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Cohiba Siglo III

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:155
Format:Corona GrandeRing:42
Weight:10,14 gr.Score:8.1
Presentation: Banded bundle of 25 in a varnished slide-lid box.


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Review #16: This cigar is rich, creamy, but suprisingly mild, reminding me more of the old EL REY DEL MUNDO Lonsdales than anything else. It is quite green and ammoniac at this point, being rolled only six months ago. I await great things from this stick in its maturity. - Submitted by Kopeck Freiherr Von Balk on October 29, 2004


Review #15: One was sampled during a recent trip to Cuba, accompanied with brandy. The result was acceptable, even surprising, a complex mixture of tastes including a little sweetness reminiscent of older Dominicans. Thinking about this cigar the next day was like a dream of cigar plants having a party in my mouth - so I went and bought a box. A sample from this box proved to be a bit young - a year's aging is in order. - Submitted by Stacks Overflow on October 28, 2004


Review #14: I recently smoked a Siglo III and it was as good as always. Each and every time I smoke this cigar it's a feast for the taste buds! I smoked this one right down to the nub and no bitter or ashy taste whatsoever! This little brown diamont is one of the best things Cuba has to offer! - Submitted by Bolivar on September 6, 2004


Review #13: This masterpiece has been my favourite cigar for a couple of years. It was my first Cohiba (but not my last!!). Good construction and a good draw. U can smoke it untill u burn your fingers without breaking a sweat. The taste is complex. It reminds me of cofeebeans and bitter chocolate. And the end u get some spicy tones with hints of leather. Pick up one of the beauties if u can, or better yet: get a box (it's worth a domestic fight with the wife) - Submitted by actionhost on September 5, 2004


Review #12: I swear I could see my reflection in the side of this one it was so smooth. I could tell all the way through that I was smoking something special, but the flavour of this cigar.....it just isn't for me. - Submitted by peanutaxis on August 10, 2004


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