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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.

Average user rating

Review #39: Sometimes when I smoke this cigar, I wonder why bother with others. This is from a NOV04 box, perfect construction as always. Woody, caramel and floral flavors with an intoxicating aroma. One of my favorites. - Submitted by fabio on October 28, 2007

Review #38: Just bought a new box and have smoked about 5 after a couple of weeks in my humidor. The box is from 06 and I have been very surprised by the great and complex taste of my batch. I normally like the Cohiba taste, but do no think is worth the price premium as compared to some good Partagas', Bolivares, etc. (except SVI which is one of my special ocasion sigars), but I have to say that these siglo III have been worth every peny. Thye burn great, produce copious smoke and the taste is typical good Cohiba with mid-to-full body and very complex prifile. I will definitelly look for more of this great beauties. - Submitted by finidi on August 23, 2007

Review #37: After an "express humidity cure", I've finally tasted some from a pack i bought from Spain. Usually Cohibas are over-rated and personally I prefer their counterparts from other brands (the Partagas serie D no4 to the Cohiba Robusto and so on). This time though, I have to admit that this Singlo III 5-pack was worth buying. And it's easy to explain: effortless "relative-simplicity", "targeted" I'd say.Enjoy - Submitted by aathans on August 22, 2007

Review #36: I go along with review #33. They seemed to get stronger and stronger until at the finish they just burned my mouth. I love a good full tasting cigar, but there is a difference between strong and full. These are strong rather than full. Another one that goes to the bottom of my humidor and see what happens in about six months. - Submitted by lvancourt on August 15, 2007

Review #35: I have often heard that the siglo series are not the best representation of the flavours that make Cohiba famous. Being a huge fan of the Cohiba robustos and having sampled many other cohibas in the classical range, i can say that this particular siglo lacks that taste that has made Cohiba so great. I suppose that the unusual flavour I got out of this cigar is the bean flavour that many have mentioned, although i'm not sure exactly how to describe it. The draw of this cigar is perfect, not too tight or loose, but price is an issue. While this is still a very tasty cigar don't buy one expecting to experience true Cohiba flavours. - Submitted by Gillette on July 26, 2007

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