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Blog post of review: https://tinytimblog.blogspot.com/2021/02/kristoff-vengeance-toro-6-14-x-54.html

(Description taken from Cigar-coop.com website)
In 2018 came word that Kristoff Cigars was bringing back a line called the Vengeance. The Vengeance was one of the earliest blends released by Kristoff and its company founder Glen Case. At the time Vengeance was released, Case’s company was known as Exclusive Brands. As the Kristoff-named brands became a bigger part of Case’s portfolio, a decision was made to rebrand the company Kristoff Cigars. In 2011, another decision was made to rebrand Vengeance as the GC Signature Series – where it remains a part of the portfolio this day. Now seven years later, the Vengeance is back – this time with a different blend. It’s also branded with the Kristoff name and is called Kristoff Vengeance. Today we take a closer look at the Kristoff Vengeance in the Toro size.

The original Vengeance and now Kristoff GC Signature Series features a Brazilian Maduro wrapper. Case and Kristoff Cigars are known for using a wide variety of tobaccos from around the world. One wrapper that Case had not previously worked with was Connecticut Broadleaf. The rebranded Kristoff Vengeance becomes the first Kristoff Cigar to feature this wrapper.

Blend and Origin
The Kristoff Vengeance isn’t just the original Vengeance or GC Signature Series with a new wrapper. It features an entirely new blend with tobaccos from four countries. The cigar is produced at the Charles Fairmorn factory in the Dominican Republic.

Wrapper: Connecticut Broadleaf
Binder: Indonesian
Filler: Nicaraguan, Dominican
Country of Origin: Dominican Republic.
Factory: Charles Fairmorn

Vitolas Offered
The Kristoff Vengeance is available in four sizes. Each is presented in 20-count boxes.
Robusto: 5 x 50
Toro: 6 1/4 x 54 REVIEWED TODAY
6 x 60: 6 x 60
Perfecto: 6 1/2 x 60

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