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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.

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Review #61: A wonderful after-breakfast cigar. Burns for 45 to 60 minutes providing good taste in a short time. Should be considered if smoker plans to have another cigar during the day. Large quantities will allow longer enjoyement and a chance to have a smoke during daylight. - Submitted by FLCB on April 23, 2007

Review #60: Cohibas are great cigars: very well done, well presented, everything in the right place...But they just fail in giving me emotions. I don't know why, maybe it's my fault, but I always found them dull and flat taste-wise. This Perla won't probably make me say Cohibas are the best around, but it's definitely better than the others I tried. Spicy from the beginning, it builds up in power and flavour to the end; the draw and the burning are perfection on earth. I can't say I like this one better than Montecristo no.5, but it's a close match. - Submitted by sasha on April 4, 2007

Review #59: I picked this cigar up for a train journey at the last minute and ultimately bought it for price point. It was slightly more than what I would have otherwise gone for, but I had never smoked a Cohiba before. It was very enjoyable. The spice of this cigar is what really caught my attention, however the undertones are smooth and creamy giving a very interesting contrast and making for an enjoyable smoke. I would recommend this to anyone who wants a shorter smoke than a Siglo II, but with the same quality and flavour for a smaller price. - Submitted by BoliH62 on March 28, 2007

Review #58: Very good little cigar. Starts off spicy then it mellows out to very nice floral and vanilla notes then its done what a tease lol. - Submitted by pique212 on March 12, 2007

Review #57: I was looking for a gift to give my friend for his birthday, and I thought I would give him one of these. it turned out to be one of his most memorable birthday presents, and he is now a big cohiba fan - Submitted by ruskayakorova1 on March 12, 2007

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Cohiba Siglo I

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