Kristoff Guardrail cigars are a regular production line whose name refers to an incident that Kristoff founder, Glen Case, kept buried until this release. The name “Guardrail” refers to a serious motorcycle accident Glen had several years ago. While taking a curve, his back tire slid out and Glen and the bike met the steel barrier at 65 mph. Eight hospital days later, Glen was better. (Turn the cigar band over to see his guardian angels.)
Made in three popular sizes, Guardrail is a medium-full cigar blended with a dark Brazilian Arapiraca wrapper over a Dominican binder and fillers from the Dominican Republic. And in what could be called a Kristoff exclusive, Guardrail also has a rare and unique-tasting filler leaf from the Burma Valley of Zimbabwe, Africa. The blend is complex, issuing notes of caramel, French Roast coffee, cocoa, sweet cedar, and accents of allspice with a creamy finish. Affordably-priced, add a box of Kristoff Guardrail to your cart now.