El Viajante changes its name to Stogie Roads and it will be releasing a limited edition lancero. The boutique cigar brand launched its first cigar in March of this year. Just like the regular production, the cigars are made by Tabacalera Kafie in Danli, Honduras.
Viajante Stogie Road is an American vlog about cigar shops and humidors. Owner and founder Kerry was traveling America and visited cigar shops and lounges whenever he had the chance. And he decided to vlog about it, Viajante Stogie Road was born. Viajante means traveler in Spanish, and Kerry was awarded the nickname El Viajante by the owner of one of the lounges he frequented. With the numbers of people following Viajante Stogie Roads on social media, it was time for the next step. That step was to release his own private label. That was launched in March of 2019, under the name El Viajante. But the name changed to Stogie Roads Cigars. That name makes it easier to cross-market the cigars and the social media presence of Kerr Viajante.
The new limited edition
Viajante decided to create a limited edition for Stogie Roads Edición XXXV line. And as a vitola, the classic lancero was chosen. It is a vitola that is loved by Kerr Viajante. “Classic and full of flavor” he said in a press release. Only 5000 cigars have been made, in boxes of 10 cigars. And just like the regular production Edición XXXV, the lancero cigars are dressed as barber poles.
The wrappers used are Habano Maduro and Connecticut Shade, both from Ecuador. The binder comes from Honduras. For the fillers, the company looked at Honduras and Nicaragua.
Stogie Road Cigars are available in 10 American states and in four international markets. The cigars are only available in B&M cigars, not at the large webshops.