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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.

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Review #61: ---   I want to start off by saying, this is one EXCELLENT cigar! And not only is it a great tasting cigar, but it is hand rolled and is a really good looking cigar as well. The Siglo III is a little sweet and spicy on the lips. The draw was perfect, not tight at all and the ash was a flaky salt and pepper consistency. There was a hint of coffee, cedar and leather, and a very complex spicy taste that makes a cigar a Cohiba. I can't say it enough, this is an Excellent tasting cigar! This cigar is a little bigger than what I am used to smoking and even with it's size and it taking a hefty 1 and a half hours to smoke from spark to finish, it left me wanting more! I am glad I ordered a box of three (still have two left) and I will be making sure a new order is placed so I have these in my humidor before the last one is smoked. I have always said, there is nothing like a good Cuban Cohiba cigar, NOTHING! - Submitted by ftripi on August 30, 2010

Review #60: MAY 08 Construction: The Siglo III cigar has no imperfections, quite a smooth rich, reddish brown wrapper with an oily sheen with no hard or soft spots. In my opinion and in a ‘nut shell’…the Siglo III is a very well rolled cigar and a ‘work of art’. Pre-Smoke: Very nice aroma and like with most other Cohiba cigars, you will be greeted with beautiful aromas each time you open your humidor. The Siglo III’s pre-light is soft and woody with a hint of roasted coffee bean. Cutting and lighting presented no problems either and did not start "tunneling". In fact, the burn was very ‘even’, but the draw on this cigar was a bit firm. The draw did begin to ‘loosen up’ as I continued to smoke. Smoking: When smoking this cigar, you will be pleasantly surprised by its smooth flavor and fragrant smoke. Once lit the musky, dark, richness of this cigar takes center stage and the combination of flavors has a complexity that I find hard to define. Faint flavors of creamy cocoa and roasted coffee bean hit the palate first. This cigar has a medium body with hint of earthy and soft woody flavor and a hint of sweetness. The sweet character will always be there and will remain exceptionally well balanced throughout. This cigar does not overpower the senses and the burn time was about 80-90 (depending on your smoking style), minutes of pure Cohiba 7th heaven. Conclusion: An excellent and consistent Cohiba and perfect when paired with a cup of strong Cuban coffee and/or with a ‘snifter’ of fine Brandy, Cognac or Dickel No 12, Tennessee ‘Sippin’ Whisky. From the triple fermenting and aging, the secret blending and the finest choices of the Cuban tobaccos, the Siglo III is an excellent cigar for those desiring a rich, medium smoke in a Long Corona format. - Submitted by jenkinschristopher on March 17, 2010

Review #59: ---   One of three in a 3-pack of tubes and I was not able to get the date stamp. I love the presentation, very classy. Lovely prelit aroma. First two thirds were beautiful with the distinct Cohiba flavours. Creamy, milk chocolate notes and earthy hay delivered through plumes of thick, rich and smooth smoke. Flavours evolving to include coffee bean with wood and a hint of leather. Lovely spice and bitter chocolate on the palate. Draw was a little tight but workable and the ash was firm although the burn was a little skewed. Towards the end of the second third, I noticed a tinge of mint and then for some inexplicable reason the flavours became muted. The draw became tight, the volume of smoke died down and the burn rate slowed. I was a little disappointed considering the cost of the cigar and all the hype about Cohibas. Not wanting to be dissuaded, I persisted. But then the flavours turned bitter and the nicotine strength just shot up. Finally giving up, I stubbed the cigar about the last quarter with nothing to show for it except a bitter aftertaste and a throbbing headache. Two more to go and I hope these perform better. Points for the good performance at the start and middle but the ending ruined it all for me. - Submitted by sengjc on March 9, 2010

Review #58: OCT 06 From my cousin humidor box of siglo 3 bought from respected habanos dealer in Hamburg, Germany.Smoked 5 sticks. Wow ,what a perfect cigar. Great predraw smell , excellent construction ,few veins , milk chocolate wrapper. Just plain beauty. Great draw ,razor sharp straight burn ,nice firm ash ,just perfect taste of beans , grass ,strong coffee , wood , dark chocolate ,very complex flavors dancing on the palate .IMHO better than other siglos. Must be aged at least 3 years and properly lit in order to fully enjoy. Had no drink while smoking , just watermelon to enhance the flavor.Seriously i have to give it 10 , i don't see how anybody could ask anything more from a cigar. A must to try by any aficionado. - Submitted by marius on October 20, 2009

Review #57: I hadn't smoked a Cohiba of any shape or size for a while. Last one was an Esplendido about 5 months ago. Had the urge to try a Sig III and bought 5. Have to say that I missed that distinct Cohiba taste. This cigar was fantastic. Great draw, nice and creamy. Larger cigars have my attention now but I loved this Cohiba. Will defenitly buy a full box. - Submitted by alenbak on May 5, 2009

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