Romeo y Julieta Verona cigars offer you an affordably-priced addition to our select Romeo y Julieta Capulet and Montague collections. This "blue-collared" edition takes its name from the ruling family of Verona (as in the Italian town of the same name), where Shakespeare based his fateful tale of Romeo and Juliet; more specifically, Prince Escalus, the Verona family patriarch and mediator who demanded a peaceful resolution to the ill-fated families of Montague and Capulet.
As for the blend, Verona is handcrafted with a palate-pleasing recipe of Dominican, Nicaraguan, and Peruvian long-fillers seamlessly rolled in a dark natural San Andrés wrapper leaf. The smoke is medium-bodied, exceptionally creamy, and loaded with well-balanced notes of earth, cedar, sweet spice, and roasted coffee.
Whether you're already fond of cigars with similar attributes, or seeking a savory new addition to your collection, you'll find Romeo y Julieta House of Verona cigars a welcome addition to your prized collection. Presented in five popular sizes, discover this satisfying smoke by adding some to your cart now.
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Romeo’s are always a good cigar. Great flavor, nice even burn, great draw! I always have these in my humidor.
excellent quality cigar
Smooth smoke. Great flavor
2018 This is my favorite cigar !!!!!!
I was pleasantly surprised on how good these cigars were. I tried the other two cigars in this line and they too were pretty good. I preferred the taste and smell of the Verona. A must buy.
A medium bodied cigar with flavors of oak and cookie dough. Good draw but the burn can get kinda wonky. Great balance.
This is a decent stick, but ranks somewhere in the middle of what I ve tried. I like variety, and they can t all be my favorite, right? The construction and burn was great. There is nothing bad to say about it. I ll continue to enjoy what I have and likely move on to try more Romeo Y Julieta products after the House of Verona is finished.
Enjoyable smoke with a slow burn. For a medium smoke it’s trending towards full so take your time with it.
These are well-constructed, beautiful looking, mild cigars. The burn is slow and even, the ash is smooth and white. So, what is the problem? I have smoked five out of the box and all of them have tasted young and green. At best, the amount of smoke can nay be called moderate. What really irks me, however, is the presentation, these sticks are a royal pain to get into. From the ring at the foot to the double ring at the head to the vellum-like cover between, the packaging is overkill. Five is, I believe, an honest test, the remainder will be moved to the bottom of the humidor. This cigar has a lot of potential and my guess is another 6-9 months of aging will make a world of difference.