Last night I was fortunate enough to try a Cohiba Behike 56. This is the largest of the 3 Behikes at 6.5" x 56 and is a good 90 minute smoke.
As to be expected at this price point, the construction was flawless, with an even burn and an ash that held for about 2". Draw was good throughout was mouthfuls of creamy smoke with each puff. At no point was a relight or touch-up required.
The 1st third produces a delicate spiciness with creamy coffee latte flavour. This is a vey smooth cigar! In the 2nd third, the sweetness of the coffee & cream is replaced by woody, grassy flavours - a typical Cohiba flavour profile. The final third is similar to the 2nd third and the flavour profile doesn't really evolve.
Overall, I must say that this was a very enjoyable cigar. It was very smooth and had the typical Cohiba flavour profile but with a touch more sweetness. However at >$50 per stick, it is not good value. I certainly won't buy a box or even a single; but I'd happily smoke it if I was gifted one :)
"I drink a great deal. I sleep a little, and I smoke cigar after cigar. That is why I am in two-hundred-percent form." - Winston Churchill