Romeo y Julieta 1875 Reserve Maduro

No. 4/ 5 × 44

Naturally sweet, and loaded with chocolate, coffee, nuts, and fruit, The Romeo y Julieta 1875 Reserve Maduro No. 4 cigar was so darn delicious, that I immediately had another! This premium blend of three nation fillers, covered with an oily, jet-black wrapper, is truly a maduro cigar lover’s dream! However, don’t take my word for it, pick up a pack of 5 and find out how good it is for yourself.

  • $23.90
  • $32.45Save$8.55

  • Length5
  • Ring44
  • Wrapper TypeConnecticut Broadleaf
  • BinderNicaragua
  • FillerDominican Republic / Nicaragua / Peru
  • OriginDominican Republic
  • StrengthMedium
  • Wrapper ColorDark Brown / Maduro

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Romeo y Julieta 1875 Reserve Maduro

3 Reviews

I purchased a Dominican sampler that had a variety of cigars in brands such as Romeo y Julieta, Montecristo, and Casa de Garcia. There were several medium bodied cigars in the sampler, but the 1875 Reserve Maduro was my favorite. It has a richness and warmth that make all of the sweeter notes (maybe cocoa?) blend together seamlessly in a non-nauseating way. Now, I am a fan of hazy and other strong bodied IPAs, to give you a reference, and I'm also a fan of dry red wines (usually merlots or cab's), but I don't think this cigar is too strong for the more mild pallet. A problem I had with most other cigars is that there was always one note that left a somewhat sour taste that made it seem less worthy of smoking. Usually they had a complex flavor that I could tell wasn't targeted for my pallet, though there were others in the pack that I liked such as the R y J Cabinet Seleccion and the Montecristo Platinum. By far the Romeo y Julieta Maduro was and is one of my favorite cigars, and it happens to be the only cigar I have ever finished in one night and enjoyed. It was good when I lit it before I had anything to drink, and remained good after I had some pale ale and pizza to eat (don't judge me, it was a splendid occasion). The aroma is great, it simply fits dead center in my pallet. I am somewhat of a beginner, I started smoking cigars earlier this year in the Dominican Republic on vacation, but I'm familiar with looking for flavour notes


Romeo’s are always good, and this maduro wrapped gem is a perfect example. Mellow with a touch of sweetness what a great cigar this turns out to be.


Great tasting cigar as all the Romeos are, flavorful but with a lot of different nuances of flavor coming thru the cigar, reasonably priced when you get them on the auction at a great price at Jr.