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Cohiba Siglo III

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Cohiba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Corona GrandeRing:42
Weight:10,14 gr.Score:8.1
Presentation: Banded bundle of 25 in a varnished slide-lid box.

Cohiba Siglo III 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. 155mm of smoking pleasure

Average user rating

Review #74: Smoked the last one from a pack of 5 probably from around 2015. Like the previous 4 this was an unimpressive and at times downright unpleasant cigar in my book. Plain tabac flavors, no complexity, rough and bitter on the retronasal draw. The last third was better, the cigar came to life a bit and yes, there were a few mocca bean and earthy flavors to discover, but nowhere near as complex an experience as you'd expect from Cohiba. Now, this probably was just a badly constructed batch (it also went out a few times and the burn was uneven) - but for the money we should be able to expect much more. I don't know if Cohiba has solved its consistency issues by now as there are almost no current products available in Europe right now, but for the time being I'll refrain from rebuying Siglos and will stick to brands that are readily available and deliver in terms of quality and consistency (Juan Lopez, Partagas). - Submitted by CStark on March 26, 2022

Review #73: Best cigar made in Cuba. Creamy, smooth and consistent box after box. - Submitted by WarriorPro on November 30, 2021

Review #72: NOV 17 Smoked several from a box of petacas. A nice soft and mellow cigar but not outstanding. Flavours were subtle, with wood, sweet spices and herbal notes. Last third is headier and stronger, but the flavours stayed the same. If the Hoyo des Dieux were still in production they would have been a better choice and at half the price. - Submitted by titobueno76 on August 2, 2019

Review #71: Huge disappppontement. Very bland and deprived of flavours, even if well consttucted and with perfect burn. - Submitted by Heinrich on January 6, 2019

Review #70: The flavor profile of this cigar was rather unimpressive. Thoughout the smoke, there was no noticing everyone change in taste. I thought the entire smoke was rather bland. I would not purchase these again. - Submitted by Nicky P on March 12, 2016

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