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Cohiba Siglo V

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:170
Format:DaliaRing:43
Weight:11,86 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: Banded bundle of 25 in a varnished slide-lid box.


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Review #13: April 2004 manufacture. Luxurious, chocolate-brown wrapper with excellent construction and burn. This is an incredibly rich and "filling" cigar whose tastes of dark chocolate and black coffee can leave the smoker satiated (with the feeling of just having consumed a large meal) before it is finished. The line between sumptuousness and excess is not easy to draw with this superb piece; I recommend taking it after an austere meal, with a clear head and without alcohol, in order to avoid producing the sensation of overindulgence which can mar the smoking experience. - Submitted by Kopeck Freiherr von Balk on December 13, 2005


Review #12: I think i may be the only person in the world who isn't impressed by Cohiba cigars. I found this Dalia to be a very tight draw, smooth and mellow yes..but too much so, not for me. - Submitted by Otto on November 3, 2005


Review #11: WOW! i had my first Siglo 5 on 29th Oct and got to say it was a great smoke. Smooth and effortless with notes of cocoa and hazlenut! I love the dark, rich, oily wrapper - it makes all the difference. i have to sample a few more before i can score it 5 stars) ...... Now for the Siglo 6!!! - Submitted by Gobind on October 31, 2005


Review #10: I totally agree with poshjonny opinion, which i also encountered with the same problem of inconsistency. what's happen with it? I don't believe i have got some fake one, and i will blame it on inconsistency. Anyhow, i will give an 8 for those which are with good quality. - Submitted by Derek.C. on September 24, 2005


Review #9: I really want to submit a good review for these cigars but it\'s difficult: I have a problem with their consistency. I Bought 3 card boxes of five cigars each and they have been in my humidor at 68 RH for several weeks. 3 or 4 that I\'ve smoked have been superb - richly flavoured and even burning, dark and silky, almost peerless. The other 3 or 4 I\'ve smoked have been too tightly rolled, thin-tasting, difficult to draw and annoying in the extreme. I guess I\'ll just have to leave them to age a (long)while longer. - Submitted by poshjonny on June 17, 2005


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