Not all Connecticut cigars are created equal, and Cohiba Connecticut is proof. Wrapped in an Ecuadorian Connecticut wrapper, the cigar is smooth like you’d expect (it’s a Cohiba, after all). But that’s where the similarities end. Both the flavor and strength of the blend are amplified by a diverse recipe of tobaccos: Brazilian Mata Fina takes the binder position, and Nicaragua Jalapa, along with Dominican Olor and Piloto Cubano leaves lay underneath. This results in a spicier experience with notes of cedar, pepper, and wood, and when you pair that with Connecticut leaf’s signature creaminess, you’re dialed in for a medium-bodied smoke like few others. Pick up yours now!