3 responses

  1. Frank
    November 18, 2011

    I’m lost with those Viaje releases. Not only I can’t find most of them, but it appears (from your reviews) that they are not really worth chasing. I think something like a “best boutique cigars” guide must be released :)


  2. Aaron
    November 18, 2011

    It is extremely difficult to find the limited release Viajes (which equals approx 90% of all Viajes). It is usually the same stores that always get the limited releases though. Tower Cigar gets the best ones though. When Andre makes a good cigar, it is incredible, but I got the feeling that most of the releases this year need about a 6mo to a year to really come around to good smoking sticks. Probably the best cigar of 2011 is from Viaje- review coming soon.


  3. Zen Cigar
    December 3, 2012

    My review

    It’s an odd shape really, closed at both ends. I cut the foot a little before I light it. First few puffs and it reminds me some of the Skull & Bones blend, but it seems to not have as much punch.

    Viaje C4

    It is nice and leathery, with a little pepper on the tongue. As it heats up there are a few off notes, but they fade, giving way to more leather and some coffee notes.

    Overall I enjoyed it, as it had some great flavors, but it may need some time to come around.

    Rating: 83 (B)


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