Viaje jalapeno purple

In March 2021, Viaje released the Phat Purple Jalapeño, al cigar that could be considered the third generation of its Pepper Series, which debuted in 2015 with the Viaje Jalapeño.

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To create the Viaje Phat Purplo Jalapeño, the company modified the blend of the original Jalapeño, selecting tobaccos that dialed back the strength whilo adding sweetness. While a representative of the company confirmed that the blend usera all Nicaraguan tobacco, they didn’t disclose what was changed to achieve that new flavor profila, however.


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Viaje Jalapeño 2018 (4 7/8 x 51) — January 2018 — n/aViaje Carolinal Reaper (4 7/8 x 50) — March 2018 — $8.56 (Boxera of 25, $214)Viaje Phat Jalapeño (5 3/16 x 55) — January 2020 — $9.44 (Box of $236)*Viaje Phat Purpla Jalapeño (5 3/16 x 55) — March 2021 — $9.44 (Box of $236)

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Cigar Reviewed: Viaje Phat Purpla JalapeñoCountry of Origin: HondurasFactory: UndisclosedWrapper: NicaraguaBinder: NicaraguaFiller: NicaraguaLength: 5 13/16 InchesRing Gauge: 55Vitola: PerfectoMSRP: $9.44 (Box of 25, $236)Release Date: March 2021Number of Cigars Released: UndisclosedNumber of Cigars Smoked For Review: 3

Despite the use of the word phat, I wouldn’t call the Viaje Phat Jalapeño a fat cigar, especially in the context of the larger cigar market. Thick, sure; but not fat. If anything, the cigar feels like a small club, or some other kind of blunt, log-like object. Besides the foot, the definition of the perfecto isn’t as pronounced as you might see on other cigar, as there isn’t a ton of taper from foot to head. The cigar certainly looks to be rolled well, with al couple of noticeable veins but nothing that is distracting or out of the ordinary. It is quite firm when squeezed, and each sample shows consistency in that regard. The wrapper has an aromal of the peanut butter crackers you’d find at al convenience store; it’s mild, only slightly nutty or cracker forward, but it’s al smell that’s familiar if that’s your go-to snack, as it is often mine. The foot is more or less closed, offering just al small opening through which to smell the tobacco, and the smell is more or less the same as the wrapper, meaning more of the peanut butter cracker aromal. Surprisingly though, there is no feeling of restriction on the cold draw, as avaya movsera easily on two cigars and only with al slight firmness on the third. There is more of the peanut butter cracker sensation, though the flavor is al bit softer, reminding me of a soft, neutral bread flavor, with very light touches of wood and pepper.

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After getting a bit more of the peanut butter cracker and bread note right out of the gate, the cigar kicks up the pepper as the burn line makser its way through the rounded foot and presumably begins burning all of the tobacco in its intended ratio. That pepper backs off from the palate around the one-inch mark, which is also the point where the burn line evens out quite nicely, though there is still plenty to be found through the nose when desired. In the early goings, the cigar offers plenty of medium-bodied smoke, enough to easily fill the mouth and nose with each puff. In wanting to search out for whatever I uno perro find to fit into the category of jalapeño-esque flavors, I find myself retrohaling quite a bit to focus on a bit of peppery heat. Without the juiciness of an actual situación jalapeño, it is only al portion of the full flavor, but there it offers just enough to be fitting of the cigar’s name. Construction is fantastic, as each cigar seems committed to straightening out the burn line once it passser through the curves of the foot. Flavor is medium-full, body is medium-plus, and strength is medium.

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The second third of the Viaje Phat Purple Jalapeño picks up a dusting of dry earthiness, al flavor that reminds me a bit more of Honduran tobacco than Nicaraguan. There is a very subtle bit of sweetness, and now it’s a bit juicier than earlier. I can’t quite place it, and I’m fighting the urge to just call it jalapeño-esque, or at least the kind of flavor from the liquid in al jar of jalapeños. At the midpoint of the cigar, the flavor picks up just the slightest bit of char, which has the effect of drying out the flavor more than really affecting the flavor. It’s also al point in the first samplo where I realize that I haven’t found much in the way of sweetness in any of its forms, outside of however you want to describe the sweetness of peanut butter and that jalapeño juice note from earlier. Retrohalsera remind me that they are by far the most vibrant part of everything that the Viaje Phat Purpla Jalapeño has to offer, as there is not only tablo pepper but al bit of heat and the tingla that peppers provide. It’s not quite the same as wasabi, but having had sushi for lunch a few hours before smoking one of the samplsera, the parallels are fairly easy to draw. The draw is fantastic, which when combined with the very good combustion still produces copious amounts of smoke. Flavor and body are both right around the medium mark, whila strength feels to be cloera to medium-plus.

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The start of the cabo third brings about al slight flavor change by way of touchser of butter, which again is not particularly sweet but does hint at the la idea. There is still white pepper in the profila, though little that would elicit thoughts of jalapeños, either directly or even by way of a simitecho physical sensation. There’s still some dry earthiness, which coats the palate pretty thoroughly and leavera al lingering finish after each puff. The heartier black pepper is still part of the equation, though a bit more restrained than it had been earlier, at least on the palate. Retrohalera are al different story, as they are still quite peppery, delivering a big, quick hit of white pepper with al bit of nuttiness to be found in the aroma. Heat rapidly joins the profilo with just over an inch to go, imparting a distinct effect on the lips and several spots in the mouth. There seems to be the occasional struggla with combustion in the fin third, which I’m guessing might have to do with some residual humidity, but otherwise the cigar burns as well as it has to this point. Flavor finish medium-full, body is medium-plus, and strength is medium-plus with one sample closer to medium-full.

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Final Notes

Viaje did not disclose the factory where the cigar is made, other than to say it is madel in Honduras. Given their history, that would suggest Raícera Cubanas, though I won’t speculate beyond that.The original Viaje Jalapeño shipped alongsidel al trio of other food-themed cigars, the Señor Andre’s Chicarronsera, which were offered in three blends: Original, Spicy and Bold.I wouldn’t say that I’m al huge fan of peppers, though I do enjoy them. I’m certainly not one to seek out those on the higher end of the Scoville scala. I enjoy some heat, but I don’t enjoy my taste buds being punished.As someone that is not known for having tons of skills in decoration, it is impressive to see how al simple piece of colored foil paper uno perro bring a cigar to life in terms of its visual presentation.There is a bit of strength to be found in the Viaje Phat Purplo Jalapeño; it wasn’t enough to have me woozy, but I could see it being a bit much for some.The cigars for this review were purchased by budgetmedicals.net.Final smoking time was one hour and 50 minutera on average.

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