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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 #8: I had one tonight. Great flavor, but poor burn. - Submitted by Jmurman on April 28, 2004

Review #7: I now understand what all the hype about "Cuban" cigars is about.....inhaled poetry.... - Submitted by Dreambig1958 on April 11, 2004

Review #6: Not as strong as I was led to beleive by reviews here and elsewhere. But a little acidic. Over-hyped and over-priced the Cohiba line still contains fine cigars and this mareva is one of the best I've tried. However, I'd just as soon have a Bolivar or Ramon Allones petit corona which certainly aren't inferior, are less expensive, just as strong, just as flavourful, just as well made, and less expensive. You pays your money.... - Submitted by willisoften on February 27, 2004

Review #5: i nice cigar with flavor but not work for new smoker becuse of fulbody test. - Submitted by cigar's lover on February 21, 2004

Review #4: A bit disappointed in this cigar. Purchased in Varadero in 04/03 it lacked the depth of flavor one wood expect from the Cohiba line. The burn and construction are flawless and it is a nice mild smoke but just lacked flavor - Submitted by Jim on February 18, 2004

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