Jas Sum Kral Kralot about the be released
Jas Sum Kral Kralot about the be released. Jas Sum Kral is ready to release the Kralot. This cigar has been in the making for at least two years. We have smoked the pre-release over a year ago. We loved it, but Jas Sum Kral owner Riste Riatevski did tweak the blend for this final version.
The cigars are from Tabacalera de Aragon in Esteli, Nicaragua. The wrapper is a Mexican San Andres leaf. Jas Sum Kral did not disclose the filler and binder. But Halfwheel mentioned a double Nicaraguan binder. One from Ometepe and one from Somoto. The filler is Nicaraguan too, from Condega, Esteli, and Jalapa. When we reached out to Jas Sum Kral, owner Riste Ristevski said that he may have leaked the blend at the IPCPR trade show.
The Kralot will come In a 7×50 vitola, named Robusto Extra. But there are line extensions to be expected in the coming year. The Kralot Lancero 7×38 and the Kralot Petit Corona 4×44 are in the making. We can’t wait for the Jas Sum Kral Kralot to reach the international markets.
Jas Sum Kral
Jas Sum Kral is the baby of Macedonian American Riste Ristevski. After years of smoking almost exclusively Cuban cigars, he got disappointed. Disappointed in the quality of the Cuban cigars in the last few years. Not just the quality of rolling. The declining quality of the tobacco isn’t to his liking either. That’s when Ristevski started to think about creating a brand. He got on a plane to Nicaragua and within a few hours, he created a blend. With the help of master blender and cigar manufacturer Noel Rojas. The Jas Sum Kral Red Knight is born.
With the Jas Sum Kral name, Ristevski honors his ancestry. It is Macedonian and means “I am King”. Other lines from Jas Sum Kral have Macedonian names as well. Unpronounceable for those that are not familiar with the language. With a strong fanbase in the United States, Ristevski is now growing his business internationally as well. With distribution in several European countries and opportunities in Asia.
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