Viaje Winter Classic

In the 5th installment of the White Label Project, Viaje introduces a cigar that is the smallest of the series so far.  Called the Winter Classic, this cigar was made for colder months of the year, mainly in the northern states, where the weather shortens a person smoking time.  Because of this, Andre Farkas, the owner of Viaje, wanted to make a cigar that wouldn’t take longer than an hour to smoke, but still be full in flavor.  Here is what he had to say on the Winter Classic:

“I blended WC with the colder states in mind. I wanted something on the smaller side that delivered flavor without being overpowering.” – Andre Farkas

This cigar uses a Nicaraguan Corojo wrapper with a Nicaraguan binder and filler.  The strength of the cigar is medium-full and took me about 45 minutes to smoke.


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Whom makes the Viaje’s?

The cigars are made for Viaje by Racines Cubanas in Nicaragua by Paul Palmer who also makes cigars for Illusione and his own Casa Fernandez lines.

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