Cohiba Siglo IV

Cohiba Siglo IV

Origin : Cuba
Format : Corona GordaCohiba
Size : 143 x 18.26 mm
Ring : 46
Weight : 11.41 g
Hand-Made
Price : 12€/piece
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Smoked a few of these during the weekend. Cohiba Siglo IV is a cigar you must treat with respect, make sure you have plenty of time to enjoy it - if you are in a hurry, you won't get much out of it (I learned this from my own mistake and nearly spoiled one).

Appearance : ★★★★★
I guess everybody will agree with me - the stick looks great. Flawless chocolate wrapper, neat, shiny band - these guys know how to make a good-looking cigar.

Cohiba Siglo IV 
Construction : ★★★★½
The construction is another trump card of this cigar. Perfect draw all the way, regular burn and fair amounts of smoke.

Cohiba Siglo IV

Flavor : ★★★★☆
Upon lighting, woody and grassy aromas steadily set in, these will be present during the hour that I usually need to smoke a Cohiba Siglo IV (again, make sure you're not in a hurry!). Unfortunately, the flavor is too monotonous to let me call this cigar extraordinary, it's just a high-quality habano that you can always count on.

Value : ★★★★☆
More expensive than other corona gordas, true. At the same time, you can be sure that you are getting a stick that is perfectly constructed.

Overall Rating : ★★★★½
Cohiba Siglo IV is a high-quality cigar that just lacks a little amplitude. If I were to select the best corona gorda, I'd rather go for a H. Upmann Magnum 46.

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8 Comments on “Cohiba Siglo IV”

  1. ronhoffman2 says:

    this is a great cigar. great size. always top notch construction and burn. my favorite of the Cohibas

  2. I bought a sampler, 3 of each in the Siglo range from Cohiba, and bar the VI… This tops the list!

  3. Cohibas are always a good choice. Med-full strength, enough complexity, and excellent construction (I think the most important feature is the reliable construction). A cab. of Siglo IV ’08 arrived a couple of weeks ago, maybe I’ll have one towards Christmas. I wonder how these ’08s compare to the aged Magnum 46s I like?

  4. phathungarian says:

    I just bought a box of these in Cuba, haven’t had one yet. I have a case of Magnum 46 (cabinet) on the go as well as some Magnum 50 in tubes, I was hoping this Cohiba will offer more than either magnum, especially since it’s way more expensive.

  5. I smoke about 10 of these and 4 of them burned only from the inside, sometimes had tight draws, and I couldn’t count the numerous times I had to relit them…

  6. I have made it a tradition for my team to have a Cohiba smoking session after each successful mission to mark the event, and everytime it has been a delight. I am new to smoking cigars, but now I am getting really hooked. The trick is taking time to enjoy it. The Siglo IV my favourite by farm

  7. This cigar smells great. I do not smoke in my house, but sparked one up before heading to the patio during a dinner party. A non cigar smoking friend commented,”hey that cigar smells amazing”.
    I agree! The Sig 4 has great flavor too. I had a five pack. I had some burn issues with 3 of the sticks that was frustrating, but still a fine cigar.

  8. Don Jose says:

    Swapped cigars with a neighborhood buddy and the Siglo IV is the one he gave me. Very impressed. Solid construction, good draw and even burn, and great flavor that was fairly consistent through the first 2/3. In the final 1/3 it lost a bit of the sweetness I had enjoyed, but I fully admit it was probably because I was rushing it. Looking forward to another one of these, and I’ll be certain to invest the time needed to fully enjoy it.

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