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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.

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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

Review #23: I have always enjoyed Siglo IV. Last week I bought a box of 5 Siglo IVs at the Duty Free in Israel airport. When I got home and opened them I noticed that all five were covered in a fine green, mould like dust. Any ideas anyone as to what I can do? Are they still smokeable?- Submitted by sjokumsen on November 17, 2005

Review #22: Great cigar, very well made, consistent draw and taste, although you should enjoy it very much for the price... - Submitted by baho on October 8, 2005

Review #21: This is the ultimate Corona Gorda, together with the Punch Punch. Excellent construction, dark oily wrappers, full with plume, from 03 production runs. Complex flavors, coffee, cedar, nice amount of leather in the second third. Money well spent. - Submitted by Dimitris in Athens - Greece on May 29, 2005

Review #20: Best Corona Gorda and my personal favorite,I have two boxes from the 04 production.Sampled two cigars and found them to be very promising. A Must have. - Submitted by hkarnas on May 16, 2005

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