Kristoff Ligero Criollo Churchill
Kristoff Ligero cigars are patiently handmade in the Dominican Republic. At their core is a blend of well-aged Cuban-seed Dominican and Nicaraguan longfillers, snugly nestled in Cuban-seed Dominican binders. Cuban-seed Honduran Criollo wrappers flawlessly surround the core. The cigars burn true, showing a medium to full-bodied brew of toasted nut and caramel notes, undertones of cedar, and some spice on a sweet finish. This is a must-try cigar for the serious aficionado!
After smoking all the Ligero's, double, triple, straight, you name it, The Kristoff is by far the best tasting, best constructed cigar of them all. I've smoked cigars that cost three times as much from all over the world, and The Kristoff is the leader by far.
Smoked my first Kristoff on the recommendation of local tobacconist and was very impressed with the smooth flavor, even burn and wonderful construction. Problem is that he cannot keep them in stock. As a substitute I tried the maduro wrapper, but found the ligero much more flavorful. The heavy maduro seems to round off some of the ligero's more subtle flavors. Recently ran into a bit of a soft spot on one cigar, so am going to nick the consistency down a bit. This is now my go to cigar for Friday afternoons on the deck.