I just got a little present from a friend. 2 "real" Cohiba habanos. They were purchased in Cuba. I have not seen the box. There are a couple of distinguishing things about the cigars that may help. They bands look good except that they are quite orange and not the normal yellowy cohiba color. Maybe from age? Also, they were wrapped in cellophane which had browned some. I have no idea how these things were stored or how old they are. The cigars are 7 inches long and about a 40 ring guage. Very rustic looking. Lots of distinct veins in the wrapper and they feel a bit soft. The most unusual thing is the cap. It isn't a pigtail as it doesn't stick out but it looks like it has been twisted on there. Not smooth and even but in a curley que. I've heard of triple caps but have no idea what that is or if what I'm looking at is one. I will try to get some pics up tomorrow but was wondering if anyone out there could venture a guess at their legitiamacy based on my description. I have a bad feeling about these...