Romeo y Julieta Cigars bear a rich legacy of Cuban cigars which was named after the iconic characters of Shakespeare's one of the most famous plays. When the Cuban embargo took place, the production of Romeo y Julieta cigars was carried to the Dominican Republic. They are known for making the most tasteful mild to medium bodied strength cigars that are super satisfying and flavorful. Sometimes their flavor profile than a full bodied cigar. Among the most traditional Romeo y Julieta you can find the Reserva Real, Reserva, Anniversary and the always well received, 1875 line. However they recently have created a few blends of more full bodied cigars among them: Romeo Anejo, Romeo, RYJ and the latest Aging Room Cigars all of them offering a silky, smooth and super full smoking experience. Today they are one of the most sought after brands of cigar and if you want have your own favorites then wait no more. Place an order now and get them at an unbelievable price.
Romeo y Julieta is one of the oldest Cuban cigar producer carrying its legacy into the modern world of non-cuban cigars. If you are into mild to medium bodied cigars with a balanced and aromatic flavor, then you can’t go wrong with Romeo y Julieta handmade cigars. They are also one of the best value cigars in the medium bodied Best Dominican Cigars selection.
Are Romeo y Julieta real Dominican Cigars cigars?
Absolutely. The cigar brand Romeo y Julieta was founded back in 1875 in Cuba by Inocencio Alvarez and Manin Garcia and after Castro Revolution in 1959, when the Cuban Embargo prohibit the trade between United Estates and Cuba, they started distribution in the USA by Altadis USA, a sister company of Imperial Brands. They use cuban-seed tobacco grow in the Dominican Republic. Romeo y Juliet is a must-try for all non-Cuban cigar fans out there, and they were also favorite cigars of the great famous cigar smoker, Winston Churchill.
Are there different blends of Rome y Julieta cigars?
Yes. The original blends presented back in 1875 are Reserva Real, Reserva and Anniversary. Nevertheless, the producer has recently introduced new full bodied blends that are Romeo Anejo, Romeo, RYJ and Aging Room Cigars. All these blends, both traditional and modern ones, are worth a try, as they offer different tastes, yet the same silky smooth smoking experience of an authentic Dominican cigar.