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Those of you who know Romeo y Julieta are well aware that this is one of the most consistent brands on the market today. Originally a Cuban cigar company, Romeo y Julieta moved their production after the Cuban embargo, and continues to make high-quality cigars to this day. The Vintage series is just another example of that. Introduced in 1993, the Vintage series is a luxury cigar, subtle with a very smooth flavor and made in extremely limited supply.
The Vintage line from Romeo y Julieta is made using perfectly fermented tobacco, with a wrapper hand-picked for its natural, oily sheen and silky appearance. The binder is aged Mexican leaf and the filler is exquisitely blended Cuban-seed and long-leaf Dominican tobaccos. Expect notes of cedar, a slight pepper, and natural tobacco sweetness to combine in this classic cigar blend. And you don't have to worry about keeping these sticks humidified — each Romeo y Julieta Vintage cigar box ships with its own humidification built in. Enjoy!
will like to say never had a problem with CI, I have been a customer from 2008 the cigars have always been fresh thank you.
Jumped on 10'er from Joe Cigar daily deal...beautiful stix...great hand feel...roll...drawn...burn!!
Smoked the 1st after a week in the humi...just finished my 2nd after 2 mos of rest...even better flavor peodile.
Excellent cigar but a little pricey for my regular rotation, but CI specials allow me the chance to keep a few always resting waiting
So far this is my most favorite cigar. Perfect draw and flavor.
silky smooth and creamy! Beautiful wrapper, flawless construction, perfect draw with an even burn and tasty finish. What's not to like?
At first I liked the smooth buttery taste then the aftertaste was bad . I probably will not buy again because they made my mouth taste like I have been drinking spoiled milk .
Got a few as part of a gift package almost a year ago, just smoking the last one now. Nice little bite for a "mild" cigar. Nothing whimpy about it. I would agree that the more time it sits the better you're going to like it. Lately that's the case with most cigars I've bought... you need to dehumidify more than anything else. Have to buy a year ahead. They're pricier than my usual fare, and are rarely the "special" around here, so I guess they move fine on their own. But if you've the coin they're a fine cigar for the mild among us.
Nice looking, well-made cigar with little pre-light aroma. Easy draw, even burn and very pleasant flavour. (Romeo y Julieta Vintage) I'd not pay $8 for this cigar, but that's not a problem at CI.
This was my first box of cigars. I am new to the world of cigars, but while taking a trip to Germany, I bought a few Romeo y Julieta Cubans. They were fantastic....really, I mean fantastic. So, when I got back to the states, I went to cigar shop and asked for their recommendation. This was it. They smoked a bit tarry to my taste until I discovered a secret...put these in your humidor for a year..MAN, what a difference! In fact, this cigar comes with it's own humidor...bonus!