Criss Cross Cigars produce a number of distinctive cigars that have wide appeal to many different smokers. Criss Cross Cigars are a low-cost cigar that appeals to both cigar smokers, casual smokers and cigarette smokers looking for an inexpensive alternative to cigarettes. The company’s cigars are small, about the size of a cigarette, at 3 7/8”. This small size makes the cigars convenient for carrying in the pocket (they are sold in cigarette sized boxes) and great for when there is not enough time to smoke a full sized cigar during short smoke breaks. The stiff packs also help the cigars to travel well and resist damage.
Criss Cross Cigars are filtered, which makes them easier to smoke with less mess than a traditional cigar. The filter also helps to make the small cigar easier to draw and smoke, unlike many similarly sized cigars that can be difficult to draw through. The filter also prevents the tip of the cigar from becoming damp and clogging while it is being smoked. Criss Cross Cigars are available in a wide variety of flavors to appeal to many different tastes. Flavors available include original, menthol, vanilla, cherry and grape. The flavored varieties also produce a pleasant aroma that many non-smokers will enjoy compared to the harshness of many traditional cigars. In addition to the flavored cigars, Criss Cross also offers a smooth variety. The smooth cigars are designed to allow easy air draw through the cigar to provide an effortless smoke and a mild flavor. Criss Cross cigars are sold in packs of twenty or cartons that include ten packs for a total of 200 cigars.
Criss Cross Cigars are an American made cigar produced by Southern Cross (SX) Brands. SX Brands is headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. In addition to Criss Cross Cigars, the company produces a wide range of tobacco and tobacco related products such as cigarette and pipe tobacco, rolling papers and tubes, e-cigarettes and e-liquids. The company also produces other cigars including Elephant Butts, which are traditionally sized and hand rolled cigars, and also produces Southern Steel and American Steel Cigars, which are similarly sized to Criss Cross Cigars.