14 responses

  1. Tommy Zman
    February 5, 2009

    Probably my favorite (yeah, that’s the US spelling) small Habana cigar. Always so much flavor.

    Very nice site, here! My first visit.

    – Zman

  2. Jason T
    February 5, 2009

    Sorry to hear about the bad experience with this cigar. I’ve liked the few smaller Cuban RyJ that I’ve smoked much better than the larger ring gauge cigars. The only bad RyJ I’ve smoked has been very young. All of the others had very good flavor and construction, but were at least 2 years old.

  3. MountChuck
    February 5, 2009

    Nice review. What a shame. Finding a good petite corona has been sort of a hobby for me. I’ll have to give the other 2 you mentioned a try.

  4. Se7en_V
    February 9, 2009

    Great review. Certainly doesn’t sound like these need to be close to the top of my ‘to-try’ list. Thanks for the honesty and pics.

  5. Kalutika
    February 19, 2009

    RyJ has always struck me as a fairly bland brand. then again I am a big fan of stronger flavors so the lighter ones don’t usually do much for me.

  6. Daize
    June 28, 2009

    Personally I have always liked these but construction is definitely uneven.

  7. Humidor
    October 11, 2009

    I don’t understand how he unscrewed. Looks like you light it to the other end… or the cigar was closed to the other end… The wraper can be unscrewed only from the cap. Very strange…

    In the first picture I can see that the cigar was wrapped well. in the second picture looks like the cigar is lit at the other end.

    I am wrong?

  8. Inspector
    October 11, 2009

    Bogdan, I wish I knew how that happened. The only thing I am sure about is that I lit the cigar at the foot :)

  9. Humidor
    October 11, 2009

    OK, but, in the first picture the wraper is wraped from the cap to the foot, and in the second picture, the wraper is wraped from the ash to the cap… I don’t understand… :)

    If you smoke mini cigars or italian Toscano, probably you know, that you get the same result, if you lit the wrong end.

  10. Humidor
    October 11, 2009

    Sorry…, in the first picture the wraper is wraped from the foot to the cap, and in the second picture, the wraper is wraped from the cap to the ash :(

  11. Inspector
    October 11, 2009

    Don’t you think it might have been wrapped ‘from both sides’?

  12. Humidor
    October 11, 2009

    Impossible, it is clear: the wrapper is wrapped is from the foot to the cap in this picture: http://www.cigarinspector.com/images/cigar/romeo-julieta-cedros-1b.jpg

    Maybe the next picture is from other cigar.

  13. Inspector
    October 11, 2009

    Could be! I smoked it with a friend, so you are probably right – I don’t really remember which was the cigar I took the pic of.

  14. meneer
    October 4, 2010

    In 20 years i tried 10 or 12 box of cedros 1 2 3,never find one decent.I don’t understand some hight rate in lots of expert’s review!

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