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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:8.1
Presentation: Banded bundle of 25 in a varnished slide-lid box.


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Review #82: This is still my favorite cigar. After smoking a dozen different cigars during a week in cuba this winter I saved the best for last. I was not disappointed. I enjoyed a Siglo II for over an hour of pure pleasure. Smooth, with hints of coffee and chocolate. Mild and stays that way until you burn your fingers trying to get every last bit of pleasure out of these beauties! - Submitted by unknown on February 5, 2008


Review #81: I have smoked 3 of theses marevas and enjoyed all of them. Not very strong, but definitely a fine construction and great taste - Submitted by Christianjes86 on January 29, 2008


Review #80: I love these. I'm a fan of the petit corona/mareva size and this, I think, is the ultimate. Everything you'd expect from a cohiba, flavour wise and less expensive and less time consuming than some in their range. Somehow, you can really enjoy this smoke unlike some Cohiba's, where you feel you should only be smoking it on your wedding day it's such an event (esplendido). A fantastic compromise between a milder day smoke and a spade-in-the-face-with-a-glass-of-port-after-dinner-smoke. - Submitted by jnoble on January 13, 2008


Review #79: MUCH better tha the Siglo III's - Submitted by imbatman on January 13, 2008


Review #78: Smoking cigars became my newest pleasure. This was my first Cuban. Before it, I use to smoke cheap machine made cigars just to pose with friends at our college meetings and New Year parties. And I must say that it was stinking mistake. Cohiba Siglo II opened new borders to me. Pleasant and with a moderate to strong flavor, it imposes elegance and an austere tone. Siglo II is compatible with my physical, once I am 56 tall. It also agrees with my state of spirit in most of the occasions and satisfies my palate. I am yet discovering other Cuban Cigars but Cohiba Siglo II will never lose space in my cigars box. - Submitted by Eduardo Justa on January 2, 2008


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