|Length||5 1/2 Inches|
A modern re-creation of the original Cuban brand, Romeo y Julieta 1875 carries smooth and mellow taste that's about as "classic" as it gets. Crafted using Indonesian shade-grown wrapper leaves around a medium-bodied blend of Dominican binder and filler tobaccos, Romeo y Julieta 1875 boasts a beautiful burn and smooth and toasty flavors of aged cedar, nuts, coffee, and spice for a well-balanced, creamy smoke that you'll want to savor time and time again.
By John on Jul 29, 2022
Haven't smoked these yet, but I am confident that they will be up to the fine standard and condition that most of the cigars from BCP meet.
By Albert on Jul 12, 2022
Really enjoy all of the different Romeo Y Julieta cigars but the 1875 is my favorite smoke. Very smooth and a very easy smoke.
By Ronald on Nov 4, 2021
have purchased over the years, always smooth mellow smoke
By George on Aug 26, 2021
By steve on Jul 25, 2019
By Marvin on Nov 22, 2018
By Jose on Oct 24, 2018
GREAT CIGAR AND PERFECT DELIVERY TIME
By david on Oct 26, 2017
Great cigar,but sometimes constucted poorly.
By Steve on Sep 7, 2017
By Mark on Aug 2, 2017
By enrique on Jul 27, 2017
By Alan on Jul 7, 2017
Great taste. Always Fresh.Good value
By Dan on Jan 25, 2017
Nice smoke, but I now prefer the Romeo Y Julieta Bully. Suits my taste a bit better.
By Robert on Dec 14, 2016
Great smoke. Mild taste
By steven on Dec 6, 2016
Well made, great draw and an enjoyable smoke.
By Joseph on Jul 12, 2016
By Christian on Sep 16, 2014
The Macanudo Gold Hampton Court and the Romeo Y Julieta 1875 Cedro Deluxe #2 share some similar qualities. For starters, they are both made in the Dominican Republic, and both have natural wrapper shades. The Gold Hampton Courts are listed as a mild-bodied cigar, and the Cedro Deluxe #2's are listed as a medium-bodied. You'll find that these cigars have a very similar flavor profile, with the Romeo's being just a bit stronger, probably due to the Colorado Claro wrapper with its smooth, medium-bodied flavors. The Macanudo Gold's feature a Connecticut wrapper, which is known to be very mild.
By Neil on Feb 28, 2011