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Cohiba Siglo II

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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 #74: This is not in the same league as some of the other Cuban marevas. I can think of a handful of marevas that are exceptional or are better than the Siglo II. When compared to the other Cohibas it's good, but not up to par with the other Siglos. You get the typical Cohiba flavours but they aren't as pronounced as the other Siglos. A little tight. No burn problems. Age would mellow this cigar out more. I'd recommend 5 years of aging and this should help bring some much needed balance to this cigar. There is raw complexity to this cigar, but again, age will help it to mellow and develop the characteristics that should be exhibited with the Siglo II. - Submitted by cookj1 on September 12, 2007


Review #73: I brought one box of Siglo II today from the Duty Free shop in Macau. The taste from the first one was bad and I could not get an good feel as I had the same before from different shops. I wonder that box is faked and is there anyone can tell counterfeit cohiba is exist? I need help. - Submitted by danchiu on September 7, 2007


Review #72: Fantastic cigar! Superb flavor, creamy, sweet, smooth with rich coffee earthiness. Medium to full bodied. A definite nubber. I loved it. My only disappointment was the burn. It was a battle to keep the burn even especially at the last half where it had a tendency to "smolder" a bit from the uneven burn. And my torch lighter ran out of gas or I maybe could have prevented this. I would have liked to see it burn slower as well, because the taste was very very good. If the burn was better, I would say for its size and class it was almost perfect. I look forward to my next one! - Submitted by Jimbo on September 3, 2007


Review #71: i totally agree with reviewer #69.even though the siglo II was my first cigar and i thought it was very very good i realised , after smoking many others , that it does not reach it's expectations. - Submitted by kamaz on August 23, 2007


Review #70: i brought back a three pack of these from a trip to cuba and i was very satisfied with this cigar, i noticed a lot of very rich aromas such as cream, butter, chocolate and coffee bean. Just enough strength in this wonderfully balanced cigar. the construction was flawless and the cigar burned evenly all the way through. - Submitted by Simon M on August 16, 2007


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Cohiba Siglo II


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