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Romeo y Julieta Romeos No. 3 de Luxe

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:6,72 gr.Score:6.9
Presentation: 3 Layers of cedar-lined aluminium tubes in a box o

Romeo y Julieta Romeos No. 3 de Luxe Review:

This cigar is characteristic for its consistency, great aftertaste and strong tobacco taste (which is nothing if it is compared to a Cazador for instance). Perfectly balanced black coffee and chocolate taste and a minimum ageing recommended of at least three years.

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Review #32: JUN 08 I think that this a good cigar having purchased more than 2 boxes of 25. It is not the best cigar I have smoked but it will do - Submitted by Maltaman on June 11, 2011

Review #31: Hi All! This is my first review on this site. I am relatively new to cigar smoking. Since the beginning I have focused on smoking Romeo Y Julieta. I purchase these either from the local tabacconist or via the internet. I try to make sure that the cigars are well stored and not dried out. At home I have a small humidor for twelve churchills, which I keep at 72% humidity. I particularily like all of the RyJ which come packed in the aluminum tubes with the spanish cedar lining. The cigars come out with such a nice aroma. The Nr.3's are a nice little cigar with a full flavor of the Nr.2's but better for a quick smoke, about 30-45 minutes. The last few I have smoked have had a very even burn and a woody, sweet aromatic taste, just like all of the RyJ tubos. I still have not had any in the humidor for any amount of time, but these seem to have smoked well being new. - Submitted by MilesVienna on February 16, 2009

Review #30: Definate vanilla from the start then really nice spice halfway through increasing in intensity - damn fine company. Can't agree with review 24, Piedra machine mades not in the same league. Hand rolled the only way to go. - Submitted by the hanwell cigar dude on April 9, 2007

Review #29: There are consistency issues with the no.3...from really loose to very tight...overall a average cuban cigar..a good daily smoke before work in the morning. no complex changing flavour...just the good old cuban tobacco taste.... forgot to mention that I agree with the Webmaster that it's got a great aftertaste - Submitted by expresso on March 7, 2007

Review #28: I forgot to say that i dont like tubos cigars,i think that all of them have the same blunt,boring tuboish flavour,but i found the ryj n.3 much more better than all the other tubos i have tried. - Submitted by nikolaros on March 6, 2007

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