This travel humidor includes 8 of the most exceptional Cohiba cigars:
2 x Piramides Extra, from the Classic series
2 x Siglo VI, from the 1492 series
2 x Genios, from the Maduro 5 series
2 x Behike 56, from the Behike series
History of Cohiba
Cuban Cohiba’s origins trace back to the middle 1960s, when a bodyguard of Fidel Castro shared some of his private supply of cigars made by a local artisan named Eduardo Ribera. These cigars pleased Castro so much that a special production of the unbranded blend, produced under tight security, was made for Castro and other top government officials.
In a few decades Cohiba went from a private-label brand for Fidel Castro to becoming the most recognizable, sought-after cigar in the world. Up there with Dom Pérignon vintage Champagne, Rolls Royces and Patek Philippe watches, the Cohiba name is now synonymous with luxury goods, and for the most part, they live up to the hype.
Cuban Cohibas tend to score very well in Cigar Aficionado blind tastings, and the Cohiba Behike BHK 52 was even named Cigar of the Year in 2010.