The mighty Cameroon! This famed leaf stems from Sumatra seed and has since taken on its own unique character when grown in the unexpected region of Cameroon, Africa. This is an exotic region that is known to be somewhat dangerous for cigarmakers, though ultimately worth the effort, as the thin and toothy leaf makes for complex smoking experiences.
Case in point is the Kristoff Cameroon cigar, a well-made specimen that combines an extensively aged Cameroon wrapper (seven years) with a Dominican Habano binder and fillers of Nicaraguan and Dominican Habano leaves. The cigars are rolled at the boutique-minded Charles Fairmorn Factory in the DR, boasting top-tier craftsmanship that includes intricate pigtail caps atop each cigar.
What does the Kristoff Cameroon cigar taste like?
The Kristoff Cameroon cigar is medium to full in body and spicy-sweet in character. Starting with a dry texture, the smoke begins with fiery red pepper and earth, eventually building a sweetness that compliments the former flavors, not unlike cinnamon bear candy and gingerbread cookies.