Featuring an eye-catching dark and oily Connecticut Broadleaf wrapper, you're sure to be pleased by the the delicately balanced flavors of the blend of long-leaf of Dominican and Mexican tobaccos. Don't miss out on the great construction of these cigars. You'll see the wrapper is much more than just a dried leaf, it's actually a genius assortment of darker browns with a heavy dose of black.You'll see surface veins that are very subtle with a consistently firm touch associated with well-packed tobacco.
Once lit, you'll likely see a nearly flawless burn line with dark chocolate and coffee or espresso flavors that are bountiful throughout the smoking experience. You might catch a taste of nuttiness with the coffee flavors growing more intense as you work your way to the end of the cigar. A much fuller-bodied experience than the original Domincan Chobia, you'll be sure to find this Cohiba Blacks to be deeply satisfying and complex --- the type of smoke that's tough to find in a maduro cigar in the States.