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Romeo y Julieta Short Churchills

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Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Short ChurchillRing:50
Presentation: Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #36: I have always been looking for that Cuban chocolate flavour. Until the RyJ Short Churchill, it had eluded me. Finally I have experienced it in such a great package. Not only are there some sweet notes, but some nice balanced spice. A well presented cigar, this Short Churchill had no burn problems and was perfectly rolled. This cigar is a definite "must-have" for your humidor. It will impress you every time. - Submitted by cookj1 on April 22, 2007

Review #35: This cigar boasts a perfect construction and draw. It is a very nouvelle vague cuban, in that it is very good fresh and has a very appealing blend. The downside to this, for me, is a total lack of complexity. The taste is very good - quite on the mild side, it is fruity and leathery with a nice "fresh" twang. It doesn't mutate at all, the taste stays the same all the way through, which I find dull in a cigar of this size. Had it been a 20 minute smoke this would have been quite appropriate, but for a robusto, I need something more. Got bored of it halfway through. Go for the Hoyo Petit Robusto instead, tastes similar but it is shorter, stronger and much more interesting. - Submitted by Sortemand on April 19, 2007

Review #34: This cigar is very attractive: the wrapper is very fine, the body is firm and with a wonderful "colorado" hue. Although still very young, it has the personality of a true Romeo: woodsy, spicy and mild. Mayby a touch too mild for my taste, but some aging should set things right. I've found some astringent notes in the middle, probably due to its youth. - Submitted by sasha on April 9, 2007

Review #33: A very nice smoke that will get better with age. I purchased 3 of these cigars a few days ago and smoked one that night. A very smooth cigar that burned evenly. This is a good cigar with excelent flavours. Not as strong as I would have hoped, but I believe it will get better with age (Nov 2006 box). - Submitted by djchazz on April 8, 2007

Review #32: These are fabulous cigars. It just happens that I smoked one earlier today. The flavour is great, the draw superb and the burn excellent. I picked up a box on a recent trip to Havana and I recommend you all do the same. - Submitted by canadian bacon on April 2, 2007

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