Country of origin: Cuba
Size: 129 mm
Ring gauge: 42
Format: Petit Corona
Hand- made cigar
Price: $260 per a box of 25 cigars
Cohiba Siglo series is quite popular amid the Cohiba brand’s fans. There are lots of aficionados that are attracted by this series, but more than anything they are attracted by the Cohiba Siglo II cigars. I am also very attracted by the beauty and the flavors of these cigars, so I’ve spent $260 for a whole box.
Appearance & Construction
Cohiba Siglo II cigars are probably the best looking cigars released by the Cohiba brand. These short, brown sticks are very beautiful and eye- catching. Their small surface is covered with oiliness, and no matter how much you struggle you will barely discover one- two veins. The texture of them is very pleasant, almost silky.
When it comes to the construction of these sticks you will not be able to find something with which you can compare. They are extremely firm and well rolled. There were no draw or burn issues with the cigar smoked for the review. Moreover, I was surrounded the entire time by some thick and flavorful smoke.
If you need to taste something out of common, just light up a Cohiba Siglo II cigar. This stick will never disappoint you because it has inside it a complex bouquet of aromas. The cigar starts a bit mild, but you will not get time to get used with this because it evolves very fast into medium. The predominant flavors that can be found within this stick are those of roasted beans, fresh grass, tobacco, and some cream.
These sticks are not expensive at all despite being highly qualitative and very famous. I am glad that they are so accessible. This means that I can purchase another box.