The Romeo y Julieta House of Montague Toro is the classic size coming in at six inches long with a 52 ring gauge. It's somewhere between a medium to full bodied stick that gives off a natural sweetness from the shimmering Brazilian maduro wrapper. How about adding a box to your shopping cart today?
Just got these today and opened the box and puffing I went. Some have complained about the burn. No issues here. The flavors are bursting with bakers like chocolate, nutty, sweetness, slight coffee, and cream. As you get further the flavors are more pronounced, and even a raisin flavor can be detected. Sometimes a dried fruit. It makes you want to keep puffing. The thing is about the cigar is that the flavors come together. Ash stays on strong. It is perfect for a cool day!
Got this in sampler, and have to admit, that it was good. The most critical criteria for me - taste was a solid 95, the only minor issue was slightly uneven burn, that didn t require intervention, it was normalizing by itself during smoke.
been smoking cigars @20yrs and have been disappointed at every turn. Cheep cigars, 5$ cigars, no diff. thought Rocky P had something so picked around that brand and after @5 or more selections could not hit on 5 smokes that were all good. This is the first time 10 cigars were all great, I m very worried that this will change, fingers crossed as I order 20.