Cohiba Behike BHK 54 Cigar - 1 Single

Cohiba Behike BHK 54 Cigar - 1 Single
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Description Ref # CO1701

Ring Gauge: 54
Length: 5 5/8″ length
Packaging: Single Cigar

The latest line of Cohiba is the Behikes aka BHK

Behikes it will have a limited annual production so when they are gone - that’s it for the year. I think that makes them a candidate for laying down, maturing and collecting and many of my clients are already making 10 year plans for laying down a quantity of BHK’s annually.

Tasting Notes

The BHK’s have a different blend to the 40th anniversary Behikes (aged 5 years) as well as an extra Medio tiempo filler leaf which will give the cigar a very distinct flavour characteristic as this is a dark leaf from the top of the plant.


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by Cavan on Sunday 02 March, 2014
A well made smooth and mild one and a half hour smoke, has a lovely delicate flavour with a slight sweetness now and then, but not very sweet which is good, didn't need to relight, about 2 inches left it will start to go bitter and quite unpleasant so expect to end it with about an inch and a half left, i did feel slightly fatigued after but probably because i'm not use to such a long smoke, worth every penny in any case.
by Christopher` on Sunday 02 June, 2013
I bought two of these as part of sampler packs in 2010 and must admit I smoked the first one the day they arrived - magnificent. So very nearly three years later the second one was lit this morning and wow! The BHK is a superbly made cigar and there was a slight pang as I took it out the humidor but only slight because I have been looking forward to this for ages. A very even burn with a fair bit of fragrant smoke (even passers by commented that it smelled good). The taste was evenly delicious from start to finish with only a tiny hint of bitterness towards the last inch. Three years in the humidor has made the flavours even more rounded than I remember (that is not implying that its sibling had any sharp edges). A smooth mix of leather and cedar with a hint of spice made this a very enjoyable smoke. Easily the best cigar I have smoked in the last six months!
by Tim on Saturday 02 March, 2013
I can't write about cigars with as much knowledge as previous reviewer(s) but this cigar was utterly superb. Started mild but flavorful and ended with a good spice. Even towards the end there was no unpleasant after taste and it was a shame to consign it to the ash tray.
by Thomas on Saturday 09 October, 2010
1st 1/3 = Super smooth! Light peppers with this highly distinct creamy roasted chocolaty tobacco odor. There is just something about the taste, fragrance and feel of this cigar between one's lips that provides one with a sense of, dare I say joy? Excitement? A tantalising sense of bliss? 2nd 1/3 = My tongue is feeling fully moistened and relaxed! Resembling the routine of drinking fine wine... you smell, taste and swirl the smoke in your mouth, and then release. Discharging smoke so tender on the tongue, wicked on the palette, hypnotic on the brain, wild in the nose, soft in its palpation, and wondrously addictive in all its dizzying splendour! If I had to die of smoke intoxication, I'd die a happy man! Please, you owe it to yourselves to smoke this! Buy it, and for God sake smoke it now! You'll never look at another cigar again!
by Mr on Saturday 29 May, 2010
I read somewhere that the Behike was the ''most expensive cigar in the world'' That they probably are. Are they worth it? In my limited Cigar experience/knowledge yes absolutely just in the same way a bottle of Dom Perignon is. Yes there will be plenty of season smokers out there that say there are cheaper alternatives that bring just as much pleasure. However right from the point of picking one of these cigars out of the box I knew I was embarking on something a bit special...the construction feels and looks perfect... Normally I do not care to much for the first part of the cigar but this had me from the very start. Normally I chose a longer cigar and was concerned that the 54 might not give me enough but due to its thicker guage there was at least an hour in this. First notes that hit you are the strong complexity of the bigger cohiba's but then you quickly realise there is far more subtlty and smoothness in the Behike. Consistent draw throughout, perfectly straight ash. A combination of hazelnuts and soft leather with that cologne like finsish. Would I smoke a behike everyday no... would I buy another box..absoltuly! Quality in every direction.
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