I love diversifying my vocabulary. It comes in handy all the time. From playing Jeopardy to crushing my feeble minded friends at Scrabble. I just can't get enough. And aside from being legit handmades, Kismet cigars also taught me a new word. “Kismet” means fate or destiny. After sampling the whole line, one thing is for sure. They are truly destined for big things. It all starts with a fantastic blend of six – count ‘em – six different types of tobaccos, all grown in various, fertile regions of the Dominican. The most impressive of the bunch being the wrapper. A feisty Corojo leaf dating back to 2006. This leaf adds a nice spicy, leathery element to the creamy, coffee-esque core. All in all it's going to take a lot of people by surprise. Just remember that I gave you the inside scoop on this one first....
In early 2014, Cigar Aficionado performed a vertical tasting on the Kismet line. Not one, but two of the sizes were rated a respectable 90 points. Here's what they had to say about the Destiny and Luck, "A well-made, tawny-colored cigar that is toasty and pleasant. Notes of leather and earth also come through before a maple sweetness...Coffee and earth flavors become nutty, building to a cedary, spicy finish. This well-balanced cigar is skillfully rolled and smokes well."
“an attractive wrapper and solid construction,a little snug on the draw and easy to light the first half inch was great with a ton of flavor then quickly settled down to uneventful.i hate it when a cigar stars out promising and changes to boring. the casino gold from this group was better and remained interesting to the nub.”
CB of Saint Petersburg, FL
“I CAN'T BELIEVE HOW GOOD THIS CIGAR IS WHEN I TRY IT TOTAL AWESOME ,I THINK ,AND I'LL TEL YA I SMOKED A LOT OF
CIGARS IN MY TIME ..TRY IT THERE GOOD”
TM of QUAKERTOWN, PA
“Received a Kismet as part of the Cigar of the Month offerings. Very smooth, pleasant and not over-powering. Mild to medium would be my judgement on this stick. Great aroma. Definitely will try again with coffee.”