hit some of the Dominican lines (Davidoff Mille series are a lovely mild and easy smoke - see my review on this site for same) before stepping back up to Cubanos. Cigars are very personal, and like art, in the eye/pallette of the beholder. Try some different ones and make up your own mind. - Submitted by Uncle on December 19, 2006

Review #4: Hi i am a relatively new person to the world of cigars and the RyJ was my first cigar given by a friend. I found them a tad bit strong and overly spicey. Perphaps its a cigar to advanced for a amatuear smoker like me. Can anyone give any advice or suggestions to which type of cigar i should try to start out? - Submitted by snowdawgz on December 19, 2006

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