Villiger Original Krumme has to be one of the strangest cigars I've ever seen, but it's uniqueness is much of the appeal....and it's surprisingly tasty too. This traditional Culebra - 3 cigars braided into one - is a little difficult to describe. So I'll just defer to some choice phrases from the manufacturer's description: 'plaited by female hands,' 'old Cuban tradition from fine and damp cigars.' That says it all right?
Either way, they're something I'd suggest trying. A rich and ultra-earthy smoke with some interesting spice flavors. You can untwist them and smoke the cigars individually, or try to smoke them all together.