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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.

Average user rating

Review #28: Very classy cigar, has a lot of taste and the taste is consistant. I've purchased them in Canada and in Cuba and they aste the same all over. Great Cigar thats worth the price!! - Submitted by Canadacigar on March 20, 2006

Review #27: my first cigar was this, and is my reference point for others, i buy from differents places and the consistency is the same, excelent flavor draw and final, i cant wait my friday afthernoon for the next. - Submitted by sergio_ama on February 17, 2006

Review #26: Had another IV Saturday night with a double Bookers. Characteristic "light" begining quickly built to a powerhouse of complexity. This stick needed a few relights though but not sure whether that was due to the production or just my being engrossed in a post-dinner conversation and not paying her enough attention! Another great smoke from Cohiba! - Submitted by Uncle on November 29, 2005

Review #25: Perhaps my favourite offering from the island - 90 minutes of power, flavour and room-filling smoke in a style reminiscent of pre-revolutionary sticks I have sampled. Next to R&J Exhi' 4s these have to be my most loved smooth and spicy accompaniment to a single scotch. Have had a few sleeping since January this year and been monitoring their progress every few months. Expensive here in Melbourne ($20++) but worth the event. - Submitted by Uncle on November 18, 2005

Review #24: These are a nice smoke, I had a couple from '02 with slightly darker wrappers and great construction. Very light to start with quickly building to a firm medium body until the nub, with plenty of rich cedarwood, dough, cocoa and coffee flavours with a subtle tangyness right through which builds to a more pronounced spice in the final third. 4/5 because there are just as good corona gordas out there for a hell of a lot less. To sjokumsen if it is green and does not dust off easily it is mould and your cigars have been far too damp at some point, bin them. If it's white or slightly off white and brushes off easily it is simply bloom which occurs as a cigar matures releasing it's oils to the surface. If it is the latter simply dust them off and enjoy. - Submitted by A. Dyer on November 18, 2005

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