Please read this carefully before purchasing Cohiba Behike 56 online, Please take a moment to review its special features, listed below
|Length||166 mm / 6.5 Inches|
Cohiba is the premier brand of Habanos. It was initiated in 1966 for Fidel Castro himself and was made at the now world-renowned El Laguito factory.
The name Cohiba accentuates the meaning of rarity, luxury and craftsmanship.
Distinctive medium to full flavors, with tobacco sourced from the very best parts of Cuba’s Vuelta Abajo region.
Any box of cigars embedding the name Cohiba is special, but to behold an exclusive humidor of their’s, is simply an opulence which adjectives alone can’t describe.
What makes Cohiba Behike 56 special?
Cohiba Behike 56 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.
How is the taste of Cohiba Behike 56?
Right off the bat, the Cohiba Behike 56 provides excellent flavor. It greets you with a nice complexity, with flavors of latte, cedar and earthy. There is a good amount of black pepper as well. This cigar is very smooth and creamy at this point
In the second third, the complexity of the cigar is still there. All the aromas are now more powerful than in the first third, and blending nicely together. Through the middle third the woodsy tones become more present, but strong earthy flavors remain.
In the final third, the BHK 56 reveals its true self, a real Cohiba, but with stronger and bitter aromas than the average vitola.
While the same flavors from the previous third persist, the earthy tones crank up a notch.
The spices of black pepper encountered in the first third come back with a full swing towards the end.
How long does Cohiba BHK 56 last?
The BHK 56 gives an average smoke time of 90 minutes. So, buy Cohiba Behike 56 and enjoy its amazing blend of flavors.
–Patrick K. Gonzalez
No doubt a good cigar. I was very satisfied, typical COHIBA taste, medium in strenght.But I agree with kamaz, are even better cigars on the market with smaller ring
–Richard A. Hamilton
I had looked for them in many parts and this was the first place where I found them of good quality and cheap
–Mildred J. Wilson
I am very demanding with cigars. these are of excellent quality.
excellent payment method and super fast shipping
–admin (verified owner)
I’ve been smoking cigars for several decades, and I can say without a doubt the Behike 56 is the best I e ever smoked. The smoothness, free draw, perfect burn and overall taste are amazing. And, there is not one hint of harshness throughout the smoke.
–Ariel Y. Bolton
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.
–Roberto S. Steele
IM PROBABLY THE MOST EXPERIENCED CIGAR SMOKER ON THIS WEBSITE- So here is my review. Here is a real review, so this is it for all you real cigar aficionados out there. What a cigar, a little expensive but hey if its too expensive dont buy it and definitely dont complain about it, remember luxuries come at a price. A very well constructed cigar, similar to the Cohiba Sigo VI but far from being the same. Its never good to compare different cigars because each cigar from one to another will always differ slightly and should only be evaluated individually based on their merit. I was fortunate to smoke the BHK 56 on a recent trip to Cuba. The BHK 56 had an easy draw as well as even burn which was pleasing to see. The BHK 56 is definitely light to medium bodies and obviously a cigar of this caliber is smooth oh so smooth. Definitively holding grassy signature Cohiba flavours as found in most Cohiba cigars. A very enjoyable smoke of high quality tobacco, no real evolution of flavours, but hey if its enjoyable, easy draw, even burn and the flavour is second to none, that is good enough for me.