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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 #91: ---   Bought a tubed version from a hotel bar. As for the Siglo II my main impression was of a very refined product but nonetheless a quite unexciting albeit inoffensive cigar. Lots of creamy buttery smoke, flawless wrapper, even burn, great draw. Light and grassy without any harshness all the way to the band. The main downside is the vitola - it almost feels like a cut-down panatella. Perlas are too thin and more importantly IMO too short. For a quick smoke I'd rather reach for a minuto instead. I conclude that these are overpriced for what you get whatever the quality. - Submitted by john_larwood on July 22, 2010

Review #90: MAY   A real nice draw similar to the Siglo 2, nut it get hotter near the band than the Sig 2. I am relatively new to commenting side of cigars, so not so familiar with the jargon. Love these Cohibas though. - Submitted by Coinishcool on May 22, 2010

Review #89: ---   Smoked a box of these a few years ago and from my reminiscence, all the 25 sticks were highly enjoyble, with perfect draw, flawless construction and subtle aromas. Expensive, as is the case for all Cohibas, but very good... - Submitted by Coolzen1 on May 22, 2010

Review #88: ---   excellent small cigar,with lots of taste and character.not too strong but complex and full of flavor.ideal for a a 20-30 minute smoke. - Submitted by varonos on February 3, 2010

Review #87: ---   Very full-bodied and has quite a pleasant aroma to it, but not very diverse and strong. Good draw, quite effortless. All in all, a cigar worth smoking. Thing is, I got it from a friend whose father had had it for a longer period of time, and I don't know the conditions it has been aged in. Perhaps if the aging had been better the aroma would be better emphasized. - Submitted by tsar93 on December 20, 2009

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