Is there any more classic combination than cigars and midnight smoking? With low light, liquor, and maybe some soft music playing? Smoke curls around, intense aromas abound, and it’s...
Is there any more classic combination than cigars and midnight smoking? With low light, liquor, and maybe some soft music playing? Smoke curls around, intense aromas abound, and it’s the perfect ambiance for brooding or forgetting your cares, according to your preference.
Midnight in Spanish, of course, is “media noche.”
The Romeo y Julieta Media Noche cigar features the mandatory dark San Andrés Maduro wrapper. You really can’t name a cigar after anything remotely dark without having a black or dark brown wrapper to go with it – it just doesn’t work. You’re welcome to light up any stick you want at any time you want, but if a cigar maker tries to summon the darkness with a CT shade or candela wrapper, we’re going to laugh.
This cigar joins the likes of the Asylum Medulla Oblongata, Davidoff Winston Churchill The Late Hour, and My Father Le Bijou 1922 as a cigar that features a well fermented and aged dark wrapper leaf. Inside, you’ll find a Dominican binder and filler blend that rounds out the flavor profile. Toast the foot of the Romeo y Julieta Media Noche cigar, and you’ll immediately be treated to the tastes of dark roasted coffee, black pepper, and a touch of honey. It’s the perfect cigar to go with late nights out or in. Fun fact: if you take it out into the sun, it spontaneously combusts, much like a vampire dragged out into the light of day.