Cohiba Nicaragua is a cigar line that is completely constructed of rich Nicaraguan tobaccos, enclosed in a dark Colorado Oscuro wrapper. Cohiba Comador are concocted with a blend of Caribbean and Central American tobaccos. Each tobacco is aged for three years and then for a fourth year in rum barrels. The wrapper used is a rich Connecticut grown Havana-seed tobacco leaf. Then there is the Red Dot with its filler mix of fine Dominican Piloto Cubano tobaccos, a Jember binder from Indonesia and a toothy Cameroon wrapper, creating a cigar that has hints of pepper, cream, almond and milder spices.
Cohiba Black has a filler blend of finely aged Mexican and Dominican tobaccos brought together using a Dominican Piloto binder. This is then aged for an extended period of time to create richer flavors. A dark Connecticut Broadleaf Maduro wrapper is used to finish off this wonderful cigar to provide a rich and aromatic smoke.