- Habanos’ most prestigious brand, Cohiba, will unveil the new vitola Novedosos on the 21st of September at an event sponsored by the Club Pasion Habanos.
- The iconic Habanos brand launches an unprecedented vitola within its portfolio with this new release.
Cohiba Novedosos Through Tabacalera S.L.U, an exclusive Habanos, S.A distributor in Spain, Cohiba’s Novedosos (50 ring gauge x 156 mm length) will be launched in a world premiere. Introducing this new vitola into Cohiba’s portfolio, it will only be distributed by La Casa del Habano and Habanos Specialists.
The presentation of Cohiba Novedosos will take place on 21st of September at the Museo del Traje’s gardens in Madrid. Under the slogan “Something Unique” (Something Different), the event will be organized by the Club Pasion Habanos. Guests will not only be able to taste this product, but will also have the chance to sample a wide selection of gourmet products, music, and many other surprises.
Cohiba, the most prestigious tobacco brand in the world with more than 50 years of history, will present its exclusive production, Novedosos, during this event. In Pinar del Ro, Cuba, these cigars are fully handmade with Long Filler tobacco from Vuelta Abajo, one of the best tobacco growing regions in the world, and rolled by expert Cuban cigar rollers ( ). With a black glossy finish and Cohiba’s characteristic grid pattern, this release will be presented in a case designed specially for the brand. Habanos cigars have an additional ring that indicates they are exclusively manufactured for Habanos Specialists stores.
Habanos’ only brand in which three of its four leaves, Seco, Ligero, and Medio Tiempo, undergo additional fermentation in casks is Cohiba. It results in an aroma and flavor that can only be found in this brand.
Cohiba is the most prestigious brand in the tobacco industry with more than 50 years of history. Since its inception in 1966, it has been used only as a gift for foreign and domestic officials. The cigar has been produced in Havana at the prestigious factory El Laguito since Christopher Columbus first saw rolled tobacco leaves in Cuba in 1492. The brand’s name is derived from an ancient word used by the Tano Indians to categorize the rolled tobacco leaves they smoked.a was, thereforTobacco was, therefore, first referred to as Cohiba. They are packaged in Cohiba’s most recognizable colors – black and gold yellow – in lacquered boxes. La Casa del Habano exclusive, every box contains 25 Novedosos.
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The Casa del Habano is an international network of franchised points of sale with over 148 locations in more than 50 countries. This nAbove all else, this network of highly prestigious stores stands out for its extensive knowledge of and impeccable, personalised servicevery customer. All stores offer a wide range of products, some of which are exclusive.