::: ROMEO Y JULIETA :::
 
Cigar Classification
 
Romeo Y Julieta Matavillas 8
Romeo Y Julieta Tacos 2018
Romeo Y Julieta Belicosos
Romeo Y Julieta Gran Reserva Cosecha 2009
Romeo Y Julieta Royal
Romeo Y Julieta Royal (Tubo)
Romeo Y Julieta Piramides Anejados
Romeo Y Julieta Coronita en Cedero
Romeo Y Julieta Belvederes
Romeo Y Julieta Regalias de Londres
Romeo Y Julieta Petit Corona
Romeo Y Julieta Exhibition No. 4
Romeo Y Julieta Mill Fleure
Romeo Y Julieta Cazadores
 
ROMEO Y JULIETA - LIMITED EDITIONS
 
Romeo Y Julieta Capuleto (Ltd. Edition 2016)
Romeo Y Julieta Romeo Deluxe (Ltd. Edition 2013)
 
ROMEO Y JULIETA - CHURCHILL
 
Romeo Y Julieta Churchill
Romeo Y Julieta Churchill (Tubo)
Romeo Y Julieta Petit Churchill
Romeo Y Julieta Petit Churchill (Tubo)
Romeo Y Julieta Short Churchill
Romeo Y Julieta Short Churchill (Tubo)
Romeo Y Julieta Wide Churchill
Romeo Y Julieta Wide Churchill (Tubo)
Romeo Y Julieta Churchill Anejados
 
ROMEO Y JULIETA - TUBO
 
Romeo Y Julieta Tubo No. 1
Romeo Y Julieta Tubo No. 2
Romeo Y Julieta Tubo No. 3
 
ROMEO Y JULIETA - CEDRO DELUXE
 
Romeo Y Julieta Cedro Deluxe No.1
Romeo Y Julieta Cedro Deluxe No.2
Romeo Y Julieta Cedro Deluxe No.3
 
 
ROMEO Y JULIETA - CLUB
 
Romeo Y Julieta Club – Pack of 20
 
ROMEO Y JULIETA - MINI
 
Romeo Y Julieta Mini – Pack of 20
 
ROMEO Y JULIETA - PURITOS
 
Romeo Y Julieta Puritos – Pack of 5

 

 

 

How To Spot a Fake Romeo Y Julieta

Romeo y Julieta is one of Cuba’s larger cigar brands, with a vast portfolio of sizes. The brand’s origin dates back to 1875. The band is a glossy red with white lettering, ornate gold borders and detailed coins. While the Romeo y Julieta band is consistent across the entire brand, there are some slight modifications for a few of the sizes. The Romeo y Julieta Churchill, along with Short Churchill, Wide Churchill and Petit Churchill, all contain secondary bands that are gold with black lettering. The Romeo y Julieta Cedros de Luxe No. 1 places the band on the cigar’s cedar sleeve, while the cigar itself is naked. 

1) Lines To The Band’s Edge
The gold lines that run inside the ridged-gold border should run all the way to the edge of the band. If these lines do not extend to the end of the red background, the band may not be authentic. 

2) Clear Detail On Embossed Coins 
The three gold coins that are featured on both sides of the Romeo y Julieta logo should be raised and detailed. Run your finger over the coins and examine the detail closely. Any flattened areas or imperfections in the silhouettes of the faces will be a telltale sign of a fake band. 

3) Embossed Borders
The gold beaded borders that run on the outside of the red background, as well as the ovals found at the center of the logo, should be raised.

4) Lettering
Previous iterations of the bands once contained the words “Rodríguez, Argüelles y Cia.” Some fakes may contain that stamp, but current authentic Romeo y Julieta cigars will have the brand name up top with Habana, Cuba (separated by a small white dot) below it. At the center, the band now reads “Desde 1875.” 

5) Gold Beads On Border
Pay attention to the consistency of the gold beads that make up the border. There should be an equal amount of space between each one, and the embossment should be even throughout.