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Cohiba Siglo III

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Cohiba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Corona GrandeRing:42
Weight:10,14 gr.Score:8.1
Presentation: Banded bundle of 25 in a varnished slide-lid box.

Average user rating

Review #21: Have to disagree with the last reviewer. Had them in my posh humidor, from a well stored 03 box, and they took a few weeks to lose the ammonia taste associated with \"wet\" cigars. Now they are strong, characterful and complex smokes. Unlit they smell a little rank, strangely, but they burn evenly with a consistently good draw and rich flavour. A thoroughly good smoke. - Submitted by poshjonny on June 17, 2005

Review #20: Hmmm, I am afraid I will disagree with the majority of the reviewers about this cigar. I had 3 from 2002, aged them perfectly in my expensive humidor and after trying them I have come up with the conclusion they are overpriced, do not offer any complex taste, they are a bit flat. For the price range, I wont comment about the construction, since it should and it was perfect. But the taste profile was definitely blant, just the Cohiba taste saved it from the below average score. I only felt sorry for the Metaxa special reserve i darnk together with those cigars... A waste of an excellent cognac. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on May 22, 2005

Review #19: This cigar is one of the best. Creamy, yet spicy and always great construction. As well, in the Cohiba series I think it is also the best value. At a little over $200 a box in Cuba it well priced for this range which of course are quite expensive. - Submitted by jimcanada on March 22, 2005

Review #18: Wow, what can I say about this cigar, it's simply the best! Smoking this cigar is like having a little festival in my mouth. Sweetness, cedar, dark chocolate, are all the things that came to my mind when I smoked this sick puppy! Although a little bit pricey, but then, smoking cigar was never cheap to begin with. I find this better value than the Corona Especial, longer lasting and thicker gauge. - Submitted by M. Jen on March 6, 2005

Review #17: Denne sigaren røkte jeg foregående sommer, men cohiba som liksom skulle være det helt store skuffet meg litt, selv om det absolutt var en sigar av de bedre. Jevn og god trekk, men en smak som for meg ble litt anonym iforhold til hva den kunne ha vært. - Submitted by Thomas Scheie dhth on December 21, 2004

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