Cigar Review: Cohiba Behike

Basic Information:

Name – Cohiba Behike 56

Size – Gordo

Wrapper – Cuban

Tobacco Blend – Cuban

Pricing – $49.50

Body – Mild to Medium


​Holographic gold, black and white band.  Cigar is tan in color and smooth as silk. Has virtually no veins and invisible seams. Pigtail on the cap.


Aroma – Wood and Molasses

Type of Cut – Straight

Cold Draw – Ginger and Cedar

After Toast:

First third – ​Cigar starts off with a soft nutty note with floral. This turns to a cream and oak like note. Slight pepper on the retro hale but it is light. Burn is slightly wavy. Ash is mid gray in color.

Second Third – Nutmeg, spice and some cinnamon take the stage here. Burn remained slightly wavy. ​

Final Third – Oak comes back in the fold mixed with baking spices. Some floral notes hit the finish. Burn finished perfect.

Suggested Pairing:

Bourbon – Rabbit Hole

Wine – Barons de Rothschild Legende Bordeaux Blanc

Overall Experience:

The Cohiba Behike gets a ton of hype as being one of the top, if not the top, Cohiba Cuban cigars on the market. I thought the flavor complexity for a mild to medium type cigar experience was phenomenal. Really nice unique transitions that are pronounced and really easy to decipher. A total palate pleaser. Given the chance to get your hands on one of these, go for it. A good buddy of mine gave this to me and I tell you what hands down a great smoking experience.


Cigar Aficionado – 90pts.

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