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Monday, 23 April 2012

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romeo18751 Romeo y Julieta cigars are known for providing a quality smoking experience, so we have decided to dedicate today’s pair of reviews to the brand. Up next is a closer look at the Romeo y Julieta Cedro Deluxe #2 and the Romeo y Julieta Viejo “E”.

Romeo y Julieta 1875 Cedro Deluxe #2

I certainly enjoy powerful cigars every now and then, but today I am in the mood for something milder. The Romeo y Julieta 1875 from Altadis U.S.A. is described as being just that, so I picked out a Cedro Deluxe #2 for this particular review.

The 1875 Cedro Deluxe #2 measures 5 ½ x 44. There are several other sizes in the line that range from the miniature 3 5/8 x 24 Petite Julieta to the gargantuan 8 ½ x 52 Exhibicion #1. The cigar’s filler and binder consist of Dominican tobaccos. The wrapper is easily the most interesting component, and it’s of the Indonesian Shade Grown TBN variety. The Romeo y Julieta 1875 is classified as being medium-bodied in strength.

I can say without fear of equivocation that the Romeo Y Julieta 1875 is an attractive cigar. Before I can get a good look at it, there is a cedar sheath that must be removed. It does add something to the presentation, however. The cigar’s oily chocolate brown wrapper looks delicious. There are very few veins that are noticeable, and no major flaws are to be found. The decorative band near the head of the cigar accentuates the color of the wrapper perfectly with its red, white, and gold color scheme. It displays the Romeo y Julieta name as well as the 1875 moniker. The cigar feels firm to the touch with no soft spots and is silky smooth. The pre-light aroma is of cedar, while the cold taste is spicy.

As good as the Romeo y Julieta 1875 looks, its burn is just as good, if not better. The draw is just right, and there’s a plentiful amount of smoke. The burn line stays even from start to finish without the need for touch-ups. Re-lights are also unnecessary. The white ash is solid. Overall smoking time is over an hour.

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