Romeo y Julieta Cazadores

Romeo y Julieta Cazadores

Origin : CubaRomeo y Julieta
Format : Corona Grande
Size : 162 x 17.46 mm
Ring : 44
Weight : 11.27 g
Hand-Made
Price : ~$10/piece
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This is an interesting Romeo y Julieta, with its leathery/spicy taste. It was equal in its pros and cons, starting out pleasant, but becoming harsh near the ring.

Appearance : ★★★★★
On this particular Romeo y Julieta, the appearance is very impressive, perhaps one of the better that I have seen. Almost appears to be delicately constructed.
 
Construction : ★★★½☆
Draw is a little on the tight side on this one, the burn wasn't the greatest, a little lopsided, but not so bad as to require adjusting. Great plume of smoke though.

Flavor : ★★★☆☆
The peppery flavor of the Romeo y Julieta Cazadores is a smooth starter, with only a little spice to it. Very mild, calm and yet slightly peppery.
The second third brings an earthy, impressive lingering flavor, reminiscent of a fresh cup of coffee. Quite nice. The last third gets to be a bit on the overwhelming side, though not so much that you want to put it down. Instead, you just want to go a bit slower on it, enjoying it patiently.

Value : ★★★★☆
The price is not extremely high, and for the most part it was a pleasant smoke. A good mid-day cigar, well after the lunch.

Overall Rating : ★★★★☆
A good smoke for the most part, though I have had better. Overall, it was decent. It would have been perfect if it only had two thirds :)

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One Comment on “Romeo y Julieta Cazadores”

  1. phathungarian says:

    had one last night another two nights ago. Mine was aged about 3 years according to the date on the box. Nice earthy and coffee flavors.The draw was good but I had difficulties keeping it lit after the first half. To me this was nothing mild, infact the strongest Cuban I’ve ever had smoked. Becomes overwhelming and almost harsh in the last third. Put it down both times and couldn’t finish it. Not all that expensive and worth the try in my opinion. The best from RYJ I’ve ever had so far.

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