Romeo y Julieta 1875

Cedro Deluxe No. 1 · 6.5 × 44 JUC1

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Named for the lovers in Shakespeare’s classic play, Romeo y Julieta 1875 Cigars was founded in Cuba in 1875 and has since become an iconic, world-renowned brand enjoyed by smokers of all experience levels. Today Romeo y Julieta cigars are handmade in the Dominican Republic, but retain the same dedication to quality, craftsmanship, price, variety and taste that made the brand so popular from the very beginning.

Now owned by Altadis, Romeo y Julieta handmade cigars boast an impeccable medium-bodied blend of oak and coffee flavors that produce an enchanting aroma. The 1875 is bound in an Indonesian Shade Grown TBN java wrapper and stuffed with fine Brazilian/Dominican long fillers and surrounded by a Dominican binder for a leisurely smoke. It’s cedar and hazelnut undertones, delicate spiciness and extended hours of enjoyment have since captured the hearts of many cigar aficionados, including Winston Churchill himself.

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A "go to" staple

Walter Luffman on 08/12/15

Romeo y Julieta 1875s are my "go to' cigars -- mild-to-medium, tasty, very well constructed and very consistent. I have bought a few boxes of the Cedro Deluxe No. 1 and No. 2 in the past year, and they usually show a bit of that desirable surface deposit known as bloom or plume. (One box had a tiny bit of mold, but not enough to concern me; I just wiped it off.) if you want a mild-medium cigar that is very well made and doesn't cost a small fortune, give the Romeo y Julieta 1875 line a try.