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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 #21: I've finally tasted these much coveted cigars. Much to my surprise (I'm not a big fan of the RyJ Churchills), these Short Churchills seemed to me one of the most pleasant smoking experiences I've had in the last 6 months. Excellent balance, despite the insufficient aging (packed in Sep 06). Excellent burn, good draw (a little tight, but what would I expect from such young cigars?), good construction. The taste is similar to the RyJ Churchills, maybe a bit stronger: it explains why I enjoyed them more. A tremendously reliable alternative to the bigger RyJ, especially when you don't afford a 2 hours break... - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on January 17, 2007

Review #20: This cigar is an instant classic! A great medium bodied smoke that is just the right size. This cigar gives some validity back to the R&J brand. - Submitted by seand on January 15, 2007

Review #19: Little disappointed. I think can live well withouth. - Submitted by spawn on January 6, 2007

Review #18: Just a note to reviewer 17. The problem with the vegitable gum from the band damaging the wrappers is very common for young cigars. With age the bands become loose. Otherwise what I suggest is don't try and remove the cigar band until you have smoked half the cigar, this way the cigar will warm up and help the bands removal. Also if you gently pinch the band all around, bit by bit, lifting it gently from the cigars wrapper this will help it not tear the leaf before you try sliding it off. Hope this helps :-) - Submitted by A. Dyer on January 6, 2007

Review #17: This cigar is on the top of my list. Very smooth for such a young cigar, and totally lacking any kind of ammonia or other flavors associated with a newer production Habanos. If you lover PSD4's and a stronger flavor profile, this cigar is not for you. If you enjoy a mild, flavorful cigar, buy these by the truckload. My only complaint has been the glue they used to hold the band together. I have damaged the wrapper on 4 outta 4 that I have smoked, just trying to slide the band off the cigar. They used so much glue, it oozed out and onto the wrapper. - Submitted by jcwbnimble on January 6, 2007

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