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Cohiba Siglo I

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Cohiba Cigars
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 #36: When these were first produced this was easily one of the greatest cigars in the market, regardless of its small size a five star smoke. I smoked many boxes of this in the mid nineties. Recently quality has improved but it's only a shadow of what it was. - Submitted by pachemar on January 14, 2006

Review #35: I've smoked a few of these now. I realise they're small but they're really not interesting until the last third. A very easy, almost bland smoke, if Perla's are your thing go for the Partagas Shorts, they're absolutely fantastic, interesting all the way through. - Submitted by Otto on November 3, 2005

Review #34: Marvellous little monster. Not a creamy cigar by any means; this is a spicy, voluminous beast. Ample smoke, wonderful burn, gets a little hot near the end. This cigar is best smoked fresh out of the box imo as the sponginess lends itself to a meatier, immediate taste. Probably overpriced as the monte 5 can be had for nearly 1/2 the price. This cigar is guiness stout to the monte 5's heineken. Enjoy. - Submitted by sawseech on September 8, 2005

Review #33: A great cigar..small but just as good as his bigger Cohiba-Brothers. 1 off my favo cigars. - Submitted by Actionhost on September 1, 2005

Review #32: I smoked one last evening. Very good construction, bold flavour of the capa and tripa. But when I lighted it I discovered a strange flat burning. I did not experienced a good smoke, It was dry, tobacco and spicy, but not creamy. I hoped for the second and third part of the cigar, but no change. I'm a bit disappointed, also for the money I spent (I think it's too expensive, compared to Monte 5). - Submitted by altazar on August 29, 2005

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