|Wrapper||Ecuador Sumatra, Nicaraguan Jalapa|
This, my friend, is the stuff of legends...
Since 2018, Cohiba has developed a special cigar they call Spectre, using rare tobaccos and using special processes to create a super-premium cigar for the ages. Only one roller and buncher are allowed to make Cohiba Spectre CS 19. The wrapper is a gorgeous Nicaraguan Jalapa capa that undergoes 12 weeks more fermentation than usual. The binder is American-grown Broadleaf that's wrapper-grade and aged for more than 5 years, and the long-fillers consist of Brazilian Mata Fina, Nicaraguan Jalapa and Esteli, and Dominican Piloto Cubano. The finished cigars are then rested for at least a month and a half in cedar shavings. The presentation is incredibly handsome, the construction is virtually flawless, and the flavor of these full-bodied gems with their unique combination of sweetness, cedar, and spice will have you burning it down to your fingertips. These are among the priciest cigars we've ever sold, but when the occasion is really special, Cohiba Spectre CS 19 is worth every penny.
Note: These cigars are newly released products debuting at the 2019 IPCPR Trade Show. They will begin shipping in October, so get your pre-orders in today!