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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 #122: MAR 08 I fell in love with the Siglo II at first sight. The smoking was just perfect ... Honey, Leather, wood and cacao flavours concentrated in a perfectly shaped cigar. A must ! - Submitted by roark on July 10, 2010


Review #121: MAY   Just love this cigar, I have tried loads of brands and cigar types but the Cohiba siglo 2 is the best ever. Earthy,smooth, cool and woody that is how I would explain it (with my limited knowledge' I have never experienced a Sigo 3 as yet but will do within the next week. However, it must be the best thing since sliced bread to beat the Siglo 2, Cohiba rocks, full on! - Submitted by Coinishcool on May 22, 2010


Review #120: ---   Got a box of five of these Cohiba's from a friend coming back from Cuba. Smoked one yesterday afternoon. Once I lit it up....smells like havana. That is one thing that Cohiba's are known for and this smoke is no exception. It was rich and creamy, full of flavour. I have to say the burn was amazing on this smoke. I never had to re-light or make touch ups. I recommend this to anybody who is interested in a nice a cuban cigar. - Submitted by havana-moose on May 2, 2010


Review #119: ---   I smoked a tubo, it was nothing special. Nothing wrong with it, but it definitely worthy of the price difference between it and countless comparable smokes. - Submitted by jsquig on April 29, 2010


Review #118: ---   Just writing to update my scoring for this cigar. I had one last night while watching a fantastic game of football (Arsenal v Barcelona). Is it uncouth behaviour to smoke a fine cigar while watching a yobbish sport? Perhaps, but I'd do it again so I would. I was simply blown away by this cigar, it was simply better than the other times I smoked it. I got 3 singles of the Siglo II so perhaps that explains the variance. This time the first third was mild with creamy tobacco flavour. The second third exploded into flavour, my mouth watered throughout. Very strong creamy flavour, topped only by a wonderfully earthy flavour. When I wasn't drawing on the cigar, I would simply smell it close up, admiring this earthy tone. Into the last third, the cigar had a very sweet smoke that I let flow over the tip of my tongue. Such a development of flavour was intense and I smoked the cigar right down to the nub which I wouldn't normally do. Very sorry that this cigar had to end. I got a good hour of fine smoke from this stick and had to light it a few times as the only thing of more quality than the cigar was the football, which distracted me. I'll give this 4 and a half stars to counter the 3 and half I gave it originally. A solid 4 for me. Would be a solid 4 and half but for the price unfortunately. - Submitted by homanahomana on April 1, 2010


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