Viaje Teases Full Moon 2015

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It looks like Viaje will have another shipment arriving at retailers before Halloween, as brand owner Andre Farkas has begun teasing what appears to be the release of Full Moon 2015.

Something lurking in the night……….

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The company declined to provide any details about the cigar when asked for comment, and no details have been posted in the comments on either the Instagram or Facebook posts announcing the cigar.

The Viaje Full Moon line made its debut in October 2013, a Halloween-themed cigar in a 5 x 58 robusto gordo vitola using a Nicaraguan Corojo wrapper with Nicaraguan binder and filler. Both the 2013 and 2014 versions were priced at $11.42 per cigar, with 400 bundles of 24 cigars shipped in the debut release and an undisclosed amount produced for the follow-up. Both releases were presented in circular, orange and black boxes that are some of the company’s more elaborate presentations. The cigars also featured two bands that featuring half a pumpkin design, one reading Viaje and the other Full Moon, which could be put together to reveal a panoramic scene.

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One notable change for the 2015 release is the addition of the silver and red Edición Limitada band, which has also graced 2011’s V.O.R. DT and V.P.R. DT, 2012’s Satori, 2013’s Skull and Bones Big Ivan, 2014’s Skull and Bones Cloudmaker.

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