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Cohiba Siglo III

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Cohiba Cigars
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 #11: My first Cuban ever, smoked in Havana. Absolutely incredible. So this is what the Cuban cigar craze is all about. Took me a little over an hour. Started off a little sweet, then a little spicy, the last third became bitter. I wish I had bought more! - Submitted by bluedevil88 on July 19, 2004


Review #10: tried one today and it was like a little piece of heaven i would dump my wife for another siglo III - Submitted by vinny on July 3, 2004


Review #9: I smoked a few Siglo III quite recently. It's one of the best Habanos in the world: medium flavor, smoothness and complexity, subtle notes (coffee beans, cream, wood). The draw is good (a little bit tight at the end) and when you puff, you get a mouthful of flavor. Splendid, beyond any doubt. - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on May 24, 2004


Review #8: Beautiful construction, wrapper is oily and deep golden brown -- I think this is textbook colorado. Perfect round head, very consistent within each box (I have three at the moment). The draw is perfect -- plenty of volume with little effort. The aroma and flavor profile runs the gamut -- starts with notes of honey, butterscotch, ginger and white chocolate; cruises along in the middle with hard spice tones of cinnamon, clove, star anise; ends with dark bittersweet chocolate,espresso and leather. Rich without being heavy or rustic -- refined is the best word to describe this cigar. Deeply satisfying without being a 'blockbuster.' I know Cohiba has a bad rep -- the counterfeits, the prices, the years of bad quality. Since 2000, however, the Siglo III has been a gem, and the price is hardly beyond reason. Buy it from a reputable source and enjoy. - Submitted by chambolle on May 9, 2004


Review #7: I love this cigar very complex and a nice tang to it. The box I bought in Varadero is still a bit young 09-03 and I can hardy waite for them to age a bit more. Very good burn. - Submitted by jimcanada on April 28, 2004


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