The new Romeo y Julieta Pirámides Añejados and Montecristo Churchill lines from Habanos SA seems to be a very polarizing release according to initial feedback. When these were announced back in December, the whole Habanos world seemed to have an opinion on whether or not the line was legitimately aged, worth the predicted retail prices, and just what exactly Habanos was thinking with a release like this. Tuna and I discussed the topic on one of our shows, and to me I felt it showed forward thinking from the Habanos team. Aging a cigar for 5-8 years, and planning to sit on capital that long is a serious investment. I was able to grab a few of the Romeo y Julieta Pirámides Añejados to see what all the fuss was about. Thus far, I have seen mixed reviews of both releases, with some loving them, while others have issue with the price and value delivered in the smoking experience.