A little more than a year ago, Cohiba released a new cigar that became a number of firsts for the brand. Cohiba Serie M was the first time that General Cigar, Cohiba’s parent company, worked with the famed El Titan de Bronze factory in Miami. It’s the first time Cohiba has made a cigar in the United States. And, if that wasn’t cool enough, it’s also the first cigar Cohiba has ever used Nicaraguan Corojo tobacco in their wrapper.
If you haven’t had a chance to try Serie M over the last year, Cohiba released 5,000 boxes around the country. It’s a 6 x 54 Toro with a pigtail cap, which is another unique trait of Serie M compared to the rest of Cohiba’s line of cigars.
Sandy Cobas, owner of El Titan de Bronze said, “I am honored that we were chosen to craft the first American-made Cohiba cigars. Unlike in other countries where cigar makers work in teams, our cigar makers at El Titán de Bronze personally create each cigar from start to finish, and we put their name on every single box they make.”
Cohiba Serie M Details:
- Wrapper: Nicaragua (Corojo)
- Binder: Nicaragua
- Filler: Dominican Republic (Piloto Cubano) & Nicaragua (Estelí and Jalapa)
- Vitola: Toro
Cohiba Serie M Smoking Experience:
After torching Serie M, tasting notes included cloves, earth, cocoa, espresso beans, and a slight floral essence comes and goes throughout the smoking experience.
The burn is excellent for the entire cigar, with a constant razor-sharp burn line. The ash was well-formed, only falling twice during the entire smoking experience.
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