Kristoff Sumatra cigars are the latest blend from this increasingly popular boutique cigar line. The blend consists of Dominican and Nicaraguan longfillers, plus a Brazilian binder, rolled in glistening, rich-tasting Ecuadorian Sumatra wrappers. The smoke is creamy, earthy and medium-bodied with enticing notes of spice and sweetness on the finish. If you enjoy the other Kristoff cigars, you'll want to dig in to this luxurious Sumatra selection. Order a box of Kristoff Sumatra now, and discover this scrumptious new line.
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Smoked this cigar after not having smoked one in about a year and was pleasantly blown away and the very desirable flavor. This cigar had impeccable construction, but the flavor lingered with butter rum notes--so much so I didn't want it to end. A fantastic smoke.
All around good smoke for the value. Just not much smoke when puffing lol
I love this cigar. It is currently my favorite. Do not buy it on Cigar Auctioneer, so I can win it every time it comes up for auction. This is one great cigar.
This is a superior cigar, loaded with flavor and consistency. A great draw with a hint of spice. Oily wrapper with excellent construction. You wont be disappointed.
Great taste... but that darn thing was too tightly packed.
A thick but smooth smoke with a spicy kick. Recommended for a casual smoke or if your with friends and your not looking to reach for the topshelf.
I picked up this cigar along with a whole host of other Kristoff's and chose this one to smoke first. It started off a little rough in the draw was very firm and little smoke on the palate. But after the first 1/2 inch, she opened up with copious volumes of smoke with that rich Sumatra flavor, oh boy! I had to touch up twice, once at the beginning inch and once at the last inch. No veins I could see.I paired this with a Hoegaarden Wheat and later sweetened tea. If you can stand the strength and fullness of the torpedo, this cigar deserved a shot. Might not make a regular in the humidor, but once a year is definitely an option.
I've only tried one Sumatra outdoors during cold weather. For more than the first half of the cigar, the draw was exhausting. Initially, I thought the v-cut had something to do with it, but after cutting the cap off, the draw didn't improve. More than half way through the cigar, the draw eased up, and the taste was good. The Sumatra burned even throughout. However, the taste and even burn wasn't enough to compensate for the draw. Will try again in warmer weather.