Limited Release

Pappy Van Winkle Barrel Fermented Cigars: Limited Edition Corona Viva (Box of 10)

  • The Corona Viva is an ode to the cigar enthusiast who enjoys classic cigar sizes and does not necessarily smoke larger cigars. Think of this as the cigar James Bond would smoke: a symbol of subtle yet distinct luxury.

    The Pappy Van Winkle Barrel Fermented Corona Viva is the perfect cigar for cigar smokers looking for a pin-pointed focus on the Barrel Fermented tobacco. Being the thinnest ring gauge Barrel Fermented cigar, the ratio of Barrel Fermented tobacco is highest in this vitola.

    Its smaller size allows it to be easier to travel with, being the perfect barrel-fermented stick for vacations and travel. It also makes it the most approachable to smoke, due to its smaller size, and given that it is in limited production is one of our rarer cigars to enjoy.

    Comes in a lined, custom wooden box with 10 Corona size (5.75 x 46) cigars. Please be advised the seal may be cut as they are randomly selected while going through customs.

WARNING: This product contains nicotine derived from tobacco. Nicotine is an addictive chemical.

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
One of my favorite sticks yet.

Drew Estate was already high on my list, now I almost only buy Pappy's and other Drew sticks. The Corona Viva's are a great taste through to the end. A fantastic smoke to enjoy with a friend or solo, my go to is always a nice cup of coffee....

Nick J.

Pappy Van Winkle Barrel Fermented Cigars: Limited Edition Corona Viva (Box of 10)

Leanne B.
Hubby LOVES these

My husband loves a good cigar, decided to try these and oh my! He loves these and I do too, so smooth and they smell great ( which is the part I like ;)..)

Guerino F.
Excellent Cigar

A fantastic stick. Great flavor and a beautiful ash.

Michael L.
Just awesome

These corona Viva are amazing so hard not to smoke one a day!

Jeff N.
It’s difficulty to use the points

When you worn 600 to 800 an order it’s not ok to only be able to use 25 dollars of points. If they’re earned let people redeem them.