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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 #18: I love this vitola, San Cristobal La Fuerzas, Magnum 46, Punch-Punch, but these really are the most special of them all. The spice and earth notes are just right, and the very cedary and long finish is very much to my liking. The wrapper is gorgeous, and the construction draw and burn can bring no complaints from me. The value is even quite good, and all I can say is "order more" - Submitted by Danny on January 4, 2005

Review #17: The Cohiba Siglo IV has been the most consistent Habanos that I have smoked over the past ten years. In that time I have enjoyed six SLB's and a couple of 5 x 5 packs and only had a couple of disappointments. As I remember there have only been three or four Siglo IV's that were so plugged that they were unsmokable. Out of around 200 sticks this is a great ratio in my opinion. With a minimum of two years of age this Habanos is one of the richest tasting, medium-body cigars on the market. Generally they have a nice sweet woody flavor with notes of cream and coffee. Also the coronas gordas size to me is perfect because it around an hour and fifteen minutes of quality smoking and the ring gauge is large enough to allow a proper blend of tobaccos. If you do not enjoy the Siglo IV you either are smoking a fake, don't have it properly humidified or wouldn't know a great cigar if it bit you in the ass. - Submitted by Pascal on January 3, 2005

Review #16: Fantastic ,full flavored,Thank you very much Sr,Cohiba - Submitted by Benito de Québec on December 22, 2004

Review #15: Wow! just bought this cigar at my local store. They probably had it aged in their walk-in humidor for about 1 or 2 years. Shows really nice cacoa, spice and cedar notes. It started a bit strong but shortly after it turned to something very smooth and earthy. Great cigar... - Submitted by Ty Vino on December 22, 2004

Review #14: Just smoked my first siglo 1v in a few months last night. The boxes in my humidor all are MKO JAN 03, to me this was the very best run on the cigars, all the classic one of a kind cohiba flavors are present. I even noticed that the cigars are starting to bloom on the top row, I ALMOST BEGAN TO CRY AT THIS POINT, nothing but aging can improve these from this point on. I am glad i have the 9 boxes in my humidor. - Submitted by YESTAGRANDE on December 16, 2004

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