Kristoff Corojo Limitada Torpedo

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  1. Ray

    Kristoff Corojo Limitada Torpedo

    KristoffOrigin : Dominican Republic
    Format : Torpedo
    Size : 6 1/4 x 52
    Wrapper : Nicaraguan
    Filler : Nicaraguan
    Binder : Nicaraguan and Dominican
    Price : ~$9 each

    Glen Case’s Kristoff cigar company has been through some rough times since its inception thanks to distribution and production problems. They have however gotten the attention of the world with high-quality premium cigars like the Kristoff Corojo Limitada Torpedo. The stogie is made largely from Cuban seed Dominican Habano tobacco. Production of this cigar is limited to about 16,000 per year—thus the higher price point.

    Appearance : [rating:3.5/5]
    This cigar has a somewhat rustic appearance with some prominent veins. The dark brown wrapper has an almost bluish sheen in the light. This immediately grabbed my attention and made me curious. The pre-light aroma is nondescript cedar.

    Construction : [rating:4/5]
    The draw for the Kristoff Corojo Limitada Torpedo is great, and the ash holds on well. The burn had some issues around the middle third, but with a correction I got that squared away.

    Flavor : [rating:3.5/5]
    The most prominent notes in this cigar from start to finish are cedar and pepper, just as I would have gathered from the pre-light aroma. In the beginning there was a bit of citrus, probably orange, and near the end, some cherry came out to play with the pepper and cedar. The strength is medium to full, probably closer to full. The finish has a nice smoky flavor. While I enjoyed the flavors, I would have preferred a little more complexity. As it was, the notes which came and went seemed almost random to me.

    Value : [rating:3.5/5]
    There is nothing at all wrong with the price which Kristoff sets for this cigar. At $9 at stick, this is pushing toward a higher-end cigar, but the quality is high and the scarcity of the tobacco needed to make the stogie justifies it completely. That said, I wouldn’t have minded a more even burn at that price. Then again, that might have been just this cigar.

    Overall Rating : [rating:3.5/5]
    This is a rather good cigar. The flavors were a bit flat to me personally, but if you are a cedar lover, this stogie is an absolute must-try. For those who like full bodied smokes, this is also an excellent choice. The flavor profile is distinctive, and the price for the Kristoff Corojo Limitada Torpedo is very reasonable, even though it may seem high at first.

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    • Rick B

      Bought one of these torpedo cigars last summer. It was the best cigar I have ever smoked. But I am a rookie as up ’til then have only bought the sale cigars at Thompsons. I just got addresses of 2 cigar stores in my area. I will buy a few more to see if they are as good as the first one I bought. If they are I may just stick with it. A couple of months ago I bought a box of I believe the cigar of the year for 2012 called Flor de las Antillas. I only smoke cigars in the summer with a nice glass of wine and it is mid winter with 3′ of snow so they are in my humidor ’til then…can’t wait ..

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Cigar Region Dominican Republic
Filler Nicaragua, Dominican
Wrapper Nicaragua Corojo Habano
Binder Dominican Habano
Length 6 1/8
Ring Gauge 52
Vitola Torpedo
Construction Hand Made