Romeo y Julieta Cazadores boasts origins dating back well before the Castro revolution. It is a product that almost seems to have ended up by chance in the brand, which has always been associated with cigars that are not particularly strong and impetuous. The opposite applies to the Cazadores, which has always boasted a reputation as an outsider compared to the brand.The vitola de Galera, Cazadores, is shared only with one other Cuban product, the Fonseca No. 1.
It is offered in 25 count boxes, bundled in aluminum foil, a feature designed to provide the product a longer aging margin in the medium-long term.
Usually, the cigar comes dressed in a Colorado shaded wrapper, which varies to Colorado-Maduro, with reddish reflections. To the touch, it is silky, with only some tiny veins present. The construction is excellent, as is the filling.
- Country of Origin: Cuba
- Size: 43 x 162 mm (6.38″)
- Wrapper: Cuba
- Binder: Cuba
- Filler: Cuba
- Price: $ N.A. – € 12
Romeo y Julieta Cazadores: unlit, well-defined aromas of spices and earth are perceived, enriched by nutty nuances.
In conclusion, the Romeo y Julieta Cazadores does not disappoint the expectations of being a rustic and strong cigar. However, the strength does not overshadow the vibrant aromas and alternate lively throughout the smoke. The cigar is even better after a couple of years of rest.