Cigar Review: Romeo y Julieta Perlado

Basic Information: Romeo y Julieta Perlado

Manufacturer – Romeo y Julieta

Size – Robusto

Wrapper – Ecuadorian Connecticut 

Tobacco Blend – Columbia, Dominican, Nicaragua 

Pricing – $8.10

Body – Mild


This Romeo y Julieta Perlado is light walnut in color with tiny veins and visible lifted seams. 


Aroma – Brown Sugar, Maple 

Type of Cut – Straight

Cold Draw – Brown sugar and Raisin 

After Toast:

First Third – Creamy nut notes and brown sugar with spice start this off followed by a finish of toast. A nice mild bodied smoke. The burn is sharp and ash holds through the third.

Second Third – Cream, cedar and toast all cram into this mild body smoke. A slight pepper is on the finish that lingers. The burn remains sharp and ash fell at the halfway point.

Final Third – Cream and cedar with a baking spice note finish this mild smoke off. 

Suggested Pairing:

Wine – Gloria Ferrer Carneros Cuvee

Scotch – Aberfeldy

Overall Experience:

This Romeo y Julieta Perlado is a really mild bodied smoke experience that gives a lot of the flavors you would expect out of a Connecticut wrapper. The notes were pronounced and distinguishable where I think anyone could pick them out if they knew what they were looking for. A great cigar to start a beginner on as it won’t over power them. I would smoke this again.