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Romeo y Julieta Media Noche

A dark n' delicious Romeo.

When it comes to Romeo, you all know the drill by now. Relentless quality, affordable prices, and reliable handmades that deliver time and time again. The new Romeo y Julieta Media Noche holds true all that Romeo's known for, but adds in a little something extra: loads of rich, complex flavor.

To create Romeo y Julieta Media Noche, a naturally fermented San Andres Maduro wrapper is loaded with a rich blend of vintage Dominican long-fillers. This combination leads to a spicy, robust smoke that’s layered with toasty notes of coffee, nuts, black pepper, and honey. Delicious, brimming with flavor, and ridiculously well-made…but you wouldn't expect anything less from Romeo. The only surprise here is the price…boxes start at just $99.99.

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Size
Pack In Stock MSRP Price Qty Cart
Belicoso (6.1"x52)
BOX OF 20 In Stock $180.00 $119.99
Belicoso (6.1"x52)
5-PACK In Stock $40.00 $35.00
Churchill (7.0"x54)
BOX OF 20 In Stock $180.00 $119.99
Churchill (7.0"x54)
5-PACK In Stock $40.00 $35.00
Corona (5.5"x44)
BOX OF 20 In Stock $140.00 $99.99
Corona (5.5"x44)
5-PACK In Stock $30.00 $27.00
Double Toro (Gordo) (6.0"x60)
BOX OF 20 In Stock $200.00 $129.99
Double Toro (Gordo) (6.0"x60)
5-PACK In Stock $45.00 $39.00
Robusto (5.0"x54)
BOX OF 20 In Stock $160.00 $104.99
Robusto (5.0"x54)
5-PACK In Stock $35.00 $31.00
Toro (6.0"x52)
BOX OF 20 In Stock $170.00 $109.99
Toro (6.0"x52)
5-PACK In Stock $37.50 $33.00
Overall Rating 4.09 out of 5 Based on 23 Ratings

Customer Reviews of “Romeo y Julieta Media Noche”

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1 out of 5
Poor excuse for a cigar.
How could anyone think this was a good cigar? You could barely get any air through it, it burned unevenly, and had very little flavor. There are better cigars for half the price. I would be ashamed to put these in my moochadore.
5 out of 5
Goodcigars
Good cigars good taste
5 out of 5
Very nice blend
Very good blend. No burn issues. Very enjoyable.
1 out of 5
Dry
I get the box for my uncle overseas. I took it as chritmas gift after he open it we found out all the cigar dry and cracked
5 out of 5
GREAT
Great
2 out of 5
Foul ball
greatly anticipated but ultimately disappointed. bought a box and have not had a single good one. Roll has been loose, burns too quickly, hot and bitter flavor. Will not buy again.
5 out of 5
Romeo Julieta Media Noche
These are my favorite sticks,. You guys rock. Thank you for incredible service
4 out of 5
Very Good!
Very nice for a Sunday afternoon relaxing view of the lake. Great with my favorite Cuban coffee (Cafe Bustello)! I'm glad I 5 in my sampler!
1 out of 5
Romeo y Julieta Media Noche
Tried two from a 5 pack, both didn't burn well and were very bitter. Did not finish. Will not buy again.
5 out of 5
Excellent
Always on time and very good service
5 out of 5
Outstanding
Outstanding cigar. Great flavor. Earthy, coco, can't go wrong.
5 out of 5
Media Nocha
Excellent, what more could be said
5 out of 5
Great
In time deliveries and always fresh
5 out of 5
Romeo Noche
Great cigar and addition to Romeo's already great line of Cigars. A must try!
5 out of 5
Media Noche is the way to go
I purchased the Romeo y Julia Media Noches toros to replace my dwindling supply of Montecristo Media Noches. I actually like these a lot better. Smooth with lots of flavor and a consistent burn.
5 out of 5
great cigar thru and thru
great cigar thru and thru
3 out of 5
Strong for smoking
Strong for smoking
5 out of 5
Media Noche Robusto
The Media Noche is a wonderfully smooth and dark blend and the Robusto is a perfect size for this smoke. Highly recommend!
5 out of 5
Great smoke
Great smoke
4 out of 5
Romeo y Julieta Media Noche Churchill
I would rate this cigar 5 starts due to good flavor and rich smoke - however, occasionally I will get one that doesn't burn evenly and/or is difficult to keep lit so I struggle with it for a while until I give up and toss it out and grab another one.
5 out of 5
Romeo y Julieta Media Noche Churchill
I always get excellent service from CI. These cigars are fabulous. Full, complex body, even burn with notes of leather and chocolate. Smoked it until it burned my fingers. Keeping these as a permanent staple for my humidor.
3 out of 5
Plus in Flavor Minus in BURN
Nice smoke...but burn was terrible in 4 out of 5.
5 out of 5
Bobby Cigar
I was very impressed with the duration of the cigar (over an hour plus) and its aroma and deep smoke, with the spice and pepper flavors right to the end a definite repeat buy and urge others to enjoy this splendid fine cigar...
Customer Testimonials
One of my favs, best that $5 cigar money can buy. Not an over powering kick in the chest (or wallet). YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED!
Well constructed, good draw, and tons of flavors. I smoked 5 of these and can't say I love 'em. Dark bitter chocolate overwhelms and might be your fancy, but not mine. Not bad, though wouldn't buy again.
Got my RYJ Media Noche in a sampler and gave it a couple of weeks humi time. Draw was a bit tight to start and not much smoke in the beginning. A very smooth smoking cigar with great flavors. The last 1/2 is great and my Robusto made me wish I had a Churchill. Ordering some today; I love this cigar!!!
I bought a five pack of these to try, (6x60). I smoked the first one last night. It was a spectacular smoke. Flavor was superb, it burned well, smelled great, never got hot. Just down right awesome cigar. A bit pricey for everyday, but definitely a good occasional cigar when you feel like you deserve a reward.
I'm usually a mild - medium cigar smoker. I bought these based on the description and reviews. I was very pleasantly surprised and extremely happy with this smoke. It was an excelent smoke right down to the nub. I will continue to purchase more to keep my humidor stocked. Worth every penny.
I don't usually bother to write one of these comments, but I thought this was a good cigar as well as a good buy. I had gotten the 10 pack robusto sampler and was pleasantly surprised. Nice look, construction and aroma. A bit peppery on the light up, but it went away. Nice aroma, even burn. I thought this was a medium full body with notes of leather, dark chocolate, slight cream. Very good cigar!
GREAT smoke! You won't be disappointed with this beauty.

Romeo y Julieta Media Noche

Erick V
As I was sitting at my computer puffing away on sample after sample, looking for a new blend worthy of a place in the humi, I got fed up with getting one dud after another. Either it was just an off day or someone else kept all the good samples to themselves…I’m going to guess it was the latter. By this point I was craving something delicious and remembered that the boss man had been harking on me to get some more reviews up. Perfect! I’ll kill two birds with one stone!
 
Not wanting to run the risk of picking another dud, for this review I decided to go with a proven winner - a timeless brand that never ceases to disappoint, and a brand that has been dipping its feet into some uncharted, robust territories as of late (right up my alley). I plunged head first into the Romeo y Julieta Media Noche.
 
First off, let me add what a breath of fresh air (metaphorically speaking) after the demoralizing morning I had. Even cold draws on this sucker produced an ear to ear smile across my face. A slight tinge of citrus was noticeable before even taking the flame to it and my day just got a whole lot better. The first third was pretty spot on to what you would expect from a San Andres maduro. There was a prominent sweet spice that was carried along by notes of leather and earth. Construction was top-notch as to be expected of anything with the Romeo name on it, but bold, heady flavors made for a nice change of pace from any Romeo I’ve come to know.
 
One unexpected downside was that the initial citrus I picked out on the cold draw seemed a distant memory once I sparked my 5.5 x 44 corona. It certainly wasn’t all bad though, the notes that replaced it were welcoming and complex. By the second third, even more entered the fray. Nuances of espresso teamed up with chocolate to usher in the final third. By this point Media Noche only required one touch up and if I were a more patient man I would put my money on it being able to correct itself…but sadly I am not.
 
About 45 minutes in and I am reclined as far back as my office chair will go, in a state of what I can only describe as a mix of smoking euphoria and relief that I finally found a keeper. At around an inch away from the nub the flavors are dominated by a toasty oak accented by hints of sweet black pepper. The ash impressively held on for close to three and a half inches, only complaint is ash is a bitch to get out from under the keys of my keyboard – but I supposed that is a user error. All in all Romeo y Julieta Media Noche was a pleasing medium to full-body new addition to the historic Romeo brand. It has enough body to satisfy those full-bodied fanatics and enough pronounced flavors for those beginners to be able to pin point some of those nuances all the veterans have been boasting about for so long.
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