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Cohiba Siglo IV

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:143
Format:Corona GordaRing:46
Weight:11,41 gr.Score:8.8
Presentation: Banded bundle of 25 in a varnished slide-lid box.

Cohiba Siglo IV Review:

This cigar was introduced in November 1992 and introduced to the international market in 1994, commemorating the 500th anniversary of the arrival of Columbus to the New World. The Siglo series are said to be milder than the rest of the models from the Cuban brand, tasting all them very similar, with mild creamy sweetness, medium bean flavours and also medium tobacco taste. 143mm of smoking pleasure.

Average user rating


Review #107: SEP 08 I'm documenting my review after the fact, so no detailed tasting notes, but it is impossible to forget the fact that this is a top-notch smoke (bear in mind the 8.5 years of age it had on it). It really tingled the senses with aromatic complexity. The burn was razor sharp and the draw was perfect throughout. - Submitted by mjmmm on March 19, 2017


Review #106: My second Siglo IV was much smoother than the previous one. Amazing flavour and very complex taste with medium strenght; pairs great with a 40 years old tawny Port wine. - Submitted by Heinrich on October 30, 2016


Review #105: Full Cohiba taste, stronger than the Siglo VI. Gives a 70 minutes smoke, without any loss of character. Not properly complex yet, though - needs some aging time to refine. An 8,5 for this lovely looking Corona Gorda. - Submitted by Heinrich on October 27, 2016


Review #104: Amazing cigar. Paired this cigar with a whisky and all I could think was how smooth they both were. A very creamy smoke that was mild at the start and worked its way up to a medium strength. After experiencing this cigar I will have to make it on of my main stays. - Submitted by R-dragon on December 31, 2015


Review #103: --- 07 Not much. - Submitted by kyriakos on December 29, 2015


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