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Romeo No 1 Tubos

Age is something that this cigar responds nicely to as it’s spicy flavor calms down and results in one of the best machine made cremas produced in Cuba today.  Can it be smoked the same year it was produced?  Why not.  Many people, myself included, love the Romeo profile and have no problem with the sharp spicy flavor that this 40 ring gauge, 5 and a half inch cigar has to offer.

Many people have different views and opinions on how to store a tubed cigar.  Some say that it’s best to take the cigar out of the tubes as they rest in the humidor.  Others say that it doesn’t make a difference as to whether or not they stay in the tubes or not.  One good reason to keep the cigars in the tubes is on the off chance that if you may end up with a dreaded beetle infestation, only the one cigar with the beetles will be affected, all others will be safe.

Does a cigar stay moist in a humidor if it is in a tube?  Most certainly.  Moisture has a way of getting into each and every tube, keeping the tobacco as moist as the air in your humidor.

These are some of my favorite tubos, I always have a few in my humidor and the convenience of taking them with me when I go out at night, slipping one or two in the breast pocket of my jacket is yet another reason to smoke them!

Oh yeah, one more thing.  Great price!!