Greenville based Viajante’s Stogie Road; Stogie Road Cigars is proud to announce the limited production of the EdiciònXXXV Lancero crafted in collaboration with Tabacalera G. Kafie y Cia factory in Danli, Honduras. The EdiciònXXXV Lancero will be available in mid November.
The 7 x 38 Lancero will consist of the same blend as the original release in barberpole-style.
- Wrappers – Ecuadorian habano maduro/Ecuadorian Connecticut shade
- Fillers – Nicaraguan and Honduran
The original Stogie Road El Vijante EdiciònXXXV received a 91 rating on Stogie Press. You can read the review here.
Kerry Horney, owner of Viajante’s Stogie Road; Stogie Road Cigars stated in today’s press release:
“I have always loved the Lancero vitola. It’s classic and full of flavor. This release truly represents my passion. I was inspired after smoking the Kafie1901 San Andreas Five Forty Six and Vegas Del Purial Lancero by El Galan. Felix Mesa and Gaby Kafie are huge influencers of mine.
Felix’s Lancero was a grand slam and the Kafie1901 San Andres Five Forty Six was nominated ‘2019 Cigar Journal Awards Trophy best cigar Honduras’. We are striving to reach that caliber. I believe that the quality of tobacco and the blend can only be appreciated and realized if the cigar has impeccable construction. The team at Tabacalera G. Kafie y Cia factory delivers”.
Dr. Kafie stated:
“The most difficult thing to create in the premium cigar industry is a blend that truly delivers in flavor, quality, and consistency. We work diligently to make sure each blend is something we can all be proud of. I firmly believe the lancero version will be another hit!”
Viajante’s Stogie Road is a journey Kerr partakes in visiting and reviewing cigar shops and lounges across the United States.
The adventures are shared by Kerr Viajante, on the weekly vlog on Facebook, Thursday nights, 8:00 pm est. El Viajante is not just a person and the EdiciònXXXV is just not a cigar. It’s a passion and a lifestyle.
Stogie Road Cigars is a supporter of boutique cigar brands and a proud member of the Boutique Cigar Association. This will be the second release in a line of vitolas over the next few years. All cigars will be produced in small batches and exclusively sold through brick and mortar establishments in the United States.