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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 #12: I find that the full line of Romeo Y Julieta tubos cigars have alot to offer. This one will impress at first strike and mellow out 1/3 in. I find this one to be a good smoke after the first birdie on the golf course. - Submitted by Fan1820 on October 29, 2004

Review #11: Smoked one of these while at Montego Bay airport waiting for my connecting flight, I found it to be average. It started out mostly spicy and a little harsh. The middle evened out somewhat but it was lacking the smoothness and creaminess that I am used to from other Cuban smokes. The finish was too tarry and I kinda had to force myself to finish it. Not worth the ten bucks I spent on it. I hoping that the No. 2 I have will be better. H.Upmman Especiales are a much better smoke for the buck. - Submitted by Jay D. on October 25, 2004

Review #10: For me this is my favourite cigar, I take one when I walk my dogs, I am more excited than they are(not really they are 5 stone Dobbies that can jump). the cigars starts off mild, burns slow and even with a nice draw.It devlopes in to a strong black coffee and chocolate taste.I finish the walk chilled, the Dogs, still bouncing. I can gladly can not teach them to smoke my Cubans, as it would be very expensive. joking aside a nice tasting, well put together little Cuban. Writing this makes me want one! - Submitted by Barry, Somerset on October 20, 2004

Review #9: My sticks had rough, dark wrappers and slightly spongy construction. Starts off rather full-bodied, but mellows considerably along the way. Typical R+J cedary and sweet aroma, with a leathery taste. Finish is very short and dry, like charred cedar; harsh and not very pleasant. Perhaps the light body and short finish will appeal to some, but there are other better Franciscanos out there (ERDM, Punch etc). - Submitted by The Privateer on August 30, 2004

Review #8: This cigar will always be special to me as it was the first box I ever purchased. A splendid aroma and flavor, a good cigar to smoke when short on time - Submitted by Richard United States on August 17, 2004

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