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Cohiba Siglo II

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:129
Format:MarevaRing:42
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:8.0
Presentation: Banded bundle of 25 in a varnished slide-lid box.

Cohiba Siglo II Review:

This cigar was introduced in November 1992 and introduced to the international market in 1994, commemorating the 500th anniversary of the arrival of Columbus to the New World. The Siglo series are said to be milder than the rest of the models from the Cuban brand, tasting all them very similar, with mild creamy sweetness, medium bean flavours and also medium tobacco taste. 129mm of smoking pleasure.

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Review #149: ---   Tried my fifth Siglo II and it came out amazing. The last third was the best with clear evolution in the flavour nuances between thirds. Really enjoyed it - a cigar to be smoken with calm so as not to warm it up. - Submitted by Heinrich on April 4, 2017


Review #148: NOV   NOV 15 box date. This box has really been a mixed bag. They are without a doubt one of my favourite cigars but I've had a number of duds recently. 5 or 6 of the box have had serious burn issues, either in need of constant touch ups or relights. When they are good they are really good. When they are bad they are hopeless and its frustrating. I guess that's the same old story for most Cubans. If they would just sort out their quality control issues... - Submitted by jumpfrog on January 25, 2017


Review #147: Very mixed feelings on this cigar. Tried two from a 3 sample and they were superb. Had another two from a 5 sample box and they were dull and tasteless. Guess i was unlucky with the last ones... - Submitted by Heinrich on August 20, 2016


Review #146: JUL 12 A nice cigar with light brown wrapper.Burning well,slowly, draw OK. Rich creamy flavour, mild to medium in strenght. Little expensive. - Submitted by kml on August 10, 2015


Review #145: Have smoked a number of cigars over time and i keep coming back to the siglo no 2 as my all time favorite every day smoke. I smoke slowly, as i feel the cooler smoke allows a wider palate of flavours...my avg smoke time is 1 hr. Which is perfect given the time i can spare. Flavours are not very complex but definitely consistent throughout the smoke. Being a HUGE fan of sweet flavours I find the creamy, sweet cedar, nutty and toasty nuances to be heaven. Medium amounts of smoke. It was definitely a young cigar as the tannins were evident on the retrohale. Thinking about buying a box to age but afraid i wont be able to make it last over a year. - Submitted by Moazzam Ali Khan on July 27, 2015


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