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Kristoff Connecticut Robusto Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, September 20, 2017
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Kristoff Connecticut Robusto Cigar Review – This 5.5×54 stick features a dark brown buttery soft oily wrapper with a soft even but dense pack, closed foot, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, hay aroma and a large coiled pigtail cap.  First light reveals a loose draw with medium bodied smoke showing a natural sweet grassiness and hay with a rough pepper bit on the short clean finish.  The first third has a vegetal profile with a heavy walnut, grassy sweetness and rough bold pepper on the now long finish.  Hitting the 1/2 way point at 35 minutes the draw snugs to normal, smoke output is high, the ash is still holding on, body is up to medium-full with flavors going to a heavy deep nut and oak with a rough pepper bite lingering on.  Ending at 1:10 the last third burns slowly showing the same profile but adding quite a strength kick matching the body.

  • Richard Trank

    I heard a lot of upper end of the high-scale adjectives, “rough”, “heavy”,” “bold” & “strength kick”. Is this cigar a candidate for aging? If so, of these variables how much change (hopefully for the good) could one expect?

    • Strength fading is the only thing you can predict when aging.

      • Richard Trank

        So cigars don’t age like whiskey. Still, a drop in strength is good news. I wish “rough” was in the same list.

        • Richard Trank

          yes, it was intended 🙂

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