This La Gloria Cubana, which was made exclusively for the Asian market in 2015, is one of my contenders for Cigar of the Year 2016. I have smoked it several times in Hong Kong and I like it more and more.
This major cigar used to be one of the legends of Cuba in the 1990s, but as we all know,...
Of course, this cigar has not been released on the market since 1991, but it remains a legend.
This was a cigar developed with the world's biggest seller of Cuba cigars, Phoenician. The company had a prestigious tasting in Havana in 2015 during the Habanos festival to finalize the blend and wrapper and this is what they finally delivered.
This was released in 2012 and was the first ever Gran Reserva from Cohiba. It smokes wonderfully now with so much spice and richness.
I loved this smoke when I first tried it...
Five years of tobaco, five years of age...
The smallest of the trio of Behikes, this 52 is one of the best I can remember smoking. I usually prefer it the least.
As I wrote already, it’s one of my all-time favorite Habanos and constantly delivers rich character of tobacco, leather, cedar, and cocoa as well as an underlying mineral or minty flavor.