The bundles of cigars come in crates of 75, which look like boxes of explosives. You gotta love a cigar box that doubles as a conversation piece, right?. Seriously, we wouldn’t take this thing to the wrong place unless we wanted to get investigated by Homeland Security. If you’re walking through Grand Central, this is not a great choice for cigars.
But at home, if you want something to put your feet up on in your man cave? Viaje Demolition cigars sound about right.
Viaje is a company committed to the boutique style of operations. Instead of trying to secure lines and blends that will be the same from year to year, the company stays nimble, creating production runs when the time is right and the blend is high quality. This can make it hard to find certain cigars when you want them, but the good news is that when you DO get them in your hands, they’ll be great.
Viaje Demolition cigars come in a couple of sizes. The first is a fat Robusto called the Viaje Demolition C-4 cigar, and it measures 5 x 56. For those who prefer classic explosives, there’s the Viaje Demolition TNT cigar, available in a 6.25 x 54 double Robusto.
You might be thinking that these are super strong crazy cigars that will knock you on your butt, but they actually pull back just before going overboard. Most describe these as medium-full when it comes to strength, so you’re getting potency without having to fight for your life.
The tobacco blend is a Nicaraguan long-filler wrapped in Nicaraguan sun-grown Corojo. It’s a traditional leaf mixture, but the flavor profile winds up being decently complex. Instead of the expected pepper note, you get toasty sweetness, orange, and coffee. It’s kind of a wild blend, but that’s kind of what you get when you buy a cigar called “Viaje Demolition.”
It’s a blast.
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Viaje Demolition FAQ's
What are the flavors like?
Toasty sweetness, orange, and coffee.
What’s the strength level?
Who is this cigar for?
People who like blowing things up, obviously.
Will I want to smoke it to the nub?
It’s a good puff.
What’s a good pairing with it?
Bourbon sounds nice here. Widow Jane sounds appropriate for explosives-themed cigars like Viaje Demolition.
What’s the best time/place to smoke this cigar?
After an explosive encounter of any kind.
We may never see these again.