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Cohiba Siglo V

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,86 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: Banded bundle of 25 in a varnished slide-lid box.

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Review #56: The best cigar from the Siglo line is also one of the best Cohiba has to offer. A properly aged Siglo V is even better than the new Behike line. Pre-draw, body, first and second third are second to none, while the roasted nut medium flavor opening of the cigar gives way to the more gentle earthly leather flavors of the Coronas Especiales and the Lanceros. Think of it as a combination of the two, with a thicker ring gauge and the better flavors of the Siglo line. Unique! - Submitted by RomanAbbey on September 21, 2011

Review #55: The Siglo V is for me the best one of the Siglo Line.Some coffee and nuts flavors are presents and get stronger near the end. Like all small size cigars(43mm) ,the humidity level must be perfect for good combustion. This Cohiba is almost perfect, except for the price ! - Submitted by Ben70 on April 14, 2011

Review #54: ---   uno dei miei formati preferiti, habano di grande presenza e grande prestigio, inizia vegetale ed aromatico per diventare burroso e ammandorlato nel secondo terzo, finale pieno ed energico con sentori di pepe bianco e tostatura - Submitted by goethe66 on October 7, 2010

Review #53: ---   Another Cohiba Winner Ladies and Gentlemen! The Siglo V is very well made; clean lines and an oily wrapper with very little veins, this cigar is visually appealing and is what first draws you in. A little salty on the lips and tongue in the beginning but after a few minutes, the saltiness gives way to loads of creamy white smoke. Woody, hints of cocoa and vanilla along with all the other flavors that make a cigar a Cohiba were evident and it was enjoyable from spark to finish. The burn was even, the draw was perfect and the ash was firm. The price of Cohiba cigars have always been in question and I do agree they are on the steep side but everytime I light one up, it becomes justified. Like I always say, there is NOTHING like the taste of a Cuban Cohiba cigar, nothing!! - Submitted by ftripi on September 26, 2010

Review #52: NOV 08 I bought a cab and the first two were not great fresh. I hav smoked 3 more over the last two months, Great cigar, starts with kick of spice with coffe flavors, to coffee, cream, vanilla bean and got smoother as it went. Great balance and med to full bodied. Complex the whole way through and kept me interested. This will get even better in few years. Loved it!!! - Submitted by sw15825 on May 21, 2010

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