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A High Polished Lacquered Wooden Box of 20 Cigars
This Reserva Cosecha 2014 pays homage to one of the most emblematic vitola in the brand. All the tobacco leaves for these Habanos come from the Vuelta Abajo region of Cuba and have been aged for a minimum of 3 years to give a silky smooth smoke that develops from rich almond and leather flavours to like having a blanket of cashmere and vanilla laid gently over the tongue. A truly delectable cigar.
FIDEL CASTROS SPECIAL RESERVE! The Linea Classica range provides a very smooth, medium to full strength smoke, bursting with typically complex, Cuban flavours. The very finest, hand selected, Cuban leaves are reserved specifically for the Cohiba production line and guarantee an exciting, complex and perfect smoke. The Cohiba cigars are by far the most recognisable and sought after cigars and even a glimpse of the Yellow and Black band will excite any educated cigar smoker.
The Cohiba Robustos cigars are a beauty to the eye. A well constructed, beefy cigar with a medium Brown almost shiny wrapper, which beholds a multiple textured, complex smoke. The Robusto burns well and produces a firm grey ash. The cigar is firm to hold and has a sweet woody aroma. The cigar begins with a slight salty taste and then progresses to a creamy taste of leather, spice and coffee. The Linea Classica are not a mild cigar and the heavy guage exaggerates this feeling for those who enjoy an intense, full bodied smoke.
Individually boxed: The Cohiba Reserva Cosecha are packaged in their own individual branded gift boxes inside an outer gift box with the embossed Cohiba emblem. The cigars are kept in our humidors until dispatch and preferably should be stored in a humidor as soon as you receive them. If you are planning on smoking them within a couple of weeks the cigars should be okay as long as they are kept in a cool dark place.
Please note the Cohiba Linea Classica cigars require cutting or punching before they can be enjoyed.