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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 #14: This has become my most favored "regular" smoke, given its easy-to-manage size. Excellent grassy and spicy notes, with a very distinctive, unmistakeable character. Fantastic aroma, rich and complex, yet never overly harsh. Although smoother than the older Cohibas, it still packs enough strength to satisfy after a nice meal. Very definitely worth the premium price! - Submitted by The Privateer on July 28, 2004


Review #13: The Siglo II is a beautiful, smooth smoke with medium-rich flavour, good scented aroma and even burn. Great when smoked outdoors on a warm evening with a good Spanish red - Submitted by Jon Kearney on July 9, 2004


Review #12: Im a big fan of other Cohiba's so I was looking forward to trying this one. I was not disappointed. It is a great short smoke. Great complex, rich flavours, nice smoke and an excellent burn. I enjoyed a nice flavour transition as it hit the last third. The only complaint anyone could have is the price. It's pretty expensive for a smoke that could easily be compared to a cheaper brand. - Submitted by Toronto Smoker on July 7, 2004


Review #11: For several months now I have been going back and forth with this Siglo II and the Siglo III for title of my favorite Cohiba. Then I walked into some nicely aged Siglo IV's. They are all so damn good, like sexy and willing triplets! This Siglo II packs a punch into its hour long smoke. A convenient size with thick rich smoke. They are close to being Full bodied. Some of these have been like smoking a chocolate stick with a hint of strong coffee. Goes perfect with Bordeaux or Cabernet. My favorite 1 hour cigar with its brother, the Siglo III my favorite 1 1/2 cigar! - Submitted by Donald Fagen on June 9, 2004


Review #10: a nice cigar with great flavor and taste! - Submitted by %Lo_DoE% on April 29, 2004


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