This is my review of the Romeo y Julieta Aniversario Toro. This cigar is produced by the fine folks at Altadis.
I used my punch cutter and single flame torch lighter with this cigar. The cigar lit easily and produced a great amount of smoke. The burn was very even. The initial flavors had some spice and a bit of sweetness. The sweetness comes from the Ecuadoran Sumatra wrapper. Throughout the smoke, the flavor and burn remained consistent and enjoyable.
Overall I really enjoyed this cigar and would recommend it. I noticed near the end that I started to feel the effects of the cigar. I was surprised that it ended up having that kick to it. I also noticed that once I had about an inch left the cigar did get harsh on me. I decided at that point to end the smoke.
Wrapper: Ecuadoran Sumatra
Filler: Peruvian, Nicaraguan, Dominican
Cigar Size: Toro 6 X 54
Smoking Time: 75 minutes
Time in Humidor: 2 days
Cut Type: punch
Light Type: Single Flame Torch
Tasting Notes: Spice, cocoa and a touch of coffee
Video Length: 17 minutes
Price paid: 7.99
5 thoughts on “Romeo y Julieta Anniversaro Toro”
Great Job!! Very Informative!!
Currently smoking Cifuentes Y Cia Partagas 1845.
I have been meaning to ask something but never bothered to do it, when you go to take a puff you do something with your thumb. It looks like you’re doing something like adjusting your ring.
I got a smaller ring size in a sampler when I subscribed to Cigar Mag. it was a great cigar,kinda strong for an R&J.Good review keep up the good work.
Nice review Justin. I bought five of the torpedoes, smoked one and enjoyed it a lot.
It’s definitely my next box purchase.
Took one of these to smoke while on a walk with the dog. The wind affected the burn at the start but no touch ups or relights required. A spicy start that mellowed a bit after the first third. Still a decent cigar and agree with the original reivews.