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Cohiba Siglo IV

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Format:Corona GordaRing:46
Weight:11,41 gr.Score:8.8
Presentation: Banded bundle of 25 in a varnished slide-lid box.

Cohiba Siglo IV Review:

This cigar was introduced in November 1992 and introduced to the international market in 1994, commemorating the 500th anniversary of the arrival of Columbus to the New World. The Siglo series are said to be milder than the rest of the models from the Cuban brand, tasting all them very similar, with mild creamy sweetness, medium bean flavours and also medium tobacco taste. 143mm of smoking pleasure.

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Review #113: --- 16 Just had an aged Siglo IV from 2016 last weekend paired with a 1976 Krohn Port. An exquisite pleasure: the cigar is now less stronger but the flavours are all there with some already some complexity. The experience was just not perfect because of some decrease in flavours on the last third probably due to over-humidity. A 9 nonetheless !!! - Submitted by Heinrich on October 20, 2021

Review #112: DEC 19 The best of the Cohiba Siglos and one of the best Cohibas in general IMO. The Siglo 6 can be really excellent too, yes, but the price is just unworkable these days. While these are still expensive, they're often better than many batches of Siglo 6 and also Robustos. Complex and with more stonefruit sweetness and just a great size too. - Submitted by A. Dyer on January 24, 2021

Review #111: SEP 13 Beautiful looking band, pretty good cold draw, very nice smells along the body and foot. Excited! Delicious initial flavors of honey, hay and graham crackers.  Good draw, a little bit salty, which is always nice.  Cigar becomes noticeably squishy along the body.   A little bit of spice, very smooth, elegant flavors, nice pleasant finish (aftertaste). Medium+ volume of smoke, easy to draw. Flavors and draw are picking up. Ash fell off after ~ an inch. 2nd third picks up in intensity a bit, you're not going to sleep on this one.  Construction is solid and the cherry hasn't gone out or faded at all having smoked this in a colder/rainy day outside.   Down to the last third and the flavors continue to become more bold.  Heartier than the Siglo2 with some minty flavors picking up.  Box came in the mail yesterday via FOH auctions so are still adjusting to their new home.  Looking forward to smoking more after the box rests for a few weeks at home and adjusts from it's transition from Australia to the states.  A bit over an hour of smoking time.  9 out of 10. - Submitted by smitte3 on March 10, 2020

Review #110: JUL 18 Amazing open Padron-esque cold draw, the best cold draw from a CUBAN cigar I've ever experienced.  Amazing, I already am excited knowing this will smoke/perform well. 1st light flavors are peanut dominant, creamy hay, a little vanilla, 100% smooth and satisfying.  I love the vitola.  The smoke output is great for this size, medium-light thickness, but none of this super light Cuban smoke output which is typical.  Very Medium body and very pleasant to smoke!  Amazingly smooth.  Love this 10x better than a Cohiba Robusto, it's different and lighter than an Esplendido.  Very white ash, I'm falling in love. Had to step away for a work-call after the 1st third.  Re-lit the cigar after shaving off the white/black ash with the end of a match stick.  Re-lit perfectly, tasted great.    Middle third is nice, smooth with a little more body.  So easy to smoke I love it.  Last third...good down to the nub, stopped smoking it because it was getting my fingers hot.  Smooth all the way down, no unpleasant bite.  LOVE IT. WOULD DEFINITELY BUY A BOX! WOOO!  10 out of 10! - Submitted by smitte3 on February 12, 2020

Review #109: DEC 15 Great construction. Started off mild with creamy wood, and progressed to mild with barnyard cedar and earth. Just an excellent smoke that progressed throughout and ended with just a wonderful Cuban twang. Rated as a 9, but really 9.5. - Submitted by wmpevans on March 3, 2019

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