A good cigar is a great thing, and Cuba has long been known for their cigars. However, the Cohiba cigars that you can get these days are not actually made in Cuba, but rather made elsewhere and branded with a similar trademark to the Cuban cigars.
You see, since the embargo on Cuban goods was signed during the JFK years (after JFK was sure he had a sufficient store of 1200 of his favorite H Upmann cigars), getting a Cuban cigar in the United States has become a massive hassle. Sure, you can go to Cuba and get them in person, and carry them back into the country, completely legally. You can also go through the hassle of ordering them and having them shipped to you, but they may be seized in transit, and even then, if you get cigars that aren’t the best in quality, you’re stuck with them with little to no recourse.
These Cohiba Robusto Naturals are such that you can get them anywhere fine tobacco products are sold; they’re available in most cigar shops and via most online cigar shops, and you will find that they do a good job of approximating the flavor of one of the most popular cigar companies operating in Cuba right now. They do not skimp on the tobacco, either, and they are medium in body and delicious to taste.
This cigar begins with a Cameroon wrapper, and is filled out with filler tobacco from Honduras, the Dominican Republic, and Nicaragua, leaving it a sweet and delicious cigar that is well worth your money and well worth trying out.