Kristoff Kristania hails from the same boutique factory in the Dominican as the rest of the Kristoff line, where each cigar is carefully crafted from top-notch tobaccos before undergoing a series of strict quality control measures. So why the cheaper price? Honestly I don't know, but Scout's honor the only thing you'll take heed of are a few more bucks in your wallet. Dressed in a dark brown Nicaraguan Criollo wrapper and supported by a core of Dominican Habano long-fillers, each cigar produces a rich medium-bodied profile. Notes of espresso, cocoa, vanilla, gentle spices, and natural sweetness all enter the fray before a long satisfying finish. De-lish from start to finish and starting well under $5, highly enjoyable indeed.
Got one of these in a Kristoff sample pack a few months ago, Nice flavors however it's a tight draw, not much smoke output. It smokes like a mild cigar, but the flavors are incredibly smooth and take it to a medium strength, the draw takes away from the enjoyment of the cigar.