Viaje’s Honey & Hand Grenades is back.
For the first time since 2016, the company will release Honey & Hand Grenades, a three vitola Nicaraguan puro that uses a criollo wrapper. A spokesperson for the company said none of the details have changed since the 2016 release, though declined to disclose production numbers.
All three vitolas feature a unique shape: a regular rounded cap with a torpedo foot.
- The Shank (5 1/4 x 52)
- The Shiv (6 1/4 x 50)
- The Rapier (6 1/2 x 44)
“A lot of time went into this cigar… I have been blending it for a long time,” said Andre Farkas, the company’s founder, to Stogie Review in 2012. “It took about four or five months to blend it. It has a unique shape, a Torpedo foot and a round head. All of the names are all names of weapons… after you stick someone, well, the blade gets red, so there is the red foil.”