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


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Review #32: Hmm, sorry about your experience \"Phil_za\", though that doesn\'t sound like genuine Cohiba to me, and if it was you must have been very unlucky and gotten a really poor cigar. The Siglo II is a really smooth cigar with little spice; it\'s more of a tangy spice. Medium flavour and body, very creamy woody and coffee flavours with a slight degree of complexity. A fantastic lunchtime smoke. No harshness at all, strongly reccomend you try a couple more from a good source, especially if you like Cohiba anyway. - Submitted by A. Dyer on May 24, 2005


Review #31: After purchasing a pack of these I was extremely disappointed,a very harsh spicy flavour that just got worse.After smoking and loving a Siglo VI/Robusto/Sublime and becoming somewhat of a Cohiba fan this Siglo II was like a kick in the teeth.A real let down - Submitted by Phil_za on May 22, 2005


Review #30: Smoked this at a family cookout on mothersday. Hot sun decending behing the trees made for a perfect chance to enjoy this stick. The wrapper wasnt as dark as the Sig I that I had a day before, but it was a bit more oily....just the way I like \'em. Loads of blueish smoke, chocolate and pepper. To sum it all up: This damn thing was tastey! - Submitted by CIGARHead on May 9, 2005


Review #29: I bought a box last year with a Feb 2004 date on it. I smoked one right away and couldn\'t believe how mellow it was. Odd in my experience for any Cohiba to be that mellow that young. They keep getting sweeter with more chocolate/coffee flavors as time goes by. What a great smoke. - Submitted by SF Karl on May 1, 2005


Review #28: Well, I smoked the first Cohiba Siglo II. I pay a lot for it, compared to other good vitolas, but I thought it was right for a Cohiba. I smoked it, good, smooth, a good cigar, but not better than HdM Coronation, a Montecristo n.4, or other good coronas. I think it\'s overestimated. - Submitted by altazar on April 29, 2005


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