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Cohiba BHK 56

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Laguito No. 6Ring:56

Cohiba BHK 56 Review:

The Cohiba BHK 56, part of the BHK line, is the incorporation of a new leaf in the blend, the Medio Tiempo leaf. The Medio Tiempo leaves are the top two leaves of the tobacco plant and therefore they are exposed to more sunlight than the leaves on the bottom of the plant. The result of the addition of the new leaf is said to add more flavour and strength.

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Review #13: I'm not surprised that this BHK is the least liked. It's too big so it has to be more mild otherwise your tastebuds would be shot. Perfectly rolled. Great presentation. Perfect burn. It just doesn't quite cut it in the flavour department and these big cigars are realy ridiculous in terms of size. Still...a good cigar that is overshadowed by its little brothers. - Submitted by cookj1 on April 16, 2016

Review #12: MAY 14 I could not be more disappointed. Looks great, smell great, and tastes initially great with floral and leather notes. However, construction sucked and ruined the experience. Despite relighting, re cutting, and touch up, it ran like a cheapo pair of stockings. I am so sick of expensive Cuban cigars sucking you in then then failing to deliver because of shitty construction. Finished off with a Perdomo limited and was rewarded with a great smoke that got the taste of that overrated shit out of my mouth. - Submitted by bucketlist on October 11, 2015

Review #11: DEC 14 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. - Submitted by kml on September 18, 2015

Review #10: 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. - Submitted by kamaz on May 31, 2015

Review #9: They need 5/7 years ageing.Too bland for my taste. - Submitted by Jose Mario on May 6, 2015

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