Viaje WLP Hair of the Dog Released at Anthony’s Cigar Emporium

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A new single store exclusive from Viaje appeared today, as Anthony’s Cigar Emporium in Tucson, Ariz. announced the release of the Viaje WLP Hair of the Dog, a cigar crafted in celebration of the retailer’s 23rd anniversary.

According to a post on the store’s blog, the new cigar is a 4 x 52 petit robusto that comes with a covered foot and uses a broadleaf maduro wrapper with Nicaraguan tobacco for the binder and filler. PDR Cigars is making the cigar at is factory in Tamboril, Dominican Republic.

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Production is limited to 150 boxes of 24 cigars, a total of 3,600 sticks. The store is currently selling boxes via its website for $239, which works out to $9.96 per cigar.

It’s a follow up to last year’s Viaje WLP Hangover, a 6 x 54 Nicaraguan puro was rolled at Fábrica de Tabacos Raíces Cubanas S. de R.L. in Danlí, Honduras.

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Anthony’s Cigar Emporium operates four stores in Tucson, as well as a fifth location in Phoenix and an online store.

Images courtesy of Anthony’s Cigar Emporium.

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