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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

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Review #16: I'm new to cigars and have been leaning towards robustos over the last month. I found the Short Churchill to be very mild however for me it was an enjoyable smoke. Very consistent from start to finish, easy draw and consistent burn. When I return to Cuba, I'll most likely include a box of these on my list of "to buy" cigars. - Submitted by rainman on January 6, 2007

Review #15: I must dissagree with reviewer 14. This is a mild cigar, not a "bland" cigar, and as much as I adore a good PSD4 or Bolivar RC I still thoroughloy enjoyed the handful of these which I tried. Earlier in the day after a light lunch with a tasty latte. The flavour profile was excellent for a cigar of this youth and will certainly improve with some short ageing. Mild light tan leather notes with gingerbread and cocoa progress throughout with some woody and nutty notes developing through the second half. The spice is minimal and the cigar smoked incredibly cool until I couldn't hold onto the nub any longer. A very enjoyable mild robusto which tops the Hoyo Epicure #2 and El Rey Choix Supreme for me personally. True it's all personal taste as everyone has different taste buds, but if you enjoy a mild cigar sometimes this is one of the best. It does need some maturing to reach it's full potential, naturally. Happy smoking :-) - Submitted by A. Dyer on January 3, 2007

Review #14: I am a big robusto fan as it is the vitola I smoke most often. I was also looking forward to this new entrant from R&J, but after about 15 cigars from 4 diferent boxes, I have concluded that this is a bland cigar with a very lienar and boring taste profile. I agree that it looks wonderful, has good draw and the "tubo" has an atractive design, but the taste falls way short agains other top tier robustos like the PSD4, Cohiba and Bolivar. It is worth a taste, but not a real excitement generator in my book. - Submitted by finidi on January 2, 2007

Review #13: A good consistent cigar -- good draw -- great burn -- medium body -- lots of smoke -- A little mild for my taste and not my favorite R&J but an excellent choice -- I will get more - Submitted by butch on December 30, 2006

Review #12: The Short Churchill is a pleasant cigar to look at. Stubby and firm, with its nice gold band, it looks mighty promising. After clipping I notice a sturdy but pleasant draw, with a pre-lit aroma of cedar wood. You just know you're in for the characteristic flavour of a RyJ. Immediately after lighting I notice how I get thick wads of smoke from every puff. It starts of like a true Cuban: strong and peppery. However, already a special complexity and unique flavour shines through. After the initial blast is over, fruity citrus-like tones are appearing, not unlike those found in Dominican cigars. The smoke comes through very cool, and it only takes a few minutes to realise that this is a very varied, rich cigar. 10 minutes in the smoke becomes creamy, and the taste reaches a fantastic balance between mild strength and rich flavour. Every draw reveals new aspects, you'll really want to cherish each and every second of this smoke. The creaminess continues to become more pronounced and sweet. Halfway down a smokey flavour comes in. From then on the evolution is slow but steady. The finish is remarkably smooth, and lasts a long time. The creamy smoke texture pushes through, mixed with hints of vanilla. On the last stretch it gains both in sweetness and freshness. This cigar has the heart of a true Habano. It looks marvelous, every type of smoker will look good with it. The draw is on the tight side, but with the amounts of smoke coming through, it balances out perfectly. The burn wasn't perfect and required some correction of the wrapper, but no major problems. Lasting a good 70 minutes and revealing its body to the fullest, it captures the essence of a robusto much better than most actual robustos do. A marvelous smoke that holds great potential for aging. Bringing this vitola on the market was a great move on the part of RyJ. And they must also be commented on the great design of the tubes for this one. - Submitted by Nekotaku on December 29, 2006

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