Romeo y Julieta House of Capulet Toro

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Though Texas has been spared the worst of the frigid winter that the rest of the country has experienced, the opportunities to relax and smoke in comfort have been few and far between. However, recently that situation has réplique oméga montres changed and we are getting more and more pleasant evenings worth sitting with friends, playing some poker, and enjoying cigars on Dan’s back porch.

In selecting my cigar for the evening, I wanted something new and decided to opt for a cigar that was generously provided for review by Famous Smoke Shop, the Romeo y Julieta House of Capulet Toro.

My experience with Romeo y Julieta has been limited. They are very popular, of course, but were still a brand I hadn’t replique montre suisse gotten around to trying. I think it is safe to say that the House of Capulet is the first time I’ve actually paid much attention to the brand but (spoiler alert) I will be paying much closer attention in the future.

To start, this is a very attractive cigar. The cigar itself is beautifully constructed with a smooth appearance and velvety feel. The band is classic Romeo y Julieta, and the styling of the thin white paper that covers the rest of the cigar creates an interesting dynamic, as though it is shrouded in a veil. I could wax philosophical on the possible metaphorical implications here, but frankly I’d rather discuss the flavor profile.

To start, I got an elegant leathery sweetness, a touch of dried plum, and just the slightest hint of brown sugar. These réplique rolex montres continued throughout the first third. Smoke production was also significant, creating excellent plumes of thick white smoke without becoming an overwhelming smokestack.

The second third saw an evolution of the flavors in the first. Above all a vanilla flavor emerged and took center stage with the leather, creating a fantastic combination. It was a truly luxurious flavor combination.

The final third kept those two flavors while adding an excellent crystalline sweetness with just a hint of salt, like fleur de sel sprinkled on top of a sugar cookie. The flavors were complex, but delicate. They seemed to melt as soon as they hit my taste buds.

The Romeo y Julieta House of Capulet Toro is an easy recommendation to make, and more than that served as a winning introduction to the brand itself. I will be seeking out more Romeo y Julieta and adding them to my rotation of fine smokes on a more regular basis.

If you are interested in picking up a Romeo y Julieta House of Capulet for yourself, you can do so right here.