As a true boutique brand, Viaje has built a reputation for its small batch and limited edition creations. Each cigar is like nothing you’ve ever experienced, and since each blend is totally unique, chances are you would be hard-pressed to find an equal. Through the years, Viaje has worked with some of the most respected cigar makers in the industry to create its JUNTOS (originally called Collaboration) blends. Each iteration is just as exceptional as the last, with the only downside being limited availability. Try one or all of these remarkable blends, and experience true works of art from some of the best cigar makers in the world.
Viaje Juntos 2018 - Viaje partnered with E.P. Carrillo for the latest iteration of this cigar, and has created something truly exceptional with the Juntos blend. This cigar wears an oily Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper and is brimming an all-Nicaraguan blend of long-fillers You’ll experience rich notes of sweet cedar, leather, earth, and an enjoyable, savory finish. This medium to full-bodied, limited edition blend is one to buy and try today!
Viaje Juntos 2016 - This Juntos blend was made with Quesada Cigars in the Dominican Republic. Featuring a dark, oily Dominican Negrito wrapper and Dominican long-fillers, this cigar is nothing shy of complex with some notes of black pepper, cocoa, cedar, some dried fruit sweetness, and roasted nuts.
Viaje Collaboration 2015 - The 2nd installment of the Collaboration/Juntos family of releases found Viaje enlisting PDR Cigars as their tabacalera of choice. Working closely with Abe Flores and his creative team in the Dominican Republic, Collaboration 2015 features a natural Ecuadoran Havana wrapper, double Dominican binders, and a filler blend of choice long-leaf from the Dominican and Nicaragua. Packaged in coffin boxes, these full-bodied gems are packed with notes of red pepper, creamy cocoa and coffee bean, and enough spice to make you check out the band twice.
Viaje Collaboration 2014 - Viaje’s inaugural collaboration blend was crafted with Casa Fernandez Cigars in Nicaragua. This full-bodied Nicaraguan puro is brimming with perfectly-aged Aganorsa long-fillers and wrapped with a chocolate-hued Cojoro leaf. This joint effort is an absolute gem with notes of red pepper spice, dark chocolate, leather, earth, and a slight sweetness.