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  1. Last year I won cardbox with 5 of Romeo y Julieta Petit Corona. They are from '08 but I don't know the box code. The cigar has spent four months in box with other single marevas. I used puncher to open and triple-jet to light up. Perfect draw. First puffs were amazing. Perfectly balanced cigar. I've never smoked RyJ PC before (I had few RyJ MF) and that one was very pleasant. A lot of cedar, floral notes, bread and just a bit of cherry note typical for Romeo y Julieta. However almost for all the time I had burning issues. I needed to touch up every 10 minutes. Second third was a bit bitter but it took few minutes to got back that well seasoned tabacco. Last third had more earthy hits. I got box of RyJ Petit Princess from '07 and both cigars have the same profile. It looks like they passed their prime. Anyway I prefer typical cherry-bomb RyJ from Wide Churchill or Churchill. Even Cazadores have it. In my personal ranking it was marked as 83/100 because of burning issues.
  2. Hello all! I don't have anything in my humidor smaller than a petit robusto and thought I would buy some smaller cigars (not cigarillos) for a quick (and not so expensive) smoke whenever I feel like it. I've found that the shorts and the mille fleurs are just about the size I'm looking for. I'd like a head to head comparison of these two cigars and why one is better than the other, to you! Thanks

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