Romeo y Julieta Pasión Heads to JR Cigar

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On May 1, JR Cigar will be the home of a new Romeo y Julieta, the Pasión.

The line features a Ecuadorian habano wrapper, American binder and fillers from the Dominican Republic and Honduras, which is billed as a medium-bodied profile. It is being made at the Flor de Copan factory in Honduras and is offered in four sizes:

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  • Romeo y Julieta Pasión Belicoso (6 1/8 x 54) — $9.50 (Box of 20, $151.95)
  • Romeo y Julieta Pasión Magnum (6 x 60) — $9.75 (Box of 20, $155.95)
  • Romeo y Julieta Pasión Robusto (5 1/2 x 48) — $9 (Box of 20, $143.95)
  • Romeo y Julieta Pasión Toro (6 x 52) — $9.25 (Box of 20, $147.95)

“Everyone, from the farmers, to those involved in the preparation of the tobacco, to the people crafting the cigars, work so passionately and with amazing enthusiasm,” said Rafael Nodal, head of product capability for Tabacalera USA, via a press release. “They talk about their lives, their families, their experiences and discuss it all with such fervor and love, it is impossible to ever forget. The passion they have for their work, for their children, for their home and life in general shows in the quality of each cigar,” he said.

The Romeo y Julieta Pasión line is available for pre-order on JRcigars.com and will begin shipping on May 1.

Image courtesy of Tabacalera USA/JR Cigar.

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