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.
Vandermarliere Family of Cigars has brought back Cuba Aliados—a Honduran brand made popular by the late Rolando Reyes Sr. in the 1990s—by introducing two distinct blends: the Cuba Aliados by Ernesto Perez-Carrillo is a limited edition release made by E.P. Carrillo while the Cuba Aliados Original Blend is a regular production line being made Julio Eiroa of JRE Tobacco Co.
Macanudo Inspirado Jamao gets its name from two different growing regions: the Jamastran Valley in Honduras and Mao in the Dominican Republic. General Cigar Co. took a habano seed from the Jamastran Valley and planted in Mao, which is used for the wrapper of this cigar.