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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 #21: One was sampled in my quest for a good small cigar. This model was a better alternative to the Exquisito, a fuller body and great earthy character made it an excellent companion for expresso. Nice for after breakfast or any occasion where one needs a quick but full cigar. - Submitted by Stacks Overflow on October 29, 2004

Review #20: "Siglo I" hides its power and flavor under its baby-face. All in all, it's a great smoke, unusual for this vitola, providing a bold Cuban tobacco taste (leather, cedar and beans, melting in an unique cocktail and progressively developing other spicy undertones, like pepper or chocolate), a perfect burn and A LOT of character. I love'em, but they are awfully expensive! Too expensive, for such a short pleasure... - Submitted by Razvan Voncu on October 15, 2004

Review #19: Box code LLN NOV 02 WOW, WOW, WOW, Habanos SA has been able to capture the true cohiba taste and aroma in a small format. The taste and flavor are almost identical to the siglo 1v, the only difference is the size. The unmistakable cohiba aroma is present upon opening the cabinet for the first time, 25 hand tied liquid chocolate gems aging quietly, easily transferred to my main humidor to rest and age with the other 10 cabinets of siglo 1 already in there.The cabinets all range in age from the 02 production runs, the MKO el laguita factory ones are the best in quality, second best would be the LLN factory. Hats off to Habanos SA for creating such a powerful example of perfection. - Submitted by bigyesta on September 29, 2004

Review #18: A great rich and creamy smoke. Good things come in small packages. I love the Siglo IV and this is next on my list. - Submitted by flyer on September 24, 2004

Review #17: I was surprised by the quality and strength in taste of this small wonder. Do not underestimate the size of the siglo I, it is worth trying but clearly not a classic cohiba to have in one's humidor. - Submitted by adrian on August 30, 2004

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Cohiba Siglo I

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