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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 #84: ---   this siglo IV starts out spicy strong.after about 1/4 into it,it begins the harmony with a rich aroma of coffee and a dab of salt. highly recommened,but not for beginners as you will not know how to appreciate it. - Submitted by filix on December 3, 2010

Review #83: ---   My friends think I am a spokesperson for Cohiba with the way I talk about them but what can I say, I haven't met a Cohiba I didn't like. A little salty on the lips and tongue in the beginning. Woody, spicy, peppery with a nutty follow-up, this is another pleaser. Light, clean wrapper and a little thicker than it's brethren with a strong solid ash and easy draw...and just enough smoke to keep you interested. I did fins it a little under powering, softer in it's bite than others bearing it's name and it's line (Siglo), but sometimes a little less isn't such a bad thing. The event lasted a short 1 hour and I have to admit, I did enjoy and probably smoked it a little quickly, just couldn't help it. So, in conclusion, this cigar was definitely an enjoyable smoke and one I will unquestionably visit again…soon! - Submitted by ftripi on October 12, 2010

Review #82: OCT 08 un des meilleurs cigares de la gamme Siglo - Submitted by rolf zaessinger on August 15, 2010

Review #81: ---   Smooth Cigar, Cohiba Style, pleasant draw, nuts of sweet flavours, earth and cream. It is a must to reload the humidor with these fabulous sticks..... I started to like Corona Gorda with this cigar - Submitted by sharif on May 15, 2010

Review #80: ---   Quality is obvious with this cigar. Wrapper is perfect and so is the draw. Flavor is very pleasant. This is a nice calm fellow, nothing too exciting or surprising in it's persona. First third offered notes of sweet creamy mocha. About halfway cigar released delicious aroma of roast stewed in creamy pepper sauce. Siglo IV kept it's character steady right till the end. It's good company for those who don't like too jazzy acquaintances. - Submitted by Finn on April 8, 2010

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