Cuban Cigar Deal of the Week: Romeo y Julieta Petit Coronas - Just $119 for 25 cigars!

5 responses

  1. Esprada
    November 9, 2011

    Amen to that, i wholeheartily agree on the flavors the family reserves seems to contain. Initially, my thoughts were how can these things top out my aging Padron ’26 and ’64’s (about two additional years).

    But they did, the taste and flavor profiles is richly intense at least to me they are.

    If you don’t have a box or haven’t tried one yet, go out and buy one if you can find them.

  2. TheMcG (via r/cigars)
    November 18, 2011

    Those are the darkest wrappers I have ever seen!

    They look and sound amazing, but I doubt i will be purchasing any.

  3. Tee
    December 1, 2011

    Great review – you nailed this one. I just smoked a Padron 85th and loved it. One additional note: I noticed a savory flavor at the end of the cigar, coming right after the citrus. Perfect ending.

  4. Grawbad
    February 18, 2012

    I am a relative newcomer to the Cigar world. I have been trying many different brands, types and strengths since I started. Once I smoked this cigar I knew I had to have another.

    After I smoked it, I purchased another of my favored cigars to get a contrast and I gotta tell you this is the best Cigar I have had the pleasure to smoke.

    I have since bought out the stock at my local shop all smoked in house save for one I bought tonight to smoke at home this weekend.

    I must say, what a cigar. Its so smooth. The dark wrapper almost seems wet though its not. It seems so moist.
    Each one I have smoked has been a perfect experience. I have the box sitting on my desk with a lone cigar in it, waiting for the weekend. Oh what a fine time that will be.

  5. William
    January 16, 2013

    I’m trying to hold on to mine for my 65th birthday in early March. I don’t know if I’m gonna be able to wait that long.

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