Viaje White Label “Stuffed Turkey”

This week we look at a cigar that I have only been hearing good things about. This cigar made by Viaje which came out around Thanksgiving time with a name that makes you think of delicious food, the “Stuffed Turkey”.

Size: 5 x 60 Robusto Gordo 

Wrapper: Nicaragua

Binder: Nicaragua

Filler: Nicaragua

Strength: Full

Price: $9.95

First half of this cigar has a nice nutty and almost oaky flavor to it, with a little spice on the retrohale. But towards the middle of the cigar there was a little more creamy smoke and more nutty and leather tones.

Second half I got more of almost the exact same through this whole cigar. Now I didn’t expect to get much out of this cigar considering the size of the ring gauge. But I guess I was just hoping this cigar would have been better.
All around this cigar was just a cigar, nothing special and quite frankly not worth the $10 price in my opinion. Now if this stick was $5 or $6 and a smaller gauge then I probably would have liked this cigar a lot more but for now it didn’t really do it for me…

13 Responses to “Viaje White Label “Stuffed Turkey””

  1. Nice review young man. One day you will fine a cigar that you like. Until then I’m getting a box of these just because you weren’t impressed. :) Smoke up!!

  2. Cigarlifter Says:

    It sounds interesting enough I don’t think the $10 would stop me from buying it I just might have to give this one a try. The flavor notes sound good even though simple. It would be a nice addition to my collection. You could buy me some for XMAS?

  3. Interesting name ! Liven the written review mate nice job.
    Cheers MT

  4. Griff

    I could not agree with you more, this smoke was not complex and it in my mind was not a 10$ smoke. However as you see people will still chase the itf and htf.

  5. Short & sweet written review. We’re definitely going to have a do a video co-review when I invade Chicago.

  6. abraxas828282 Says:

    Thanx for the review Mike. I got one of these just to try from Two Guys in NH. I liked it but I do agree, it was not complex and not worth the price. If it was under $5 it would be a possible everyday maduro.

  7. Nice Review Mike, I haven’t had much time with Viaje Products you can’t find them locally and I have only had the Holiday Blend which didn’t impress me. If my B&M had them i would try the brand more but I’m not really searching these out. Merry Christmas buddy

  8. gotta try these!!

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