|Shapes:||Churchill, Pyramid, Robusto, Toro, Torpedo|
|Wrapper:||Habano, Nicaraguan, Nicaraguan Jalapa|
Call 505 for Nicaragua
A one-hit wonder is impressive. A dynasty is in a league of its own. And at this point, it’d be hard to call Romeo y Julieta anything other than a “dynasty” brand. Seriously, take a look at this list, RyJ’s got it all — Cuban roots. Amazing, smooth blends. Recent, full-bodied successes. And now, a Nicaraguan puro from Nicaragua. That’s right, this is what you’ve all been waiting for.
Now listen, I know you’re not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but sometimes you can’t help yourself. And Romeo 505 Nicaragua clearly comes dressed to impress. A gorgeous Habano seed wrapper is expertly box-pressed over Nicaraguan binder and filler. Chow down on this treat and you’ll find a full-bodied mixture of earth, coffee, spice, and slight nuttiness. After a few of these, you’ll realize why everyone’s calling it one of the best Romeos around.
Good news, Romeo 505 Nicaragua has recently received a well-deserved 91-rating, noting: "A gorgeous Churchill wrapped in a dark, oily cover leaf. The sweet, cedary smoke also shows savory notes of leather with hints of roasted nuts and black pepper."
For a limited time, enjoy a Romeo y Julieta 1875 Nicaragua Toro 5-Pack (worth $35) FREE with any qualifying Romeo y Julieta box purchase!
Welcome to Esteli, Romeo!
If I have to tell you how popular Romeo 1875 is, you’re either real green around these parts, or you’re living under a rock. One of the most successful Cuban-roots brands, Romeo y Julieta has been delighting cigar aficionados both old school and hipster for years now with its ties to old Havana. Delivering a consistently well-made product at a price that doesn’t break the bank, it’s no reason there’s a love story written around Romeo.
Today, we welcome the newest innovation from this decades old brand… Romeo y Julieta 1875 Nicaragua. This Nicaraguan makeover is a puro, meaning it contains 100% Nicaraguan leaves, manufactured in the famed Plasencia factory. Medium-bodied, complex, and balanced, Romeo 1875 Nicaragua delivers a toasty core, with hints of spice and natural sweetness.