In a never ending quest to conquer the summer cigar market, last year Viaje added a new cigar to their mid-year releases, a uniquely shaped cigar with a triple cap on both the head and foot and named for a popular and highly-charged explosive: the Viaje C-4. The cigar joined an existing lineup of the Summerfest and TNT, a 6 1/2 x 54 Double Robusto with a long pigtail designed to look like a fuse.
Like most annual releases from Viaje, not much has changed from the 2011 edition, which Brooks reviewed here. The cigars are packed in 75–count industrial-looking crates with stenciled writing, and the band is once again placed in the middle of the cigar with just the name of the cigar printed on it. There’s no mention of Viaje on the cigar, just on the box in the form of Viaje Demolition Co.