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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 #87: great balance. simply excellent.all other cigar not for me-cohiba is my taste. - Submitted by itzikgol on March 16, 2011


Review #86: ---   This is the best cigar i've smoked so far! Very rich flavor, it burns all the way without having to relit, the flavor remains steady all the way, you just don't want to put it down until you can no longer hold it with your fingers :) The only thing that will probably keep me from buying it on regular basis is that its a bit too tight for my taste - its not that easy to draw smoke from it. If you don't mind this, then this is the perfect cigar for any occasion, just prepare some old scotch like Johnnie Walker black label or even better some old rum! - Submitted by sawo on January 4, 2011


Review #85: ---   This is the cigar which brought me back to smoking cohibas regularly. Probably the best corona gorda out there. Nutty flavor smooth but with power. Power with control. great balance. simply excellent. - Submitted by danex on December 5, 2010


Review #84: ---   this siglo IV starts out spicy strong.after about 1/4 into it,it begins the harmony with a rich aroma of coffee and a dab of salt. highly recommened,but not for beginners as you will not know how to appreciate it. - Submitted by filix on December 3, 2010


Review #83: ---   My friends think I am a spokesperson for Cohiba with the way I talk about them but what can I say, I haven't met a Cohiba I didn't like. A little salty on the lips and tongue in the beginning. Woody, spicy, peppery with a nutty follow-up, this is another pleaser. Light, clean wrapper and a little thicker than it's brethren with a strong solid ash and easy draw...and just enough smoke to keep you interested. I did fins it a little under powering, softer in it's bite than others bearing it's name and it's line (Siglo), but sometimes a little less isn't such a bad thing. The event lasted a short 1 hour and I have to admit, I did enjoy and probably smoked it a little quickly, just couldn't help it. So, in conclusion, this cigar was definitely an enjoyable smoke and one I will unquestionably visit again…soon! - Submitted by ftripi on October 12, 2010


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