Cohiba Behike 56 Ceramic Jar
|Length||Diameter 150mm; Height 240mm|
|Capacity||Accommodate 25 sticks cigars|
What makes Cohiba Behike 56 Ceramic Jar special?
Cohiba Behike 56 Ceramic Jars are made in limited quantities and come with a humidification device on the underside of its lid. They are perfect for aging your favorite cigars.
Cohiba Behike 56 is also known as Tribal Chief. However, it has always been the best cigar in the world.
The material used for the making of this cigar is Medio Tiempo leaves, these leaves are known as the best.
Furthermore, one of the unique features of these leaves is that they absorb most of the sun rays and produce a unique flavor for this cigar.
Cohiba Behike 56 is also known as Tribal Chief. It is rated as one of the most luxurious cigars throughout the world.
These Cubans feature a blend that includes the Medio Tiempo blade, which is a very infrequent tobacco leaf coming from the two upper leaves of a sun-grown tobacco plant.
– Randal M. Hayward
Was interesting to find out that the Behike 56 is actually a 54 ring, based on description from the official Habanos.com! But it is 166mm long instead of 144, by design. And the same thick and creamy smoke with very flavorful mix of spices, burnt wood, earth and a hint of bitter chocolate. Not to mention its solid construction and its fantastic resistance producing a firm ash. A little milder in strength, probably also by design. Great aroma!
– Tony F. Rita
Final Score: 93/100
This cigar looks magnificent at first glance: the imposing size, the subtle silky sheen to the wrapper, even the elaborate and glittering brand which dresses it, all announce a higher level of quality. The flavours match this level admirably. Immediately upon lighting the cigar, it produced sweet notes of grass and hay, rounded and pleasant and underpinned by just a hint of creamy aftertaste. As I progressed into the middle third there was still a sweetness, but paired with an added warmth that was more akin to caramel or honey than the fragrant, almost fruity character of the first third. Into the final third the intensity deepened once more, with fresh coffee replacing any remaining sweetness and a very mild touch of black pepper staying on the palette after each of the final puffs. A thoroughly satisfying cigar.
– Russel P. Coldwell
i smoked my fist one from the behike line today.an expensive cigar but a verry good one also.in my opinion this is one of the best cigars one could buy but there are much more complex and interesting cigars on sale.i personally smoked some.i think for what it claims to be the behike line is mostly like the maduro line…marketing.good cigars but not awsome.i think the cohiba 1966 has much more potential with aging.i really enjoyed this cigar but it is not as spectacular as i wished it would be.i will try to buy a box and age it and see how that goes and i will try the 54 and the 52