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Cohiba Edicion Diamante Gigante 6" * 60
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Toro, Full, Natural, from Dominican Republic
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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.
The standard Toro shape is 6 inches by 50 ring.
Most cigars are round in shape, as this is how the cigars are rolled by the torcedor.
This cigar is 6 inches long, or 152.4 mm.
Most cigars are manufactured in the Caribbean and Central America.
The Dominican Republic is the world's first producer of cigars. Most factories are located in Santiago, in the center of the island, and in close proximity to the tobacco fields grown in the fertile Cibao Valley. While tobacco and cigars have always traditionally been produced in the Dominican Republic, many Cuban cigar makers established in the Dominican Republic after the Cuban communist revolution, elevating the quality of Dominican cigars.
Cigar Ring Gauge
The cigar ring gauge corresponds to the diameter of a cigar, this cigar has a ring gauge of 60, so his diameter is 60/64 inches or 23.88 mm.
Cigar wrapper color varies from green (Double Claro or Candela) to black (Maduro or Oscuro) with a full range of browns in between.
Natural wrapper, also known as Colorado Claro, is light brown in color.
Handmade cigars are completely made by hand from start to finish.
General Cigars/ST Group
General Cigar Company manufactures premium cigars in several factories located in the Dominican Republic, Honduras, and Nicaragua. Founded by Edgar Cullman, Sr. in 1960, the company experienced incredible success with their Macanudo brand. After a series of acquisitions throughout the years that made General Cigars one of the largest cigar manufacturers in the world, the company merged with Scandinavian Tobacco Group (STG) in 2010.
The wrapper is the last tobacco leaf to be rolled on the cigar, so it is the one the smoker will see.
Cameroon wrappers are grown in the East part of the country. The growing area spreads over the eastern border, into the Central African Republic. Wrappers are air grown, without fertilizers and pesticides, by small farmers. The average plantation size is about one acre. The seed is originally from Sumatra, introduced in the country just after WWII.
The binder is a full tobacco leaf that is used to roll the cigar, binding the filler tobaccos together.
Dominican Republic Piloto Cubano
Filler is the term used to describe the tobacco inside a cigar or the "guts" of the cigar.
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Awesome one of my favorite
I hate to give a so-so rating for a cigar like this. I simply wasn't impressed. Good looking. 60 ring gauge is definitely a different smoke. It was entirely too hot the whole time even after given time to cool. The flavor profiles weren't to my liking but may be for someone else. It take a good hour and a half to get to the nub. I personally won't be ordering it again but was definitely a fun cigar to break out with a friend.
Excellent cigar, very nice rich full flavor. Draw is great, and burns beautifully. A masterpiece to all Cohiba's, and well worth trying.
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