La Geisha de Viaje inspired by Japanese culture


Viaje cigar brand owner Andre Farkas releases a cigar called The Geisha which is his homage to the country of Japan. The cigars will be available in two different packages and packaged in a two-compartment bento-style container. Retailers can expect The Geisha to start arriving the first week of July.

“My interest in Japan dates back to my childhood,” said Farkas cigar lover. “My father is a seventh-degree black belt and a world-renowned martial arts instructor, so I was exposed to Japanese culture from an early age. In 2010, I released my first line of cigars inspired by Japanese, Satori. In 2016, I made my first trip to Japan. The trip had a profound impact on me. It was during this trip that I started thinking about La Geisha.

The Geisha is offered in one size, a perfecto that measures 6 3/4 inches by ring gauge 52, and will have a suggested retail price of $15 each, before taxes.

Farkas also cited his interest in Japanese whiskey as a factor in creating this version.

Viaje La Geisha is manufactured at the Aganorsa Leaf factory in Nicaragua. Shipped in boxes of 28, the cigars are divided into two trays, one containing the natural wrapper cigars, while the other contains the Maduro.

The natural wrapper is Nicaraguan Corojo ’99 tobacco leaf, while the Maduro is Mexican San Andrés. The in-house tobaccos are entirely Nicaraguan and grown by Aganorsa.

Production is limited to 400 boxes and Farkas said cigar lover that The Geisha will return to the market although there is no set date.


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