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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 #31: I've had some trouble with the few Siglo I i have smoked. I've tried desperately to experience the creaminess with an irish stout and irish whiskey and the fine cuban flavours with spiked cappuccinos but have always been disapointed with a very hard draw. A very pretty perla with a fantastic wrapper, the true flavours only come out in the last inch, why i smoke them to burning finger tips. For the price you pay in Australia, spending some more on a II is worth it. Hopefully i will come across a better box. - Submitted by Heman Steve on August 15, 2005

Review #30: I smoked my first Siglo I last Friday and was very pleasantly surprised. Itís construction is great, causing superb burning characteristics. In the more than an hour (!) it took me to finish this little gem (quite the nubber) the torch was only needed to light it at the start. Tastewise, this cigar is very smooth with lotís of earth, a hint of pepper and (very distint) some coffee. A friend of mine was smoking a Monte No.5: a very nice cigar, but by far not as refined as the Siglo I. This junior from Cohiba is little big cigar! - Submitted by Bolivar on May 23, 2005

Review #29: Had a lazy weekend to partake in a few cigars. First was the Siglo I. What a gem; the taste of dark coffee came across my taste buds first. Tinges of pepper and earth round out this delicious cigar. Perfect 25 minute dog walkin\' smoke. Will be a staple in my humi. - Submitted by CIGARHead on May 9, 2005

Review #28: Great little smoke, classic Cohiba flavour and twang in a small stick. Very smooth and tasty, perfect after lunch if you have little time on your hands. - Submitted by A. Dyer on March 22, 2005

Review #27: I nice small cigar the burnd evenly. I great cigar for a quick smoke. It burns your finger in the end. If you don't have time for a great siglo VI smoke this. - Submitted by Dave n on March 6, 2005

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Cohiba Siglo I

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