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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.


Average user rating


Review #19: What can I say, get a good quality siglo II, preferably EMS stamped and it is undoubtably the best mareva you can get. Rich, fairly complex in flavour, smooth but spicy and not overly strong in body. Has a delicious aroma that will relax you until you fall off your chair either after a nice lunch or dinner and will smoke to the nub. - Submitted by A. Dyer on October 31, 2004


Review #18: I am smoking one from a box from early 2004. Not as dark a wrapper as I have had previously. It is still a great smoke. It has all the flavors of the Cohiba and is a perfect anytime smoke. I really like these. The construction is great with a nice solid marbled ash. These are finger burners. Highly recommended. - Submitted by flyer on October 25, 2004


Review #17: You simply can not buy a better mareva. Smooth, very flavorful, deliciously aromatic, impecable construction. The classic Cohiba aromas and flavors in a great size. - Submitted by Estrella on October 10, 2004


Review #16: I prefer my reviews "to the point" without too much "wafting on" about nothing! Ive decided the best way to describe a cigar is in 'thirds' (as many cigar lovers out there seem to be doing). So here's the rap for the Siglo II - 1/3: mellow taste with slight sweet tones. 2/3: still mellow but with increasing sweetness and a subtle spice entering. 3/3: sweetness still there but taken over by the spice but never got to the point where it was bitter. Done and done. - Submitted by Deen on September 27, 2004


Review #15: This cigar made me quit smoking cigarettes and buying cubans. This is an excellent smoke. I've just placed an order for 4 boxes. Grassy, but light finish. Always tastes fresh, regardless of age. - Submitted by Don Alejandro on September 26, 2004


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