Romeo y Julieta
Romeo by Romeo y Julieta

Vitola: Toro
Length: 6.0
Gauge: 54

Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
Binder: Dominican Piloto
Filler: Dominican Piloto and Olor
Blender/Creator: AJ Fernandez and Raphael Nodal
Factory: Tabacalera AJ Fernandez Cigars de Nicaragua S.A
Country: Dominican Republic
Purchase Source: Timber Valley Tobacco
Date Purchased: April 30, 2018
Price: $7.25
Date Smoked: December 5, 2018

Romeo by Romeo y Julieta

I’ll be one to admit that when I first saw the hard to ignore marketing of the, as Cigar Sensei would say “Corporate-Cigar” Romeo by Romeo y Julieta, I was a little suspect of the “slick” packaging and “Ad-Words” (hype).

But, at first glance, this was a beautiful cigar. All dark and smooth and perfectly rolled with a flawless Dark Ecuadoran Habano wrapper makes for a hefty cigar. I look forward to this Romeo every time.

In addition to how this cigar looks and feels in my hands, this cigar reminds me of the classic smokes I enjoyed when I first started smoking cigars 30-years ago or so. This Romeo had the firmness and heft that produced volumes of smoky earth, leather, and nuts.

When I smoke this cigar, I want to find the deepest leather chair and sink into it.

Stay Smoky
Stay Chill


Dominican Republic, Romeo, Romeo y Julieta, Ecudorian HabanoI’ve smoked two or three or these Romeos before this one and it still impresses me or I should say reminds me of those old cigars I used to smoke 20-years ago. Old-School construction; Beautiful smooth wrapper and a flavor profile that hits my “softer” sweet spot. This is not a Full-Powered or Full-Strength stick, it’s a very pleasant experience that’s not too complicated.

I smoked this one in the car and loved it
Stay Smokey

I’m loving this cigar. It deserves a place in my TupperDor

The Experience

Ash: Consistent
Draw: Perfect
Smoke Output: Thick
Flavor: Creamy
Strength: Medium
Body: Medium
Finish: Complex
Value: Excellent
Overall Rating (1-5): 4

The Cigar

Chocolate: 3
Coffee: 2
Cream: 2
Earthy: 3
Leather: 3
Pepper: 1