From Cohiba.com, “Cohiba begins with tobacco seeds that have been rigorously selected and bred by our team of agronomists. The tiny seeds are raised in climate controlled greenhouses. There, skilled farmers hand-select the very best leaves even before the seedlings are transplanted into the rich soil. This ensures that only the finest tobaccos comprise Cohiba cigars.”
Cohiba Connecticut Toro (6.5×52)
$26.50 – $477.00
There are a lot of Connecticut cigars out there, but this is the only one good enough to bare the name ‘Cohiba’. If you’re looking for that perfect special occasion stick, this is your newest contender. Get a brilliantly flavored Brazilian Mata Fina, Dominican Olor, Dominican Piloto Cubana, and Nicaraguan Jalapa fillers dancing beneath a rich, flavorful Mexican San Andres binder.
Vijay Lamba (verified owner) –
Very smooth and great flavors. Excellent construction. Worth every penny.
Cigar was very creamy and smooth. The draw and burn were flawless. The transition to the 2nd third was my favorite. Smoking time was 1 he 20 min. Very good smoke for special occasions.
ethanporter24 (verified owner) –
Incredibly good cigar. But for 21 bucks… I’m not sure I’ll be buying again with all the other amazing sticks I’ve tried for half the price. Yes, the blend is a mouthful, and it really is a damn enjoyable smoke from start to finish. I just don’t know if it’s a $21 stick. Definitely recommend giving it a shot if you haven’t tried one for a special occasion.
Trevor Hill –
20 dollar cigar is a bit steep for another Connecticut that in my opinion still cant rival the sobremessa for 2/3 less. not a bad smoke. Very smooth and creamy. Great stick but, Cohiba riding the brand name leaves a sour taste in my mouth