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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 #71: A beautifully crafted petit corona, oily with a thin vein wrapper and a flat three-seem cap. An attractive dark tan colour. Soft-texture and a sumptuous smoke after dinner. It burns well with a medium draw. A lot of flavor is packed into this small cigar. It has a fine floral aroma, and loads the mouth with light leather and significantly sweet wood and nut flavours. Despite its unassuming size, it carries on with an occasional spunky nutmeg spice with hints of ginger and vanilla notes. Complete with a long cream and cedar finish. This is a small cigar teeming with power. Indeed a complex medium to full-bodied cigar. 9.5 out of 10 - Submitted by PABL0 on March 27, 2008

Review #70: Great DIRECT cigar! Creamy, mild & sweet. Cohiba's qualities perfectly come into play on this cigar. In my opinion the Siglo 1 is one of the best in it's league (size) and clearly underrated in this forum what concerns taste. But: Construcition is a problem of this cigar as I experienced it. Often it's wrapped way to tight - but than still working because of it's shortness. Something that would not work with a Lancero. Probably because of it's price no lack of quality is excused. For those who want even the shortest smoke to be one of the best the Siglo 1 is the right thing. Try it to a p.m. espresso! 10 points taste despite of it's size, 6 points construcion. - Submitted by Fidelito on February 12, 2008

Review #69: updating my reviews a bit. Smoked one last november in Cuba. Cigar with 2 faces... first part was full of cream, smooth, just exellent. Second part was harsh, maybe too young, I don't know, The finish was just not good enough. Ok cigar but would have a better review if I only smoked the first part. O, and another remark, Cohiba is always expensive in comparison to the other brands, no matter where you go. If you want quality for your money for a small cigar, and a tad of a 'classy brand' try to buy a box of Trinidad reyes in Cuba, Andorra or Spain. You won't be disappointed! - Submitted by Yapi on January 31, 2008

Review #68: Well, just smoked my first SI, and got a de ja vue! If you have smoked Partagas Petit Cor Esp (totalmento a mano)the only differecnce here is the bigger is better, save your money! Cohibas arenīt the best cigars here! - Submitted by rookie on November 7, 2007

Review #67: From a NOV06 box . This would be a nice introduction to the Cohiba line with out spending too much . These have a stronger concentration of flavors that the Siglo line is known for ( compared to the 1 to 5 ) and is easily smokable down to a nub . So well rolled (consistently) that I find that you can get close to an hour of enjoyment from these which makes them a good value for a Cohiba . - Submitted by wahoo33 on October 13, 2007

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