Cohiba Cigars
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  • Most cigar aficionados agree that Cohiba cigars are simply the best there is
  • It pulls the best of any cigar, not too fast and not too slow, just right
  • The Cohiba Esplendido is my personal favourite
  • Each style has the delicious Cohiba tobacco, but with a slightly different taste

    • by Jessie Bahrey
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      Most cigar aficionados agree that Cohiba cigars are simply the best there is. A trip to Cuba is a must for anyone wishing to enjoy the taste and smell of good cigars without going broke, but if you are willing to spend the money, you can find good Cuban cigars in cigar stores around the world-except for the United States, of course. Given their reputation, Cohibas are the most popular, and the most expensive, choice, but most of us who love cigars agree that they are worth the cost.

      The Cohiba Pyramid is the rarest, even in Cuba.


      The torpedo shape, tapered towards the drawing end, tends to concentrate the strong flavours of its particular tobacco mix. The draw of this cigar is smooth and even, and the length and size makes fit nicely in your hand. The aroma of the pyramid is stronger than most Cohibas, but not stronger in the bitter sense but rather a sweet way. In fact, the Pyramid is just a sweet cigar, period. It pulls the best of any cigar, not too fast and not too slow, just right. It burns slowly, but never gets too strong at the ...

      • end of the cigar. My husband and I have shared many Pyramids, and it is a great excuse to sit and relax for up to an hour.

        The Cohiba Esplendido is my personal favourite. It is longer and thinner than the Pyramid, and therefore takes longer to smoke, draws easily, and has a slightly less strong aroma and flavour. It is the mildest and sweetest of all the Cohibas, and it is truly ‘splendid.’ It is the second most expensive of this brand, followed closely by the Siglo V. It is a wonderful cigar, but with a

        stronger flavour than the others; it is slightly wider and shorter than the Espledido, but is the most famous of the Cohibas. After the Siglo V, there are the Siglo I-IV, all excellent choices. Each style has the delicious Cohiba tobacco, but with a slightly different taste.

        Even though the price of the Cohibas in the rest of the world is ridiculously expensive, in Cuba, if you are lucky enough to go, they are very reasonably priced. These cigars are aromatic and tasty, and I have yet to meet anyone, even non-smokers, who don’t love smoking them.




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