(110 X 15.87) mm, 6.37 grs/cigar, Boxes per master case: 31 Gross Weight per box: 560 grs
A new brand which was introduced only in 1968,
Cohiba quickly became the flagship brand of the
Cuban cigar industry. Developed initially as a medium bodied protocol cigar for presentation only by officials of then Cuban government, Cohiba was marketed widely beginning in 1982. The initial sizes were the Lancero, the Corona Especiale and the Panetela, with the Esplendido, Robusto and Exquisito added in 1989. In 1992, in salute to the 500th anniversary of Columbus' discovery of the Caribbean, the Siglo series was introduced. The
Cohiba series was initially made in the El Laguito factory in
Havana , but production is now also in the Fernando Perez German factory.