Cohiba Lancero Cofre

Cohiba Lancero Cofre

Cohiba Lancero Cofre

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Ring Gauge 38
Length 192 mm / 7. 56 inches
Strength Medium - Full Body
Size Palma Larga
Box 25
Availability: In stock
SKU
SW-COH-LACO-025-BOX
Special Price 320.00 USD Regular Price 480.00 USD
box of 25
34% off
Description
The Lanceros also goes by the factory name of Palma Largo and is 7 1/2 inches long, or considered other in size. The strength of this particular cigar is that of a medium to full. It has a spice taste. The Lanceros can be said to be a luxury type of cigar that oozes a rich and even generous balance between the strength and then the flavor, which seems to make it an Honorable cigar. It could be something you might see someone from the medieval time smoking while going jousting. It has a very grassy flavor with hints of nuttiness and floral found in it that seems to be associated with many of the Cohiba cigars. This cigar is mainly made of ligero and seco leaves. The Cohiba cigars were established back in 1966, even though they were being made before that time, going back to about 1963. It was in 1966 that it officially received the name of Cohiba. They were made as a Fuma that ended up being offered to Fidel Castro, who enjoyed them and became his favorite. A small factory was built to help build these cigars, which he not only used personally, but also as diplomatic gifts as well. Cuba is known for their cigars being some of the best, if not the best around. There are four growing regions of the tobacco plants in Cuba. Cuba is like anywhere else, there are certain areas that do better at growing certain things than others. Each of the regions either grows the plants that produce the leaves for the wrappers or the plants that produce the filler and binders. They have a certain way of growing each type of plant based on what it will be used for. Not only does the condition of the plant determine what the final use of it is, but so does the location of the plant. The plants are started by being planted and started to grow in a nursery, where they spend about 45 days getting a good start on their life. From there, they are sent to the farms to continue the growing process. At the farms they will be grown in one of two ways. There is shade grown tobacco plants, which are for the wrappers of the cigars. The wrappers also tend to be the most expensive of all the leaves to gro. But the shade filters in the right amount of sunlight while trapping in the heat, which allows the leaves to grow larger and even finer.