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The most famous of the Romeo y Julieta cigars: 1875.
From their humble beginning making Cuban cigars, to their more modern blends made in the Dominican Republic, RyJ cigars are always in demand. And none more so than 1875. With a slightly oily Indonesian wrapper and Dominican binder and long-filler, this pleasant-tasting cigar offers perfect balance. Not overwhelming, yet very satisfying. Toast the foot, and you’ll find a medium-bodied profile of cedar and earth, with an easygoing draw and nice, slow burn. And after you try just one of these, I guarantee you’ll find that this ever-popular offering from Romeo y Julieta is one of the finest in the business. Around here, 1875 cigars go quickly, so order soon.
Good news! With an esteemed 92-rating, 1875 is officially one of the best Romeo y Julieta cigars around. The Romeo y Julieta 1875 review states, “It has a heavy aroma and a clean, white ash. Strong, toasty flavors smack of wood and leather. There’s a sweetness to the long finish.”