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.
These are some of the bet smokes I've had. The taste is amazing, the draw is smooth and the build is strong.Cons: The consistency isn't so good and the burn is almost never even.Over all, the smoke is very enjoyable. great cigars for a a great price.10
I have been trying a bunch of small cigars of late, and this one has the best flavor so far of all the ones I've tried. Its a kinda tough draw for the first half of the cigar and then gets easier as you near the mid point. Aroma and tastes are the best qualities.21
I agree about the packing/drawing of these cigars. I purchased some in town here and DID NOT have that problem. You need to have a steam roller go over them to draw half way decent. But they taste great..01
I have been a long time buyer and for years have enjoyed this "one martini" cigar for many years. Recent purchases have been very disappointing. Their appears to be lot of inconsistency in the manufacturing process. Many of the cigars are rolled so poorly that they had to be discarded. Nothing worse than a cigar that does not draw easily without using maximum lung power just to keep it lit.Sad to say " I have purchased my last tin of these smokes."11