Making Of Cohiba Cuban Cigars

Banned does not, and never will focus on educating. If you read Banned for enlightenment, you will learn a thing or two about the morbidly obese and about drunk people passing out on bike racks, but we are not and never will be the next Wikipedia (which is conveniently also the place I scraped the next bit of infos from). Today however, you are learning about Cuban cigars whether you like it or not.

Cuban Cohiba cigars, not to be confused with their Dominican relative, are filled with tobacco which has undergone an extra fermentation process that is unique to Cohiba; as such, it is a type as well as a brand.

Cohíba was originally a private brand supplied exclusively to Fidel Castro and high-level officials in the Communist Party of Cuba and Cuban government. Often given as diplomatic gifts, the Cohíba brand gradually developed a “cult” status. It was released commercially for sale to the public in 1982.

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