Romeo 505 Nicaragua by Romeo y Julieta

Romeo 505 is the first Romeo y Julieta cigar made in Nicaragua (505 refers to the country's area code) and with all Nicaraguan tobaccos. In a partnership with Altadis and their "Grupo de Maestros" blending team, these dark Romeos are made by the Plasencia family with a Habano Jalapa wrapper and binder, and Habano leaves in the filler from Esteli, Condega and Jalapa. A richer, fuller bodied smoke for a line that has been around for decades thanks to its superb quality.
  • Cigar Origin
    Nicaragua
  • Strength
    Full
  • Wrapper Color
    Maduro
  • Wrapper
    Habano
  • Binder
    Habano Jalapa
  • Filler
    Nicaraguan Habano
  • Rolled by
    Handmade
  • Manufacturer
    Plasencia Cigars
Churchill, Full, Maduro, from Nicaragua
Romeo 505 Nicaragua Churchill 7 * 50
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Robusto, Full, Maduro, from Nicaragua
Romeo 505 Nicaragua Robusto 51/2 * 50
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Toro, Full, Maduro, from Nicaragua
Romeo 505 Nicaragua Toro 6 * 52
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Torpedo, Full, Maduro, from Nicaragua
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About: Romeo 505 Nicaragua Toro 6" * 52
Pretty good cigar, medium bodied
About: Romeo 505 Nicaragua Robusto 5"1/2 * 50
It has been a LONG time since I've smoked a Romeo y Julieta. If you've followed my reviews, you might be able to guess why I decided to light this one up - it's Nicaraguan! My favorite country of origin for tobacco is the highlight here, being that it is the very first RyJ to utilize it to the fullest extent; it features 100% Nicaraguan tobacco AND is rolled there as well. Naturally, I knew at the very least that I would probably LIKE the cigar, but I was surprised at how much I actually did. I happen to love box-pressed cigars, so that was already a point in its favor, but once it was lit and about an inch in, I already knew it would be my next Staff Pick. There was a momentary blast of spice in the very beginning, though that subsided fairly quickly and opened up into a very rich, leathery note that never let up. Earthy notes are also detectable, and hints of cinnamon showed face as well. No relights were needed, the burn was more than fair, and the cigar just looked and felt well constructed. I encourage you to try this one, especially if RyJ had perhaps gotten a bit lackluster as it had for me in recent times. Cheers!