COHIBA 1966 EDICION LIMITADA 2011

COHIBA 1966 EDICION LIMITADA 2011

$330.00$2,700.00

Length 6 1/2
Ring Gauge 52
Shape Double Robusto
Taste Spicy
Strength Medium to Full

Description

COHIBA 1966 EDICION LIMITADA 2011

COHIBA 1966 EDICION LIMITADA 2011. This Habanos Edición Limitada commemorates the 45th anniversary of Cohiba, and was made in a unique format specially selected for this occasion. These 10 Habanos with a dark wrapper dressing have been made totally by hand using a selection of the finest tobacco leaves (top leaves of the Tapado – shade grown black tobacco plant) found in the plantations of San Juan y Martínez and San Luis in the Vuelta Abajo region of Cuba. Produced in very limited quantites, this vitola is only available in a layer box of 10 units in a Boite Nature (BN) box. Where are cohiba cigars made, are cohiba cigars cuban

Where are cohiba cigars made

It isn’t often that Cuba releases a Cohiba for its Edición Limitada program, but last year, the El Laguito factory rolled a 6 1/2-inch-long, 52-ring-gauge cigar, wrapped it in a dark leaf of Cuban tobacco, gave it a pigtail cap and called it the 1966—and it was delicious. No, it’s not a Behike or a Siglo VI, but a thick cañonazo extra (as they’re called in the factory), and the cigar really impressed us with its profound coffee bean flavor and even combustion.

Are cohiba cigars cuban

Cohiba is a brand for two kinds of premium cigar, one produced in Cuba for Habanos S.A., the Cuban state-owned tobacco company, and the other produced in the Dominican Republic for US-based General Cigar Company. The name cohíba derives from the Taíno word for “tobacco”.

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Quantity

Single, Box of 10