Romeo y Julieta Mille Fleur 2014: Age and beauty

Enjoying good company with a Romeo y Julieta Mille Fleur 2014 and Artist's Gin and Tonic

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2 Responses

  1.  Fraser says:

    Lovely review. I am something of a Romeo y Julieta fan although the smaller vitolas have proved poorer in quality vs the larger ring gauge cigars. Interesting you mentioned the variations in the wrappers and one appearing more “box pressed” than the others!

    •  Pandora says:

      I have had some issues with Romeo y Julietas as you have probably read, but this one was exquisite. Boxes do tend to be put together based on wrapper colour to make sure that they look perfectly matched when you crack the seal and admire them for the first time. It’s not a surprise to find that different boxes have a discernible variation in colour, even if they are of the same vintage, brand and blend. As for the box pressed, I wasn’t the only one to notice that. I guess they might have been a little tighter packed in that particular box, or it was at the bottom of the stack.

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