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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 #77: ---   the best Siglo between the Cohiba Siglo product line... the constant of flavour, the great aroma, and the faboulase flow can fully discribe this cigar,... rolled with Magic - Submitted by bnmutlaq on January 13, 2010


Review #76: OCT 06 I have had much better Corona Gordas at much cheaper prices. Yes, it is faultlessly constructed, but flavourwise, it is lacking any greatness. Go for a Magnum 46, a Hoyo Epicure number 1 or even a Rafael Gonzalez Corona Extra instead. - Submitted by cjarman on December 17, 2009


Review #75: MAY 08 Some guys are right - it's an expesive cigar. So is 50 year old Talisker. This is a Cuban legend - hurry, buy now while you can! - Submitted by philmarr on December 17, 2009


Review #74: NOV 05 Just opened a box from Nov'05. Easy light. Easy draw. Tons of smoke! First inch was like smoke laced with honey. Very mild at the start. Coffee aroma and so smooth. Hints of grass started coming out in the background. Ash dropped off after an inch. 2nd inch started a bit bland but still full of coffee and honey taste. Vanilla and grass started to come out on my taste buds during the 3rd inch. Oh my, even chocolate! (dark chocolate in fact). This stick has decent complexity while being mild. The 4th and 5th inch the cigar remains nice and mellow with vanilla and honey notes coming back. 4 year old Siglo 4 is perfect! One of my favorites! - Submitted by chungair on October 7, 2009


Review #73: MAR 07 I havent had one in about a year so I figure I would see how they are coming along. The Siglo IV carries more body than the rest of the Siglo line with the exception of the little firecracker Siglo I. Construction, burn and draw all close to perfect. This cigar was Med/Medium Full throughout and delivered top quality toasted tobacco, espresso and the occasional vanilla bean notes. It finished slightly harsh and a bit tannic but I like a young cigar that goes down kicking and screaming. It leaves a lot to the imagination as to where it will go in 2,5,10 years time. People knock the Siglo series as being sub-par to the classic line but this cigar shows all the hallmark Cohiba flavors with no weakness whatsoever. This cigar has a loooong way to go. I'm probably going to not touch any of my early 07 boxes for another 2 1/2 years. currently a 91-92 point cigar with potential for 95-96. - Submitted by aavkk on August 3, 2009


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