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Cohiba Siglo I

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:5,91 gr.Score:7.8
Presentation: Banded bundle of 25 in a varnished slide-lid box.

Average user rating

Review #66: this is not a bad cigar but for almost half of the price id much rather smoke a partagas shorts, this is a nice cigar however with creamy coffe bean and cocoa flavors perfect strenght for and after-breakfeast cigar or with a good beer - Submitted by Simon M on September 11, 2007

Review #65: This is a little attention seeker of a cigar. Mid point it really hits the spot. Burnt my fingers trying to keep it going. - Submitted by aromatic on August 1, 2007

Review #64: It's been a while since I've had a Siglo I, but I just had a box arrive with Aug 06 box code so I thought I'd give one a try. It's a very nice lunch time smoke, however, the Diplomaticos 5 is the best and the Montecristo 5 is better too. This is a much more raw cigar than the other two and does not have the balance. Perhaps the Siglo I needs to age more, as the Monte 5 and Dip 5 are good to smoke right out of the box. A great 1/2 hour smoke nonetheless. - Submitted by cookj1 on June 19, 2007

Review #63: What can we say? It is Cohiba. First class material, first class construction. I had a nice blend of bean, herbs, with some cocoa notes in the back from time to time. It is a good cigar but the reasons why I won't get more is the lack of aftertaste, the lack of richness, and flavors that only start to hit you when 1/3 of the cigar left. For almost the same price, I go for a petit robusto from HDM, it is full flavor from the foot to the nail. This cigar makes a premium choice for the first step into the world of high end cigar but it doesn't go further than that. - Submitted by JTS on May 10, 2007

Review #62: Un de ces Havana m'a donné ma première expérience mémorial. Ce déclic qui vous rend passionné. Avant même de l'allumer, prenez le temps de sentir tous ces arômes et d'apprécier la texture huileuse de l'enveloppe. Vous comprendrez que vous êtes devant un cigare fort bien construit. Malgré son coût surévalué, ces Siglos I sont un choix satisfaisant dû à la générosité des saveurs de forces moyennes qu'il exhibe. - Submitted by Guillaume on April 29, 2007

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Cohiba Siglo I

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