Cohiba began as a national company of Cuba, unlike the majority of other brands of Cuban cigars, which were nationalised from private owners during Fidel Castro’s Guerilla revolution. The first Cohiba cigars were the product of Che Guevara, a man you have likely heard of, as a cigar enthusiast. In case you have not, Che Guevara was the right hand man of Fidel Castro – The man who ruled Cuba with an iron fist for nearly half a century.
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Voted 2010 Cigar of the YearCohiba Behike 52 are rolled with the finest Volado, Seco and Ligero leaves as well the rare Medio Tiempo leaves (top leaves on the sun grown tobacco plant), the original Behike goes down in folklore as being one of the greatest ever Cuban cigars made the new variation are following the same path. A must try.