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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 #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

Review #13: Awsome cigar..Great taste and easy draw..... - Submitted by Eagle Exchange on November 23, 2004

Review #12: A complex and beautifully structured cigar. I'd call it dense, simple, but big and balanced, with more leather and perhaps some pleasantly pungent cedar notes. The deep chocolate taste remained intact from the first pull through to the last. The flavors assembled themselves differently with each taste. For me this cigar was a pleasure to smoke. It suggested a lovely old-master painting, sparkling with jewel-toned detail displaying the depth and intensity of a well-crafted and classic cigar - Submitted by Croque Monsieur on September 30, 2004

Review #11: Fantastic, full flavored, medium bodied. Very complex, but in my opinion there are other corona gordas almost as good that cost a lot less (punch punch, magnum 46, serie A). I look at Cohiba as a "special day" cigar. - Submitted by Estrella on August 8, 2004

Review #10: A very rich coronas gorda. Chocolate and spicy. Exceptional quality. - Submitted by Simon on June 27, 2004

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