Romeo y Julieta 1875 cigars are rich in taste, high in quality and priced affordably so that every cigar smoker can make them part of their rotation. These classic cigars are handmade with choice, cedar-aged Dominican long-filler tobaccos finished in silky, aromatic Indonesian TBN (shade-grown) wrappers for a well-balanced, medium-bodied smoke with a note of sweet spice on the finish. Presented in boxes of 10, 20, 25, and 5-Packs, Romeo y Julieta cigars are perfect for any occasion.
I bought this cigar on accident when shopping at a local walk in humidor. I thought it was the Julieta Toro, and saw at home it was a número dos instead. I'm glad I bought two because this is one of the best cigars I've ever had. Perfect taste, perfect construction and a great build. You can't go wrong with this cigar, especially if you love your julietas. This is a 45 minute smoke, and just fantastic. Don't hold back, Get these cigars!!00
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I first tried the Romeo Y Julieta Petit Numero Dos on 1/22/2005 and it is the first tapered cigar I have tried and thought it was a great cigar. Smooth, lit only once during golf and was mild to the taste. I like a mild cigar and this fits my taste perfectly.10
These robusto-sized mild-to-medium cigars are actually a bellicoso-like torpedo-shaped tapered-end cigar. That shape is harder to roll than a conventional cylindrical cigar and typically a company assigns the best cigar rollers to these kinds of shapes. Romeo y Julieta cigars are already famous for consistent quality and these babies are tops in that regard. I've never had one "tunnel". A smooth even-burning smoke with a fine white ash. A great value as well. Sometimes also seen marked "Petit No. 2"...19