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Cohiba Siglo II

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Cohiba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:129
Format:MarevaRing:42
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:8.0
Presentation: Banded bundle of 25 in a varnished slide-lid box.


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Review #104: MAR 08 My favorite stogie, period. Good Cohiba flavor and for me it is just the right size with the perfect amount of kick. Never needed to be re-lit, burns excellent and has a great draw. Looks beautiful too. Cannot say a bad thing about this smoke. Just got a second box from Cuba thanks to my lovely girlfriend. Recommend this cigar to anyone who has been smoking cigars for at least a year and looking for something different and beautiful but not very expensive. - Submitted by phatHungarian on March 23, 2009


Review #103: This is the cigar that started it all for me years ago in whilst in Cuba. I was offered my first one in Cuba by a friend, and we enjoyed them on the beach, with the sun beating down and the Cuban wind in my hair. I was in love, I understood why people smoked cigars. It was rich and creamy, bold and leathery and had a distinctive (which I now know as a the "Cohiba flavour") bouquet. I've gone through a few boxes, and although I'm more inclined to smoke bigger puros now, this little mareva has a special place in my heart. - Submitted by adam z on March 9, 2009


Review #102: I love this cigar. It is never disappointing. Wood notes and great perfect burn. I will definetly buy a box soon. - Submitted by m4tt3 on February 19, 2009


Review #101: Very nice cigar, same ball-park as the Siglo IV but in a Mareva format. Excellent value smoke, full of leather and spice and very smooth for the price. More refined than Partagas Serie D no 4, and a better trip than a Bolivar Royal Corona. - Submitted by philmarr on February 19, 2009


Review #100: Very nice cigar, same ball-park as the Siglo IV but in a Mareva format. Excellent value smoke, full of leather and spice and very smooth for the price. More refined than Partagas Serie D no 4, and a better trip than a Bolivar Royal Corona. - Submitted by philmarr on February 19, 2009


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