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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 #9: Siglo IV was my first Cohiba. Excellent rich taste and aroma. Chocolate flavor in my openion. I was impressed by the purfect burning. - Submitted by AM on June 22, 2004


Review #8: My Siglo IV's are smoking AWESOME. Full of choclate and spice. I've not had any draw problems or harshness at all. This is quickly becoming my #1 smoke. - Submitted by Jmurman on June 1, 2004


Review #7: The smooth, deep and rich smoke of a well and properly aged Cohiba Siglo IV may well be the finest medium to full bodied cigar on the planet. These cigars have such a mellow yet rich, thick nutty flavor and are smooth as can be and last an hour and a half. What could be better than sitting with a lovely young lass, each of us puffing our Siglo IV's and sipping red wine listening to the strains of some mellow Steely Dan on the patio in Maui?? Walter Becker May 28th, 2004 - Submitted by Walter Becker on May 28, 2004


Review #6: I found this cigar to be bi-polar. It started out nice and soft but halfway through it got down right powerful. The draw was slightly on the tight side, but the Siglo IV provided a perfect burn and solid spicy flavors and great construction. The flavor turned a bit early for a Cohiba, and overall I found this cigar to be full-bodied. I think with some aging, this can be a classic, but donít smoke it new as it is an average performer. - Submitted by martinsfsu on May 24, 2004


Review #5: Smoked one from a mid 90's box. Wow, this is what I remember the Siglo IV's to taste like. Rich, beany, rounded flavors makes you think you're taking the best "armchair holiday". A fantastic smoke when smoking a well aged box! It true "Classic"! Wish they made them today like they used to. - Submitted by rogndd on May 13, 2004


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