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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 #36: I go along with review #33. They seemed to get stronger and stronger until at the finish they just burned my mouth. I love a good full tasting cigar, but there is a difference between strong and full. These are strong rather than full. Another one that goes to the bottom of my humidor and see what happens in about six months. - Submitted by lvancourt on August 15, 2007


Review #35: I have often heard that the siglo series are not the best representation of the flavours that make Cohiba famous. Being a huge fan of the Cohiba robustos and having sampled many other cohibas in the classical range, i can say that this particular siglo lacks that taste that has made Cohiba so great. I suppose that the unusual flavour I got out of this cigar is the bean flavour that many have mentioned, although i'm not sure exactly how to describe it. The draw of this cigar is perfect, not too tight or loose, but price is an issue. While this is still a very tasty cigar don't buy one expecting to experience true Cohiba flavours. - Submitted by Gillette on July 26, 2007


Review #34: Enjoyed this delicious smoke last night with my love who had just returned from Caracas, Venezueala. She happened to grab the Siglo III because they were out of the Siglo VI. I was pleasently surprised! Smoked for a little over an hour. Definately cocoa notes, leather, nuts, everything that everyone has been talking about. I have four more that I will be saving for an occaison. Great smoke! - Submitted by mr.mac on June 25, 2007


Review #33: I've smoked a single one of these and it was too strong for me. I even smoked only half of it and it was too strong.I guess that's cause i'm not much of a smoker,but that one isn't for me and that's why i give it a 6. - Submitted by 2Good4U on May 28, 2007


Review #32: Tonight, a friend and I lit one from PEL NOV-01 and to say they were sublime is an understatement! Super-slow burning and creamy beyond belief. I've always had good luck with the Siglo III and now with this kind of age, they are remarkable smokes. It's been a while since I've enjoyed a cigar this much. - Submitted by Shooter on January 14, 2007


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