(54 Ring Gauge X 154 mm Length)
The Cohiba name comes from the first original inhabitants of the island of Cuba, the Taíno Indians, who used this ancient word to define the rolled tobacco leaves that they smoked and that Christopher Columbus first saw in Cuba in 1492.
The Talismán name, mysterious, evocative and easily-recognizable in many languages as something that is quintessentially extraordinary and amazing and that brings good luck to mankind and protects them, couples up perfectly with tobacco’s magical and ritualistic origin, whose first-ever moniker was, incidentally, Cohiba.
Cohiba Talismán is a heavy ring gauge Habano, in line with the brand’s latest launches and is distinguished by a medium to full strength flavor, characteristic of the Línea Clásica blend and which stands out for its elegant and charismatic “pigtail” finish.
This Limited Edition’s leaves have been aged for over two years, awarding this extraordinary Habano a complex and highly aromatic character.