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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 #32: Excellent corona gorda.An hour and a half of creamy,chocolatey smoking pleasure.However for the price of 2 of these,you can buy 3 Juan Lopez selection #1 which in my opinion are better in every respect. - Submitted by afuentelover on June 30, 2006


Review #31: I enjoyed smoking this cigar but no more than a Hoyo Petit Robusto or a Partagas D4. It's nice but over-rated and over-priced. - Submitted by stef_install on June 8, 2006


Review #30: This was my first Cohiba, and WOW! Very creamy, lots of smoke, lots of flavor. The ash held on for at least 2 inches, and was a very dark grey/black. I was so lost in the beauty of this cigar, I didn't even notice that I had smoked it down to the band, and started burning that too. This is the cigar I rate all others against from here on out. - Submitted by jcwbnimble on May 5, 2006


Review #29: This was my first Cohiba and I must say I was very pleased with its taste, but the aroma was the best, rich, intense, beautiful. Perfect burning and draw, it's a very demanding cigar and by the final third you wish you hadn't had that fourth tequila, the spicy taste kicked in suddenly within 10 minutes which I loved. It is an expensive piece but I think I'll have to get used to that since many Cohiba are well over $20. The ash was unbelievable long, I thought it would fall on my lap but not even tapping would make it fall (it finally did fall on my lap after 5cm). A great cigar but not an everyday one, it causes a big impression when in public by the way. - Submitted by Mithras on March 25, 2006


Review #28: Very classy cigar, has a lot of taste and the taste is consistant. I've purchased them in Canada and in Cuba and they aste the same all over. Great Cigar thats worth the price!! - Submitted by Canadacigar on March 20, 2006


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