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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 #54: Very disappointed with this stick. One from a tube with much promise pre burn, however a draw which in the first inch or so made my skull implode! On inspection the tobacco was incredibly tightly wrapped with no give; I doubt maturing in a humidor could save this one. The quality was there in the tobacco; slight silage smell which I love and mixed with faint toasted cumin sweetness, but it never did it for me. Will mark it well as it is unfair to judge on one experience, but until next time I will reserve judgment. Now where did I leave my Bolivar Lonsdales?! - Submitted by Yonmusak on January 15, 2007


Review #53: Very good sigar indeed. Nice smoke and delicate. Want to have more of these. Nice balance - Submitted by Jeroen van der Pluijm on December 24, 2006


Review #52: I would have to say nice overall cigar. Well constructed, enjoyable smoke. But didn't really live up to the price and expectations. For the exact same size, I prefer the Partagas Milles Fleurs. Much more consistent, more flavor and less expensive of course. Although the Siglo II remains a classic. - Submitted by baho on December 18, 2006


Review #51: I purchased the new Siglo II Tubos in five 3-packs. I knew these were very young sticks, and as such didn't expect much. It was a good smoke, with typical young Cohiba flavors. The strongest flavor was grass with some very subtle hints of cocoa/coffee bean. It had flawless construction and burned straight for the entire length. The real treat of these new tubos is seeing the smiles on the faces of your friends as you hand them one. - Submitted by jcwbnimble on November 30, 2006


Review #50: Hola. I can't say this is a bad smoke, but I find this Siglo II the less Cohiba of all Cohiba lines. Maybe good as an intro for new aficionados of the brand - Submitted by olisiponense on November 30, 2006


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