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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.

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Review #44: Tried one of these last summer in Cuba. Out of all the Cohiba's I tried, this one stuck with me. I personally don't think you need any drink pairing. Strong coffee like flavors with an amazing burn and construction. Cohiba Esplendido is a much better smoke IMHO, but the Siglo III comes pretty close. - Submitted by cigar are good on March 25, 2008

Review #43: Purchased a box of 25 of these from Hong Kong duty free two years ago, and have since smoked all but five of them. These are one of my 'go to' smokes, they never disappoint and are always a delight. It's one of those very tough things to describe, they are strong yet smooth and never harsh. Their high asking price makes them a little tougher to give top marks, but if money were no object I think these could very well be my Cuban love affair. - Submitted by Tony38 on March 20, 2008

Review #42: 2nd cigar i smoked from a pack of 5 bought from Schiphol,Amsterdam Airport.so no fake(i hope) i dont know the year but they had the gold letters so Pre 2003 im guessing.kept them in my humi for about 6 months.It looked really beautifull this cigar,smooth wrapper,little bit firm to the touch and smelled nice and sweet.prelight draw was rather tight but that might be because i used a puncher on it.after i lit it,to be honest it was all down hill,draw stayed tight all way around and flavour wasnt really present,it mannaged to get overpowerred by a Italian white wine i was having with it wich is not a good sign.the only time i got real flavout from it was when tha tabacco turned bitter,about 1cm away from the band(i found that way too fast) i will elave the other 3 for a couple more months and review again,in general very dissapointing for the price of these.smoked one of my Quintero Brevas afterward and it was alot more flavourfull,that is really not good to be honest. - Submitted by maatjes123 on February 3, 2008

Review #41: Wonderful... - Submitted by imbatman on January 13, 2008

Review #40: Just smoked my first from a box purchased in Hong Kong marked Sept '06. I also have Siglo II and Siglo VI's. The VI is maybe the best I hav eever smoked. The wrapper on the III is almost Connecticut.. milder than the II and VI's but a great cigar. If I was on a desert island and had one cigar it would be the Siglo Vi.. the Siglo II is more intense than the III, But ALL the Siglo's are wonderful. US Conissuer. imbatman - Submitted by imbatman on January 13, 2008

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