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Cohiba

  • Cohiba Serie M Limited Edition

    $149.50$300.00

    The very first American made Cohiba cigars crafted in El Titan de Bronze in Miami. This toro sized limited edition cigar (only 5000 boxes made) has a fantial cap and closed foot. It uses a Nicaraguan corojo wrapper, another first for Cohiba. Filler tobaccos include Dominican piloto cubano, Nicaraguan Estelí and Nicaraguan Jalapa; the binder is also from Nicaragua.

    Your box ships with a Boveda pack and your fiver ships in a humidified resealable bag. Stay smokey folks! 🙂

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    Weller by Cohiba 2021

    $99.75$159.99
  • Cohiba Black

    $59.00$437.32

    OK. So here we are looking at Cohiba Cigars. We all know that the Cohiba name is probably the most recognizable name in the cigar industry throughout the world. If you’ve smoked one of the real Cuban Cohibas over the last few years, if you’re honest with yourself, you may want to quietly admit that it wasn’t worth the astoundingly expensive price it cost.

    General Cigar’s dogged determination to retain the property rights to this icon has been long fought and hard one. I have to say that the Cohiba cigars readily available to all of us rival the Cubans on many levels. Yes, they are pricey. But considering the time, effort, amazing quality, craftsmanship and selection of tobaccos that go into each style, is well worth the price of admission.

    The Black edition was introduced in 2006. It’s proprietary blend of tobaccos were aged three years before release. The result is a long burning, super smooth medium to full bodied taste that is so satisfying you’ll forget about the price and hesitate to share them! I can’t think of better gift as well.

    Origin – Dominican Republic

    Filler – Dominican

    Binder – Dominican

    Wrapper Type – Connecticut Broadleaf

  • Cohiba Serie M

    $149.95$269.95
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    Cohiba Spectre 2021

    $999.99

    Cohiba Spectre 2021 Toro (6.5” x 52)

     

  • Cohiba Red Dot

    $88.51$440.06
  • Cohiba Nicaragua

    $49.00$234.11

    You know the name. When this Nicaraguan Cohiba came to market it received a 91 rating for starters. When Cuban Cohiba smokers tried it they did a double take! When I was given a small corona to try, I couldn’t believe the robust yet smooth full bodied taste of this little guy! If you’re a mild to medium guy, move away from this one unless you’re game for an eye opening experience and introduction to a whole new level of taste. Buckle Up!

    Origin – Nicaragua

    Filler – Nicaraguan

    Binder – Nicaraguan

    Wrapper Type – Honduran-Oscuro

  • Cohiba Blue

    $32.00$186.06

    OK. So here we are looking at Cohiba Cigars. We all know that the Cohiba name is probably the most recognizable one in the cigar industry throughout the world. If you’ve smoked one of the real Cuban Cohibas over the last few years, if you’re honest with yourself, you may want to quietly admit that it wasn’t worth the astoundingly expensive price it cost.

    General Cigar’s dogged determination to retain the property rights to this icon has been long fought and hard won. I have to say that the Cohiba cigars readily available to all of us rival the Cubans on many levels. Yes, they are pricey. But considering the time, effort, amazing quality, craftsmanship and selection of tobaccos that go into each style, it is well worth the price of admission.

    The Blue line was recently added offering us mere mortals a four country blend yielding a medium bodied gem for a friendly price point that has the unmistakable Cohiba Signature. Try a five pack of any size and you’ll see what I mean!

    Origin – Dominican Republic

    Filler – Dominican-Honduran-Nicaraguan

    Binder – Honduran

    Wrapper Type – Honduran

  • Cohiba Macassar

    $88.00$237.90

    In case you didn’t know, Macassar wood is rare. The six country blend of highly selected dark leaf tobaccos used in this masterpiece have been aged six years giving this extraordinary cigar a complex medium to full bodied taste that is as hard to find as the Macassar wood the box is made of. This stick is perfectly made with a smooth draw and yields huge volumes of aromatic smoke. Each size listed here requires a time commitment of at least an hour. Grab a glass of your favorite libation and you’ll forget about the price! Just think how much better they’d get if you let them age a while. I highly recommend any box of 10. The box they come in is worth the price of admission.

    Origin – Dominican Republic

    Filler – Dominican-Mexican-Nicaraguan

    Binder – Connecticut Broadleaf

    Wrapper Type – Connecticut

  • Cohiba Connecticut

    $63.99$349.86

    OK. So here we are looking at Cohiba Cigars. We all know that the Cohiba name is probably the most recognizable one in the cigar industry throughout the world. If you’ve smoked one of the real Cuban Cohibas over the last few years, if you’re honest with yourself, you may want to quietly admit that it wasn’t worth the astoundingly expensive price it cost.

    General Cigar’s dogged determination to retain the property rights to this icon has been long fought and hard won. I have to say that the Cohiba cigars readily available to all of us rival the Cubans on many levels. Yes, they are pricey. But considering the time, effort, amazing quality, craftsmanship and selection of tobaccos that go into each style, it is well worth the price of admission.

    When Cohiba Connecticut was released in March of 2019, we all looked twice at the nearly flawless, golden Connecticut wrapper. Was this a Cohiba that could offer those folks who enjoyed smooth medium bodied cigars and join the club?

    This is a Cohiba that’s as welcomed with morning coffee as it is with an after dinner whiskey. Smooth, cool burning, consistent and unmistakably Cohiba!

    Origin – Dominican Republic

    Filler – Brazilian-Dominican-Nicaraguan

    Binder – Mexican

    Wrapper Type – Ecuador Connecticut