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Cohiba Siglo II

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Cohiba Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:8.1
Presentation: Banded bundle of 25 in a varnished slide-lid box.

Average user rating

Review #98: bought two of these recently and smoked the first one last night. I was a bit disapointed to say the least, alot of burning problems, but came good eventually.hopefully will the second one will improve - Submitted by eddiemarx on January 25, 2009

Review #97: --- 08 I got a single one from my cigars club as a substitute for other cigars out of stock maybe it is my inexperience with expensive cigars but I can`t see what is supposed to be so special about this cigar. It is clearly not a farmers smoke but I can`t see the reason for the high price either - Submitted by Holgerchen on January 19, 2009

Review #96: I must be missing something here. I have now smoked 2 of these cigars and I must say I was far from pleased. Both were from different places (one purchased in Australia and one in Singapore) and both given as gifts some months apart, one was in the metal siglo tube. The cigar looks good, but both were rolled so tight that the draw was near impossible. It was like i had only put a couple of pin holes in the cap rather then properly cut the cigar. There were some nice flavours, but totally ruined by the fact I had to literally suck on the cigar to get even a small amount of smoke. With the price Habanos SA puts on these things, I was hoping for much much more. I note other reviews mention the draw as well. Draw is a major factor for me and these fall way behind other premium Cubans ..but for twice the price. I'll try another tonight for the final verdict. - Submitted by rivals on January 6, 2009

Review #95: I light up one of these (tubos version) once in a while. Never been disappointed, but never been really charmed either. A good cigar, no doubt, but no better than the offering of other premium Cuban brands. Verdict: a mostly pleasurable, yet far from orgasmic experience that leaves a little bitterness behind, a feeling of having been s*****d. One could get TWO goody Cubans for the price of a siglo 2. Of course, this question is irrelevant if you happen to enjoy an especially plump bank account. Anyway, I still think that this brand, and its sticks, are not above other nice Cubans. 7.5 - Submitted by Franz-Eric on December 13, 2008

Review #94: MAY 08 This is the best-smoking cigar in the stable right now & they're only 08s. Good right out of the box, medium strength to start, perfect draw, dominant taste is coffee with pockets of leather. - Submitted by chazman on December 12, 2008

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