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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 #39: Had one over the weekend and I guess it needs a little time in the humidor. Great cigar but I treated myself to four Cubans over the weekend and this was the least impressive. - Submitted by Stone on February 24, 2007


Review #38: I have always ssmoked Cuban cigars ever since I was introduced to cigar smoking in 1979. After years of different brands, I now smoke Cohiba Siglo IV cigars. I find them to be a relaxing smoke but I must be honest in the fact that I occasionally find one cigar to be exceptionally strong and might cause slight nausia - Submitted by Ben Roche on January 4, 2007


Review #37: A bit untight smoke. Allright but not very attracting. OK. - Submitted by Jeroen van der Pluijm on December 24, 2006


Review #36: inconsistent; but when on very good. I tink these need aging. They can taste too green but when they are on they leave that spicy flavor in your mouth. - Submitted by ronjk on December 16, 2006


Review #35: Bought a box at the Plaza Americana in Varadero in December 2005. Paid 251.25 CUC which is about $13.22 CDN each. The funny thing was I didn't want to love the Cohiba's because they are soo expensive compared to most other Cubans. I smoked just about one of everything I could get my hands on and then I tried my first Siglo IV on the balcony with a cappucino and the ocean... I really do like the distinct Cohiba taste and smell. It really is a fine cigar. my notes at the time are as follows; "why do the most expensive cigars taste the best!? Very nice cigar, no harsh smoke, tasty yet mild" I rate it a 9 out of 10 except for the price. Just remember it is twice the price as some of the best Cubans ie: Partagas No.4 and Hoyo Petit Robusto, so if your on a budget smoke a few while in Cuba but invest in the cheaper but just as good above two. - Submitted by Monaco Mauler on October 19, 2006


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