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The boss's cigar.
Kristoff GC Signature Series is hands down one of the most intriguing blends to bear the Kristoff name. Due to producing rich, chewy notes of oak, molasses, dried fruit, and cocoa, along with a spicy-sweet finish, it's easy to see why. The word on the street is this blend is the personal favorite of Kristoff owner and creator Glen Case. And honestly, I don't blame him one bit. On the outside awaits a Brazilian Maduro wrapper, boasting a gorgeous oily sheen. Tucked just beneath this leaf a long-filler, Cuban-seed core of Dominican, Honduran, and Nicaraguan tobaccos secured by a Honduran binder. If you're asking me, I'd have to say that a ton of people will enjoy this full-bodied, flavor-packed handmade.
The Kristoff GC Signature Series earned an impressive 91-rating, noting: "Near black with a thick pigtail cap and uncut foot. First puffs show straw-and-hay flavors leading to leathery notes that become sweeter"
It sucks that I am a novice and cannot give this review the decency that it deserves for the rest of you. I am about half way through a Gordo (6x60) and I am rather enjoying it. I think it would be much better with a coffee than the Bud Light I am sharing it with. l am a huge port fan however I have neglected to pick up any quality stuff since I started smoking. I think that this would pair well with a glass of it. The Molasses and cocoa are there. Rolled pretty tight had to take a little more of the end off to get a good pull, however it is burning cool and even; surprisingly as my local smoke shops humi is less than desirable, and this only spent 2 nights in my humidor. Approaching the last third and a little spice starting to happen, still not that harsh and still enjoyable for a "Full". At $8.00 a stick at the local I will have to find another source before smoking more. The wife is not liking the price tag on my new hobby!