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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 #24: Most flavourful smoke I've tried yet. Had a pack of five at christmas and they were outstanding. Each a work of art in itself. But, recently picked up a couple from a reputable local tobacconist and the construction on each was badly flawed. If they hadn't been Cohibas I'd have probably chucked them. - Submitted by Aromatic on February 10, 2005


Review #23: For people travelling to Cuba: Don't expect these to be authentic if you bought them anywhere else than La Casa Del Habano. First night in Cuba, I bought one from this touristy restaurant, and it turned out to be a counterfeit. This should cost $7.50 individually or in a box, so if you got it for $4 or $2 it's just not authentic. These and other Cohibas are the absolute favorite among the counterfeiters and you'll bump into people selling "Cohibas" everywhere. The real things I love, although they're not my absolute favorite among Cuban cigars. Great, great cigars nonetheless, and made Padrons (from Nicaragua, not bad by any means, either) pale in comparison. - Submitted by John L on January 21, 2005


Review #22: I went to Havana for Chirstmas last month and this was the first cigar of many I sampled. Don't jump into this brand right away as I did. I was caught off guard and was quickly over powered by a cigar that is clearly designed to incapacitate. Billinrio: I also found it to have lots of smoke, and grey and white ash; but so did every other cigar I smoked. Settle down buddy. - Submitted by Eddy on January 12, 2005


Review #21: WOW! Smoked this cigar on the Beach in Varadaro last week and wow that was a Cuban expereince. Nice flavour very smooth compared to other Cohiba's not to mention the Cuban girl I shared it with on the Beach...Bill Cliton Style! - Submitted by Beach on December 10, 2004


Review #20: I got some of these 4 years ago in Havana and they have been patiently resting in my humidor. Since they started to show some bloom on the chocolate brown wrapper, I decided to light one up. Expert construction; inviting aroma; perfect draw; lots of smoke; grey and white mottled ash; complex flavor that expands and deepens as you proceed. Very satisfying. - Submitted by billinrio on November 5, 2004


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