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 thought this was a great cigar. I was given this as a gift 2 months ago and have been passing it up for other choices in my inventory. What a mistake this is now one of my top five cigars. Great flavors and just intoxicating to smoke. I can not wait to try my other sticks from this company.1 0
It's a great cigar. Its mild, not too much spice, and has a almond/cedar taste to it. The tubo gives it a classy look. It's a good end of the day cigar.0 0
I was excited to try this one from my local tobacconist - whom I consider very knowledgeable, thus I don't think it was poorly looked after. The tubo was sleek and attractive. The cigar's aroma was also very sweet. It was disappointing however that the cigar started to canoe and I had to readjust multiple times. Eventually, even before the last third, I just gave up and let it die. It didn't feel worth it to pursue a canoeing, bitter cigar. At least I get a sleek tube!0 0
The flavor of this cigar was pleasant, nothing to really talk about though. Basic mild cigar. The construction however was terrible. Cracked the whole time I smoked it and only progressively got worse. I hope I just got a bad stick..0 0