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After more than a decade in the humidor, it’s time to take a look at one of Viaje’s more interesting looking experiments: what happens when you put caps on both ends of the cigars.
Viaje’s 15th Anniversary cigars return. Sort of.
One of only two Viaje cigars made at TABACALERA LA iSLA in the Dominican Republic so far, the Mofongo gets its name from a popular dish throughout the Caribbean.
In 2020, Viaje added Buckshot as an extension to its Super Shot family of cigars. This year, Buckshot got its sophomore release.
After a hiatus in 2021, the Viaje Holiday Blend came back in 2022 with a pair of vitolas, including a chubby, petite belicoso designed to resemble a Christmas tree.
This year’s Viaje Skull and Bones M?stery is a 5 x 56 box-pressed robusto gordo. The rest of the details are a mystery.
Viaje’s newest Japanese-inspired creation is The Geisha, a 6 3/4 x 52 perfecto that comes in two different blends: one is covered in a San Andrés wrapper from Mexico, while the subject of my review incorporates a Corojo ’99 wrapper grown in Nicaragua.
When Viaje announced that it was releasing a new Birthday Blend, it didn’t announce that it was releasing this version.
Viaje’s second Amuse-Bouche cigar changes things up by using a Mexican San Andrés wrapper instead of the Nicaraguan habano used for the original.
Through the years, Thanksgiving has become been one of Viaje’s bigger release holiday schedules: in fact, the holiday has been the impetus around a number…
Viaje is well-known for releasing annual editions of its cigars, several of which are centered around holidays, while others get their inspiration from a variety…