Cohiba is delivering the fourth expression of its Spectre line, a 6 x 52 Toro that ships next month.
The Cohiba Spectre 2022 is the first time a Cohiba has used a Brazilian wrapper. Filler features tobaccos from Honduran Jamastran, Olancho San Agustin and La Entrada, with Nicaraguan Estelí Ligero and Viso leaves blended with Dominican Piloto Cubano.
Following a mid-March ship date, a soft-touch matte box of Cohiba Spectre 2022 can be purchased at select retailers for $1,299.90. Each cigar is protected in individual gold and silver tubes and enhanced with exclusive individual humidification from Integra Boost. Individual cigars will sell for a suggested retail price of $129.99. Cohiba has produced 600 boxes of the Spectre 2022 and once it is sold out, it will not be re-released.
“Cohiba Spectre 2022 embodies our tradition of creating exceptional smoking experiences,” Sean Williams, brand ambassador for Cohiba said in a press release. “We spent two years developing this cigar, calling upon our passion for tobacco, commitment to craftsmanship and our love of design.”
Cohiba Spectre debuted in 2018, followed by a second expression in 2019. The third expression of Spectre premiered in 2021.