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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

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Review #27: Very nice aroma when you open the tube, starts a little bit harsh,but after the first puffs calms down to give a very beautiful,balanced,exotic flavour,full of cedar and chocolate. I found the finish just the way i like it,dry and spicy.Also the size is ideal for me,when i want to smoke an afterlunch cigar or during the afternoon.Great aftertaste also. This cigar is not something so special,but just a very good smoke for me. - Submitted by nikolaros on March 6, 2007

Review #26: I have smoked only one of these, so i cannot say 100% sure how good they are. But to tell somethink about this Franciscano: it was allmost totally blocked, the combustion didnīt go very well either. Indirect combuston and ongoing decaing made me allmost mad. The taste of the cigar was boring and allmost unpleasant. Cold arome and price were the only things in this cigar wich give to smoker some "experiences". - Submitted by TonyMontana on June 28, 2006

Review #25: Again, it all depends how well they're preserved. I was amazed by its richness and its flavour. A must have for the summer after dinners. - Submitted by baho on May 24, 2006

Review #24: I had a box of these over the past month. they were all very consistent particularly in their hard draw and smooth but weak aroma. I'd agree with altazar that they are a good every day smoke. However, I still think that their price is a bit high for every day smokes. I would recommend it to people inexperienced Cuban smokers. For every days I'd also recommend the cheap, machine made Jose L. Piedra line. - Submitted by caglargonculer on May 22, 2006

Review #23: There where sevral lighter tones to this cigar. Found it alittle small. Leaves a great after taste. Nice triple layer cerdar lining. Can'y wait to try the Cazador - Submitted by Lord Allenbrooke III on April 28, 2006

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