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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 #48: what can i say,im almost speechless.these cigars are basically perfect.i give 10 out of 10 - Submitted by marius on November 20, 2006

Review #47: #46......I would of sent them back to vendor for replacement box. Or that is what I do. I smoked through a box of these a few years ago. They were the 1st Cuban Cigar that I have smoked. In the begiinig they were strong , flavorfulcigars, but now years later they are nothing short of perfect. Been smokeing 3 so far out of an 06 box and they are phenominal, so had to order atleast 1 more for when these run out. By far the best of the Siglo line. Strngth mixes with cream of the Cohiba Grassyness flavors that somewhat almost turn to a cherry flavor - Submitted by habanohal on October 23, 2006

Review #46: I bought a box of these about 6 months ago & was extremely disappointed. Out of 25 cigars, I'd say a good 15 of them were so plugged up that they were unsmokable. Not just a "tight draw"...I mean you had to suck as hard as you can & risk an aneurysm just to get the tiniest puff of smoke. At the price that Cohiba charges for their cigars, I find this to be beyond unacceptable. The few that were smokable were good, but did not outweigh the disappointment I felt. - Submitted by mladenovic on September 19, 2006

Review #45: Mild Cohiba. Nice daytime smoke, but way too expensive. Smoked two of the small packs while in Vancouver - 2005. - Submitted by JJA on August 6, 2006

Review #44: COHIBA WILL ALWAYS BE !!! Smoked one yesterday, excellent like always. I find this one to be very consistent, in taste. Medium body,good taste, good burning etc... it's a cohiba. Next year we're planning to go back to CUBA, i will bring back a box of these fine's cigars. - Submitted by beaver on July 2, 2006

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