Kristoff Switches Things Up With Latest Series
Kristoff Cigars are known for making pigtailed smokes with uncut feet but their latest project changes things up a bit. Owner and brand founder Glen Case is excited to reveal plans for what he says is the next generation of Kristoff. The new cigars will be sold under the Kristoff Galerones Series and are the first new cigar from Kristoff Cigars in two years.
The series will be comprised of four new blends that will be more traditional and made without their known pigtail and uncut foot. Glen Case told Cigar Insider that the packaging will be different along with the tobacco used in these new cigars. Case went on to explain that one of the blends will feature a San Andres wrapper from Mexico while another will use a Cubra wrapper from Brazil.
“In most of these blends I’m using a fair amount of Nicaraguan Esteli filler, which I haven’t used,” Case told Cigar Insider.
Each blend will have a robusto, toro and torpedo size. Three of the four blends will also have a hefty 6 x 60 size, while the mildest of the four will have a Churchill. The cigars will sell for around $10 to $11.50 a stick.