|During his second voyage to the New World in 1496, Christopher Columbus revisited western Hispaniola, which is now known as the Dominican Republic. To his surprise, he discovered that the Taino Indians of Hispaniola were smoking leaves of cured tobacco. "Cohiba", they called it. Today, Cohiba remains as much a part of Dominican history as ever. In 978, a Dominican Cohiba cigar was developed by Diaz y Cia. The Dominican Cohiba cigars, which was reformulated in the 1990s, are the only Cohiba cigars that can be purchased legally in the United States. || |
Origin: Dominican Republic, Strength: Mild-Medium, Wrapper: Cameroon, Wrapper Color: Colorado, Binder: Indonesia, Filler: Piloto Cubano, Manufacturer: General Cigars
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Louis G. 11/08/2013 View Details These are my go to Cigars, have been smoking these for years and every one out of the box is perfect.
Jerry M. 09/26/2013 View Details These were worthless - every single one was totally clogged. You had to chop off over half the cigar to be able to suck any air through any of them. Avoid these.
Homayoun H. 09/04/2013 View Details not consistent. burn and draw is sometimes so bad that I have to discard. Unrapping too is once in a while tough and end up breaking the cigar.
Richard A. S. 02/15/2013 View Details Very good and flavorfull. Burn and draw was on par for this premium. I will buy this gar agian.
Robert S. 06/17/2012 View Details Ok taste. 100% perfect even straight back burn and easily stayed lit.
Mickey T. 10/17/2011 View Details If you haven't tried a Cohiba yet, you really should. These are mindblowingly good.
James B. 09/30/2011 View Details Rich in taste. Every bit a first cigar. class
Veronica C. 09/29/2011 View Details bought one just to try...its good but there are just as good if not better cigars out there for way cheaper
jorge r. 09/25/2011 View Details it didnt do it for me i tried it because of all the hype but its just that hype
Steven L. 09/18/2011 View Details