RATED 93 BY CIGAR AFICIONADO!
Expect the unexpected when you light up a San Cristobal cigar! This is one meaty and surprising cigar, especially on the flavor profile which deliver notes of savory leather, toasty, woody, dark fruit, red wine, even a touch of charcoal and a spicy finish. The San Cristobal is dark, oily with a firm draw and a very white ash as you smoke your way through it.
Culminated in the fertile soils of Nicaragua, San Cristobal cigars were born after two years of blending and the skillful hands of grandmaster Jose Don Pepin Garcia (of My Father Cigars) using a leathery, Nicaraguan Corojo wrapper as well as Cuban-seed Nicaraguan longfillers. We can't speak highly enough about this stogie as it truly is expertly constructed with a Cuban style triple cap, it burns beautifully, and tastes even better than it looks. The San Cristobal cigars were first introduced in 2007 and have been earning ratings between 89 and 93 by Cigar Aficionado.
If you are in the mood for a medium to full-bodied rich, yet balanced smoke with an array of flavors to please your palate, then the San Cristobal is the way to go. Take it up a notch this weekend!