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  1. tashaz
    October 10, 2009

    What a wonderful little cigar! The one that I just smoked had all the ability of a Monte No5 and a bit more complexity. Minor burn issue but if you turn it then self correcting. Never had to re light in 30mins. Price may be a hinderance but well worth it methinks. Will buy more of these for sure. Cigar was rested in my humidor for 2 months after purchase.

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  2. phathungarian
    November 6, 2009

    Excellent review as always. Thanks. Agreed in every aspect.

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  3. Hdownunder
    November 4, 2011

    excellent review Jason the weather was drawingin here on Tamborine mountain and so I turned to the Siglo 1 as I thought that 30 minutes or so would see the rain arrive and I never cease to be amazed by this small cigar. The 1st third as you say is peppery and even a touch of mustard seed to it strength and as a malt whisky man I tried to match it with a dram of Glenfarclas 15yo but frankly the 1st third needs a talisker 10yo and the 2nd third the Glenfarglas and when the lovely creamy coffee finish arrives perhaps a Dalwinnie 15yo which is of course the reverse order if conducting a malt tasting. The ash held almost to the band and billows of white smoke accompanied my all too brief encounter!

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  4. Tim
    January 17, 2012

    I always keep a 5 pack of them in my humidor. A nice peppery treat for when time is short!

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  5. casaclaude
    March 7, 2013

    yep like you say these are great cigars have bought some in cuba last nov and wow for a small cigar……..

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  6. robbo46
    December 15, 2013

    Recently enjoyed a couple of these from a small pack, put in a humidor for a week or so, after receipt. A good solid 25 minute smoke, with good flavours that develop. Pricey – yes, but a great petit corona. Goes well with some British bitter (beer)! :)

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  7. Nick
    December 19, 2015

    I am not the most fanatic cohiba friend,but when it comes to siglo I and robusto,I just can’t say no !!!!!
    Lovely cigar, probably the best in its size.I always keep a few in the humidor,just in case :-)

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  8. phathungarian
    February 9, 2018

    Respectfully, i would slightly disagree with the construction and the appearance parts of the review. I have always thought all Siglos were very nicely made. I never had a concern about the draw. For me, siglo I and II are two of the greatest smokes on the market, although due to the price I don’t buy them much. There is something about these little guys that is just ….. well, awesome and makes me want more. When I want to treat myself, its always a Siglo.

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