Origin : Cuba
Format : Corona Grande (Perla)
Size : 155 x 17 mm (6 x 42)
Year : 2007
Weight : 10.14 g
Price : $14+ each
Let's start with the look of the cigar. It’s simply an eye catching cigar, maybe it’s the yellow in the bands that grab your eyes, maybe it’s the gorgeous tan colored wrapper or maybe it's just the fact that the word “Cohiba” is written on the band. Whatever the case may be, it does the job.
When smelling the Cohiba Siglo III, there was a strong spanish cedar smell that you get when a cigar is well taken care of (we all know and love that smell, I can smell it all day). After you cut the cap, you’ll notice a little tiny hole on the top of the cap. It almost looks like a messy punch cut. It’s supposed to help the draw or at least that’s what I hear. And I haven’t seen it on all Cubans, but I do remember seeing it on a lot of them. The pre-draw check was good and left a small taste of earthy tobacco, but really soft. It was really nice too.
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