Hello everyone, long time no see huh? Well, with two children now, I decided to take the month of July off and spend some quality time with them. So with the reason why I have been “MIA” behind us, let’s get down to business shall we. Today I am reviewing the Romeo and Juliet “Reserva Real.” I was gifted this stogie from my big bro “Eddie” so now its time to give him a shout out “Thanks Bro!” So with that said, I am now ready to give you my verdict on if it will pass the mighty “Stew” test or not.
CIGAR MAKE UP:
WRAPPER: Ecuador Connecticut
BINDER & FILLER: Nicaraguan / Nicaraguan, Dominican
Length/Ring: 6 x 60
Price: Gifted but costs about $7.00 for stick .
My Observations: This cigar is built well and is very nice to look at. Starting with the wrapper, I found it to be velvety smooth that is oily to the touch. Now add in the small non noticeable veins into the mix and you have an “A” in the looks department.
On my finger touch inspection I found no soft spots or imperfections and now its go time.
• Over all “A” in the grading department
Cigar Label: Red, white, and gold.
Snip: Straight cut.
Flavors: The 1st third of this cigar consisted of wood and small hints of spice. The 2nd third continued with the woodsy flavor but I didn’t seem to pick up anything else. The last third pretty much stayed the same but in a good way.
Burn line: Jagged.
Liked it: Yes, but I could see getting pretty bored of these quickly
Recommend it: Yes, if you like consistency.