Cool Cohiba Cigars

Cohiba is one of the most well-known cigar brands, and for good reason. In 1966, the brand was said to be created for Fidel Castro and the cigars were manufactured in the El Laguito factory. Today, Cohiba cigars are available in limited quantities around the globe and remain the number one cigar brand in Cuba.


The tobacco used to make Cohiba cigars comes exclusively from the Vuelta Abajo region of Cuba and is some of the finest cigar tobacco available in the country. Some of the leaves that make up Cohiba are put through a fermentation process in barrels, which creates a special aroma that is unique to the brand. Cohiba cigars are generally medium to full strength and have a smooth and distinctive taste.


Cohiba cigars are available in a number of different sizes. If you’re new to cigars and are looking for the perfect one to try, go for the Cohiba Siglo I Cigar. It was created in 1992 to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus’ discovery of the New World. It’s a small cigar with flavours of coffee and mocha and a medium tobacco taste.


The Cohiba Reserva cigar is made with tobacco aged for a minimum of three years and the Cohiba Gran Reserva is made with tobacco aged for a minimum of five years. These two different types of cigar are perfect if you’re looking for something a little special and out of the ordinary.


If you’re looking for something extremely special and extraordinary then you need the Cohiba Behike. The Cohiba Behike is the most premium and exclusive of cigars from the brand. Extremely limited production, the highest quality tobacco and the fact that they are entirely precision made by hand set these cigars apart from all the rest. These are among the most expensive cigars in the world – definitely to be kept for special occasions!


Here at KOL, we have a wide variety of high-quality cigars available to order. Whether you’re a cigar connoisseur or something of a novice, we’ll have something to suit you – delivered to wherever you are in London in 30 minutes day o

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