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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.


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Review #54: My first cohiba. Great draw, spicy. Loving it - Submitted by boyez on February 5, 2008


Review #53: Siglo IV, my favorite cigar, of which I am privalaged to own six boxes in my collection. Consistent quality, finest tobacco, spicy, bottom line is and orgasmically awesome smoke. If I ever hit the lotto I will definately smoke one everyday, but sadly at >$400 a box they remain nurtured in the humidor, reserved for those special occasions. - Submitted by mwlacey on January 20, 2008


Review #52: I've never been good at describing a cigar's flavour, but now I understand the meaning of the word " spicy ". Smoking this reminded me of the taste of freshly ground pepper, something I love. It gave me ample volumes of smoke, a razor sharp burn, delicious taste, and didn't go out until I let it. All in all, a great cigar, but like other reviewers say, it's damned expensive. - Submitted by W. Merrifield on January 14, 2008


Review #51: About the only bad thing you can say about this cigar, is that it is more expensive than other corona gorda's. That being said, it more than makes up for it in consistency. Always fantastic construction, perfect balance of the Cohiba-esque flavor of creamy/wood/vanilla notes. I find consistently thick and rich flavors, on a more medium strength smoke. The aromas from Cohibas is intoxicating, absolutely fantastic. Always well stocked on these for good reason. In my top 5 smokes along with the Siglo III. - Submitted by fabio on October 28, 2007


Review #50: I think of this tobacco as being very delicate. The Siglo IV commands respect and needs attention. This is an excellent cigar. Treating it with care and smoking it slowly enhanced the enjoyment. Big plumes of smoke billowed from this perfectly constructed cigar. This cigar lasted a full one hour and thirty minutes. You can't smoke these fast; they deserve your attention and time. One of the better Cohibas, the Siglo IV has all of the best flavours and aromas. - Submitted by cookj1 on September 5, 2007


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