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!
This is a stick that requires seat belts before you light up. That and a hearty meal upfront. Smoke this stick slowly. Otherwise, you find yourself on your knees with drool all the way to the floor. It's a kick ass cigar. Absolutely delicious. All the things you want in a cigar are here. Spiciness, creaminess, earthy, twinges of cocoa and espresso. But it will sneak up on you. I recommend making even the robusto last up to 90 minutes. You will be rewarded and your knees will be clean.
This thing was a total surprise to me. Was expecting an average smoke and instead got Frank Zappa rolled up in a cigar. Fantastic taste, burn & draw. The retrohale just floored me. Definitely worth the scratch. Recommended.
very good cigar for the end of a tedious day with a nice highland single malt, relaxing smoke. a solid medium full flavored smoke with hints of cedar, leather and a sweet tartness on the retro. love these!
I enjoy a creamy tasting cigar and this cigar delivers. Taste to me is the most important feature. The burn was not great, but I don't mind touching up cigars. There is a little more nicotine in this cigar, so be careful newbies. Go slow and enjoy.