Viola y Orsino (Spanish: Viola and Orsino) is a Cuban cigar company. They run ads in the local Havana Sun newspaper. Its logo depicts an omnic climbing a ladder to greet a human woman on her balcony.
- Viola and Orsino are characters from the Shakespeare play Twelfth Night. Viola, and her brother Sebastian, arrive in Orsino's lands after they are shipwrecked, often depicted during a storm; this may be a reference to Hurricane Fernand, which is covered in the article the advertisement is placed under.
- The brand is a reference to the Cuban cigar brand Romeo y Julieta.
- Although the brand is named for Twelfth Night, the logo depicts a scene more similar to the famous balcony scene of Romeo and Juliet. This is likely due to the reference to the real-world brand, which also depicts the balcony scene in its logo.
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