January 23, 2012
From what I can find online, and from what Glen Case (owner of Kristoff cigars and all around one of the nicest guys you will meet in the cigar industry), told me the Corojo Limitada is the fullest in strength cigar they have in production at this time.
A quote from the Kristoff Cigars Official webpage "The new Corojo Limitada is for the fan of Nicaraguan tobacco. Nearly a puros Nicaraguan blend, this medium-full bodied cigar is loaded with spice, nutmeg, toasted nut and a sweet-spicy finish. Made with 100% Habano seed tobacco that is double and triple fermented, the Corojo Limitada maintains the Kristoff tradition of flavor and smoothness. The signature of Kristoff Cigars."
I tend to lean more towards Nicaraguan cigars in my personal taste, so the quote above sounded good. On to the review...
Ring Gauge: 54
Wrapper: Nicaraguan Corojo
Filler: Nicaraguan & Dominican
Smoking Location: New Havana Cigars
Final Third and Final Thoughts
My final thoughts on Kristoff Corojo Limitada? While it's not the strong cigar I thought I was getting, it was still a very entertaining cigar. After burning an inch in, I thought to myself that this might be kind of boring, but I was wrong when met with the pepper in the second and the cedar in the third. Like I mentioned in my intro to this post, I would say this is another blend from Kristoff that a hardcore smoker or someone new to the hobby could smoke and enjoy.
Would I buy it again? Yes, I will keep some of these around.
Would I buy a box? This is not my personal favorite in terms of flavor profile, so I would pass on a full box.