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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 #43: One of my favourite all time smaller cigars. Tastes, construction, aroma, all great. My humi is always packed with these babies, great for any occasion. - Submitted by xTybe on May 13, 2006

Review #42: From review #39....Well i have let my II's sleep in the humi for 7 months now and have smoked 4 of them over the week end...Cohiba taste all the way...good cedar flavor and spice, noticed a slight hint of salt, i thought it tasted very well...although, few bad runs in the cigar after lighting up due to small pockets of air, i guess from sloppy rolling...but regardless of that with a little patience when smoking them they correct them selves...very good cigar IMO - Submitted by johnnysmoke on May 1, 2006

Review #41: Fresh out of a box brought back from the Island by a friend (bought from a gov't store) these mareva's felt more like a corona in the hand in terms of size. Flawless construction and a great nose unlit, the stick lit easily and the draw was firm. Uncharacteristically harsh at first it settled down and gave me a smoke that tasted exactly like the Cohiba Panatella I had started the day with, just longer. An OK smoke, it has the twang of the brand but that's about it - I prefer Romeos if I want a smoke in this vitola. - Submitted by Uncle on February 7, 2006

Review #40: Way overrated by many in my opinion. Buy a box of Fonseca Cosacos or Monte #4's and save money and enjoy a much better smoke. - Submitted by mick on December 27, 2005

Review #39: WOW,A few scarey review's here......got a box of siglo II's dated 5/05 i put them in the humi. Gonna try to keep them in there for a year before i try one.....maybe after 6 mo. i'll try one and let you fella's know what i find. - Submitted by johnnysmoke on September 12, 2005

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