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Cohiba

Cohiba

The name Cohiba was first used by the Taino Indians of western Hispaniola, now known as the Dominican Republic, and it was a name they called leaves of cured tobacco they smoked. In 1978, Diaz y Cia developed the Dominican Cohiba cigar and reworked in the 1990's. It is the only Cohiba legally purchased in the United States. This was no over night blend as years were spent in its development. With such ingredients as a wrapper grown in west Africa, Jemper Binders from Indonesia and Piloto Cubano filler leaves from the Dominican Republic, it is a cigar that is plentiful in flavor yet is not all overpowering.