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Cohiba BLACK

(23 Reviews)
Cohiba Cohiba BLACK The CAO Black line is perhaps the closest thing to a classic the company offers. The company founder, Cano Orzinger, was a pipe maker who decided to branch out into cigar making. Thanks to his vision and entrance into the cigar market at the right time, his cigar business soon surpassed his pipes in popularity. Notable for its mind-bending innovations, CAO started out more sedately with this cigar. A blend of Nicaraguan, Dominican, and Mexican tobaccos comprise the filler, an Ecuadorian Connecticut the wrapper. No bells, no whistles: Just a fine-tasting cigar. As you would expect from CAO, the construction of this cigar is solid through and through. It has the easy draw and steady burn that are hallmarks of the CAO brand. Medium-bodied, it has a dry finish and an incomparable aroma. This cigar is just excellent. It received a perfect 10 out of 10 score from Cigar Buyer magazine when it was first released. First released in 2005, finding a CAO Black may present as much of a challenge as finding a parking space in Midtown Manhattan during the Christmas season. The CAO Black is essentially a limited release. Each box is numbered, so these are truly considered to be a collector’s item. The CAO Black is made in very small production runs these days. They’re rare, but it is a sin against the cigar gods to allow these fine cigars to languish forever in that special corner of the humidor. The CAO Black was made for relaxation. Smoking one of these after an awards dinner where you garnered all the top honors qualifies. Go home, take off your shoes, light up a precious CAO Black, and reflect on what set you on this path. Allowing a CAO Black to languish in the back of the humidor would be a waste. CAO Black Reviews: CAO Black Mosaic - While steaks were marinating in some over-the-hill Inglenook Estate Bottled 1977 Gamay Beaujolais (yep, thats what I use this stuff from the family stock for), I marinated myself in 3 mojitos while enjoying a CAO Black Mosaic. CAO Black Storm - The CAO Black Storm is a good cigar at a great price. The one I had, had a few sun spots on the wrapper leaf but finished with a nicely rounded cap. A very loose draw and a ton of smoke on every puff. CAO Black Bengal - A friend suggested these to my wife because she likes mild cigars that don’t bite. I tried one and we both really like them, a rarity for us! The flavor is unique – peanuts and warm bread, some leathery taste nearer the end. Cohiba 4 stars, based on 23 reviews 5 bestRating
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ABOUTCohiba Black

The CAO Black line is perhaps the closest thing to a classic the company offers. The company founder, Cano Orzinger, was a pipe maker who decided to branch out into cigar making. Thanks to his vision and entrance into the cigar market at the right time, his cigar business soon surpassed his pipes in popularity. Notable for its mind-bending innovations, CAO started out more sedately with this cigar. A blend of Nicaraguan, Dominican, and Mexican tobaccos comprise the filler, an Ecuadorian Connecticut the wrapper. No bells, no whistles: Just a fine-tasting cigar. As you would expect from CAO, the construction of this cigar is solid through and through. It has the easy draw and steady burn that are hallmarks of the CAO brand. Medium-bodied, it has a dry finish and an incomparable aroma. This cigar is just excellent. It received a perfect 10 out of 10 score from Cigar Buyer magazine when it was first released. First released in 2005, finding a CAO Black may present as much of a challenge as finding a parking space in Midtown Manhattan during the Christmas season. The CAO Black is essentially a limited release. Each box is numbered, so these are truly considered to be a collector’s item. The CAO Black is made in very small production runs these days. They’re rare, but it is a sin against the cigar gods to allow these fine cigars to languish forever in that special corner of the humidor. The CAO Black was made for relaxation. Smoking one of these after an awards dinner where you garnered all the top honors qualifies. Go home, take off your shoes, light up a precious CAO Black, and reflect on what set you on this path. Allowing a CAO Black to languish in the back of the humidor would be a waste. CAO Black Reviews: CAO Black Mosaic - While steaks were marinating in some over-the-hill Inglenook Estate Bottled 1977 Gamay Beaujolais (yep, thats what I use this stuff from the family stock for), I marinated myself in 3 mojitos while enjoying a CAO Black Mosaic. CAO Black Storm - The CAO Black Storm is a good cigar at a great price. The one I had, had a few sun spots on the wrapper leaf but finished with a nicely rounded cap. A very loose draw and a ton of smoke on every puff. CAO Black Bengal - A friend suggested these to my wife because she likes mild cigars that don’t bite. I tried one and we both really like them, a rarity for us! The flavor is unique – peanuts and warm bread, some leathery taste nearer the end.
Cohiba Cohiba
The Cohiba brand takes its name from the Carib Indian word for tobacco. On their second voyage to the New World during the years 1493-96, Christopher Columbus and his men first encountered the natives of a Caribbean island smoking a strange plant. The island of Hispaniola became the Dominican Republic a few centuries later; this is where Cohiba cigars are still made today. With this long history behind it, the Cohiba brand launched in 1978. With the change in times and tastes, Cohiba made over its blends in the 1990s and these are what today’s cigar enthusiasts will encounter. Cohiba offers several lines and each extends a different smoking experience. Smoking a representative cigar from each could be the basis of a fine evening with fellow enthusiasts. There’s something for nearly everyone with this brand. Cohiba Red Dot The Red Dot is the Dominican rendition of the classic Cuban Cohiba with a filler of Piloto Cubano, a binder of Indonesian Jember, and a wrapper of Cameroon. The Red Dot will certainly remind smokers that this how a Cuban is supposed to taste, robust and full of flavor. It delivers a complex sensation to the palate, with notes of coffee, nuts, cream, citrus, and the merest touch of pepper. Cohiba Black The Cohiba Black was made in pre-Castro Cuba and was said to be his favorite cigar. He ruined a good thing by nationalizing the tobacco industry. The Cohiba Black is now made in the Dominican Republic, a dark cigar full of truly memorable robust flavor. Superbly aged Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro envelopes the satisfying filler blended from Dominican, Mexican, and Nicaraguan tobaccos and bound with a sumptuous sun grown Dominican Piloto Cubano. As you can imagine, the Cohiba Black offers rich dark coffee, chocolate, and a gentle sweetness in its taste. Cohiba XV The Cohiba XV, short for Extra Vigoroso, is a supremely stimulating and robust cigar. Filled with Cuban-seeded Nicaraguan and Dominican Liguero, bound in aged Connecticut Broadleaf, and wrapped in an Ecuadorian Sumatran, you will experience caramel, chocolate, and spice. Whatever your cigar-smoking pleasure, you owe it to yourself to experience the depth and richness of the Cohiba brand. Each line has its own specific treasures that lie in store for the adventurous cigar aficionado. Enjoy a Cohiba premium cigar in late afternoon or after sunset with appropriate appreciative companions. No matter what time it is, the day will be better for having smoked one of these.
 
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