Simon and Garfunkel, Statler and Waldorf, Cohiba and Weller…
This list of ultimate duos goes on, but today we’re here to talk about the latest collaboration between Cohiba and Weller, a new limited-edition cigar that will leave your tastebuds tantalized and screaming for more. Weller bourbon is a uniquely wheated spirit that’s highly celebrated and even more elusive due to its industry-leading aging process. And Cohiba Cigars are at the top of the game when it comes to applying patience and time to high-quality tobaccos. When these two titans come together, you pay attention.
Visit your local liquor store, and you’ll be lucky to find some Weller 12-year bourbon. But this cigar features a Connecticut Broadleaf binder leaf that was fermented for 6 months inside a barrel that was once used to age that bourbon. The rest of the blend is filled with premium Dominican, Nicaraguan, and Honduran tobaccos that were selected to compliment this unique barrel-aged binder. On top is a gorgeous Sumatra wrapper leaf. This limited-edition, one-time release comes in a single Toro size and showcases a luxurious experience with an ensemble of honey, cedary, oaky, and slightly spicy flavors. Just like the bourbon used to make them, I don’t expect boxes to remain on my shelves for long. Claim yours now before they’re gone!
Weller by Cohiba: Used under license.