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Virtual CIGARfest 2020!

Cohiba Behike

If you’re a cigar connoisseur like me, you know that Gurkha is reputable as the ‘Rolls Royce’ of cigars, and Cohiba does one better with Cohiba Behike as the Bentley of the brand. This prestigious cigar is an exclusive produced in extremely limited quantities. Gaining outstanding ratings, Cohiba Behike is one of the most sought-after cigars in the world! Yeah they’re that good. A blend of the finest aged Cuban tobaccos including Meida Tiempo are used to create this limited run. These Cuban tobaccos are the highest leaves on the plant tending to be exceptionally strong. 

With how exclusive Cohiba Behike is, expect to pay a pretty penny if you get your hands on these rare finds. Rated as one of the most expensive cigars in regular production, these Cohiba’s have been heisted and made as counterfeits. As your trusted cigar supplier, we would never want you to lose out on your wallet and the real deal. So we’ve got your back and have the expert tips to know how to spot a fake Behike.

How to spot a fake Cohiba Behike:

Holographic Taino Indian Head – A holographic image of the famous Taino Indian head is placed front and center on the band. Take a closer look, and you should find a smaller head within the larger one. Seeing this affect lets you know you have an authentic Cohiba Behike. 

Holographic Elements – You should see holograms of the word Cuba and the Taino Indian Head repeated on the gilded top edge of the band.

Nine white squares – The authentic band features nine rows of white squares in a checkered pattern that runs from the gilded top edge of the word Behike. The squares do not get cut off on the top or bottom row.

Repeating logos, checkerboard pattern – Holographic Taino Indian head logos along with boxes containing the words Behike and Cohiba 

Embossed lettering - The famous Cohiba on white background with a square, gold border is embossed with proper gilding. However, it is non-holographic.