Cigar reviews – 99 words or less
Silver, gold, and brown. It is an odd mix of colors. These hues combine in the band for the Kristoff Habano Robusto. Add in the pigtail cap and a majestic chocolatey brown Brazillian wrapper, and you’ll be taken aback. It is unique, just like the Brazillian Sumatran binder. Bitter notes extended themselves on the cold draw. The first inch tasted like nitro cold brew coffee. Then, candied fruits took hold, dancing with intermittent blasts of bitter chocolate. Chocolate dominated until the final third when coffee joined to form mocha. The flavors quickly divorced, leaving only coffee at the conclusion.