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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 #36: I sampled a couple in Cuba to see if they would make the cut for going into the suitcase. Although it's not a size I would usually go for I decided to try it on a recommendation (I have paid a fair bit for other Siglo's in the past and been very disappointed). The wrapper looked nice and it had a good scent to it. It burned evenly and was an excellent smoke with a stronger flavour than the other Siglo's I've had. I brought back 15 of them and will keep them in the 'dor for a couple of years as I think they will benifit greatly from this. - Submitted by snabzter on July 4, 2008

Review #35: ive had ten singles from a aug 2000 box. it is said that this is a poor year for habanos. my siglo Vs have gray/green wrapper and some of them are hard as drumsticks. ive smoked three or four of them and so far one have been plugged. the rest have been wonderfull: creamy and light in the beginning and more grassy and intense when you get to the 2/3. the aftertaste is so long and that you can taste minutes after each puff. Last but not least: what a balance! - Submitted by martin on April 18, 2008

Review #34: I'm surprised this cigar has received such poor ratings. It is, in my opinion, one of the most underrated cigars in the Cohiba line. I've smoked about 5 now, from a 15 pack. All have a stronger than typical "Siglio" taste and flavors are great. I can only imagine one of these cigars with 5+ years aging....My experience has been outstanding and I give this stick a high rating - Submitted by barcelona on February 27, 2008

Review #33: While I have only tried 5 of these sticks, in my view this is the poorest Cohiba from the lot. The wrapper is unusually toothy and uneven in color. It has a distinct burnt paper flavor I detest. Sad but a miss from Cohiba. - Submitted by traded on January 16, 2008

Review #32: Bought a box of five and wasn't impressed. My experience of Cohibas in general is that you get one of two things - the darker the wrapper (in color), the better the cigar. These unfortunately were the light, almost yellowish brown that I have come to equate with papery, almost tasteless Cohibas. Compared with the mocha brown box of Siglo IVs that I smoked shortly afterwards, they paled in comparison. Is it just me? - Submitted by Goldenberg on December 9, 2007

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Cohiba Siglo V

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