Romeo y Julieta Burgundy Case with 2 Churchill Cigars
A burgundy leather Romeo y Julieta branded cigar case containing two classic medium bodied Churchill cigars, which fit perfectly.
The Romeo y Julieta Churchill cigar is the flagship product of the brand. Named after Sir Winston Churchill himself, who became a devotee to the brand during his post war visit to Cuba. This cigar is the original size but it also comes in Petit, Short and Wide – all of which taste similar. The Churchill is a full flavoured cigar that encompasses everything that is great about Romeo y Julieta. Great burning qualities, complex flavours, a smooth draw and sweetness. To get the best out of this cigar it is recommended that you let it age for at least three year, although it is tempting to smoke it straight away!
- Size : Julieta No.2 (7 ” x 47)
- Strength : Medium
- Wrapper : Corojo
- Origin : Cuba
Romeo y Julieta is one of the most popular Cuban brands and not without good reason. The range of cigars that the brand offers will cater to any particular taste or preference, from a cigar smoking junior with their first Petit Julieta, to a true aficionado smoking a Churchill by the fire. Romeo y Julieta cigars are medium in strength, with a slightly bitter taste along with some sweetness and the classic Cuban profile.
Taking its name from the Spanish translation of the Shakespearean tragedy, Romeo Y Julieta was founded in 1875 by Manin Garcia and Inocencio Alvarez. The brand’s logo is adorned with gold medals, which symbolise the awards won at various tasting exhibitions.
The brand differentiated itself from competitors by offering their more wealthy customers personalised bands for their cigars. This is very much thanks to the salesmanship of Jose “Pepin” Rodriguez Fernandez who acquired the company in 1903. Among its devoted customer base was Sir Winston Churchill.
Rodriguez passed away in 1954 at the age of 88. After this time, along with the Cuban Revolution and nationalisation of the tobacco industry, the company moved to a new home, La Romana in the Dominican Republic. This is where production of Romeo Y Julieta cigars continues to this day.