Actually, not so Krumme.
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 blend with some interesting spice flavors. You can untwist them and enjoy the cigars individually, or try to burn them all together.
NOTE: The packaging below identifies the number of culebras. So, for instance, the pack of 8 contains 8 culebras, but when unraveled equals 24 cigars total.
Villiger Krumme has recently undergone a packaging & name update. They are now known as Villiger Culebras, and are the same cigars packaged two culebras to a box, and 5 boxes per sleeve. So in a sleeve of 5 2-packs, you will receive a total of 30 cigars.