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Old 04-23-2003, 07:52 PM   #1
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Romeo y Julieta Romeo No.2 Tubos are disjointed

R&J's bargain-basement Petit Corona-mano, although not exactly cheap. My first and last sample of this cigar had a dull mid-brown wrapper and wandered around the dry end of the flavour spectrum. Drawing gently on it released very faint earthiness and some smooth creaminess, but risked a power failure. The 'lights' went out twice in this mode. Encouraging a more vigorous burn emphasized mushroom and coriander seed notions while destroying the roundness. Either bland or zippy, it seemed. There was no happy medium here.
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