Romeo y Julieta 1875
Churchill · 7 × 50 JUCH
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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Dominican Republic / Brazil
Medium Brown / EMS
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Good for the other four letter word
Beetman on 10/27/15
Won these at pipe night with my local smoking gentlemens group. I think the prize was supposed to be ironic? I don't care, could reliable cigar all around. I like something in this for a round of golf. Burns a good while and isn't so strong it knocks me on my ass.
Almost my favorite
Bowie cigar lover on 10/27/15
Almost my all time favorite. Complex smoke without a bitter bite. Smokes great with my punch. Sturdy cap that holds up well to my wet bite. Good burn and draw. Feels as sexy as it looks. A must try for anyone.
One of my firsts
Jrjrjr on 10/27/15
The ryj Churchill was one of my first cigars. I smoked them bevcouse they were big, relatively cheap and looked how I felt a cigar should look. I've had multiple ryj cigars sincre I learned that there's more to smoking than looking tnhe part and inhaling every 5 seconds to get a good amount of smoke going (the bitterness that brought on was a bonus) and they make consistent quality sticks.
Eljave on 10/26/15
I received a couple of these 1875 Churchills in several variety packs. They're a good smoke. Open draw, but not too airy. Mild flavor that quiet enjoyable. Romeo y Julieta cigars are always a good go to cigar. Good smoke.
Arosario2300 on 10/26/15
I actually had this about a week ago and since trying it, I cant get it out of my head! This is easily one of my favorite cigars. It had a nice draw, not to loose but not to tight. The taste was amazing and the finish was not to long
Mild and mellow
Salmo Trutta on 10/21/15
I normally smoke the Maduro but I really enjoy this cigar also. Good flavor mellow all the way through. Nice even burn and held a good ash. Draw seemed to require a little more effort than normal but I only smoked the one in the sampler.
Coupled with a glass of port, they are spectacular
Termohlen on 10/19/15
One of my flavorites. Romeo 1875s are in my top five smokes. The spicy finish sits well on my palate. These guys have an even burn with a long foot. Coupled with a glass of port, they are spectacular
Too much spice for me
rob on 10/16/15
I dont know if it was just the one i had or not but i was not fond of the flavor on this cigar it was slightly too much pepper at the mid way point for my liking. Great construction though and if you like that kinda thing then give it a shot