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"ONE OF THE BEST ON THE MARKET,PERIOD."
I LOVE THIS CIGAR,MOST FOLK THAT I GIVE ONE TO,THEY SAY THE SAME.ONE OF THE BEST EVER.EVERYONE SHOULD TRY IT .
JIMI CLARK in MEMPHIS TN June 28, 2011
I am new to the world of cigar smoking. While in a shop recently I picked up a variety of high end cigars to try and was extremely impressed with this one. I usually smoke Davidoff or Zino, but this is my favorite now.
Robert Bennett in Texas June 30, 2004
"Romeo y Julieta my favorite"
I had to take the time to say that of the 30 or so brands I have smoked over the last year, R&J is consistently my favorite smoke. I prefer these to far more expensive smokes such as Graycliff, Cohiba, Ashton and all others. When these cigars are aged for a few years, something truly magical happens. You can't go astray with R & J.
Winn in Austin TX January 6, 2004
"Romeo Y Juliet Vintage #5"
A very luxurious,and exotic cigar!with a great aroma!Consistent down to the last puff!
E. Sellers in Santa Clarita,Ca. December 14, 2003
"My Absolute Favorite"
After a particularly difficult day at work my wife stopped by a tobacconist in the very well-to-do part of town (Scottsdale) to buy me the best cigar she could find. After discussing my tastes with him he pointed her to the RyJ #5's even though he could have easily sent her to the $25 cigars. I have never had a better cigar. I immediately bought a box. I can tell you, many cigars later, they never disappoint. Perfect construction, mouth watering flavor, and even burning. The aroma will even change the minds nonsmokers about it being in their presense. You can't go wrong!
Brian Wajdyk in Chandler, AZ April 22, 2003
"Definitely my favorite"
I have been trying many different brands since I started using famous-smoke, but for the best in premium smokes I keep coming back to RyJ as the "cream of the crop". Smooth even draw, superior consistency, and a taste that can't be beat. Always keep a box in my humidor for those times when only the best will do.
Rodney Woodcock in Washington May 25, 2001