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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 #26: Just got a box of these and smoked a couple over the weekend. If they get better with some time in the humidor it will be an even bigger pleasure! They were both very luxurious. Nice burn, great full flavor, all following a very nice appearance! - Submitted by Stone on February 20, 2007

Review #25: Just tried one for the first time and I think this is a very good cigar! Excelent draw although the burn was somewhat uneven. The smell apon opening the tube was excelent. After lighting this stick the aroma was perfect. The taste was full and consistent during the whole smoke, only becoming bitter about one and a half inches from the end and within two draws. I will certainly be smoking more of these great cigars - Submitted by nicedraw on February 20, 2007

Review #24: Just got me a new box of these (dated Nov 06) after tasting a couple several weeks ago. They look very nice, with a golden brown wrapper and a pleasant rich, sweet aroma. I'm very impressed with the consistent burn and ample of thick creamy smoke. Young, but complex flavors (more pronounced than the petit piramides) yet not overbearning. What I got out of them were some light leather, butter scotch and roasted nuts. The smoke had a velvety smooth feel throughout, much like their distant cousins the 2001 LE Robustos (which makes them a great replacement in terms of size format since I can no longer find the LE robustos anymore. Nice contrast to some of the other cubans in my box (which have far more pepper and spice). Can't wait to see how these taste 6 mths from now!! - Submitted by D.C. Park on February 18, 2007

Review #23: I recently tried this cigar and i've become addicted to it, specially in the afternoon in my office. What i like about this cigar, is that it doesn't heat up even and styas even during the entire experience - Submitted by hajjarm on February 5, 2007

Review #22: These will be classics in 5 or 10 years. Right now they're bold, young, and tannic. I think they will age very, very well. - Submitted by tigger on February 2, 2007

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