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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 #127: ---   I just had a Cohiba Siglo 2 from a box a friend brought back for me from Cuba and it was excellent. Very fresh from his humidor. Had a good peppery taste, a nice dark brown chocolate wrapper and lots of creamy smoke. The ash held on for a long time too. One of my personal favourite smokes. - Submitted by jdelrizzo on December 31, 2010


Review #126: ---   this siglo II is misunderstood. yes its a petit,but it packs a punch, strong woody and earth tones with a hint of honey.highly recommended. - Submitted by filix on December 3, 2010


Review #125: OCT 93 I was fortuned enough to be gifted a 1993 Siglo II from a realiable source and let me just say the 1/3 was smooth and light woody taste but at the half way point the flovors really picked up but never overypowering. Some mild chocolate, nuts, honey just plain good flavors. Nice brown wrapper with thin vains and the cigar felt hard to the touch but the draw and burn were perfect. Flavors got stronger towards the end but never to strong to enjoy. This cigar was 17 years old and very good. Thanks Trent for the great cigar. - Submitted by jrubero on October 10, 2010


Review #124: AUG 08 great! i smoked one straight from the shop on a evening in the city Utrecht after a good concert. it was my first Cohiba and i completely understood why it is so expensive however it's worth it. it was the kind of cigar i love, not too strong, but the taste is really easy to experience, nice cedar tastes like it smells and hints of cream and chocolade, and a little hint of honey that you will taste and enjoy for sure. a must have in your humidor! - Submitted by itsme on September 22, 2010


Review #123: ---   one of my favorites. Some aging can turn this little beauty into something magnificent, yet enjoyable smoked straight after opening the box. Opening flavours of pepper and spices with a hint of wood, develops into creamy notes that fill you up like a rich meal. Quite overpriced, but totally worthy. - Submitted by darkcount on July 22, 2010


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