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The Cohiba Siglo V Cigar is considered to be one of the finest cigars. This smoke is different from the rest of its Siglo family - as it sports a Lonsdale format. The Dalias vitola provides a good draw, whilst releasing ample amounts of smoke - making this a preferred format amongst many. It makes an excellent addition to anyone’s Cuban cigar collection. The Cohiba Siglo V has rich mocha flavours, which smooth on the palate with just a hint of spice. This excellent Cohiba Cigar will satisfy the smoker for just over 1 hour and 40 minutes.
Partagas Mille Fleurs is a small and pure appeal and shows the characteristic flavors of Partagas although slightly softer. This cigar is appreciated by experienced smokers and connoisseurs alike who want to smoke pure full-body complexes in a shorter time. A great example of the great partagas brand.This is a great cigar to have on hand when looking for a classic full-body Habano.
The Cohiba Majestuoso 1966 vitola has special dimensions that are not repeated in any other Cohiba product or in the standard range of Habanos sizes. It is a very special product for both Cohiba brand lovers and Habanos in general due to its new format, heavy ring caliber and exquisite blend of complete strength, which has been created for smokers who like complex and intense flavors. This commemorative edition is presented in an exclusive humidor with a unique design and limited production, with elegant simplicity and a subtle vintage curved design as a tribute to the brand's launch era in the 1960s.
Montecristo Edmundo had its presentation on May 13, 2004. After fourteen years in the cavas of our watertists, it can well be said that Edmundo has triumphed among the fans and especially the Spaniards, as shown by the fact that a few years ago he was chosen as No. 1 in the ranking of the habanos preferred by the members of the Habanos Passion Club. The Edmundo brings together the main characteristics of Montecristo's most classic blend, but adapted to the trend of taste of modern fans who have claimed in recent years.
The Bolivar Tubos No.3, like the Bolivar No.1 and No.2, also has amazing fruity and earthy flavors; it is only smaller than its brothers. A very creamy cigar that creates generous clouds of smoke. Rich aromas of earth, leather and of strong coffee. A very thin cigar that delivers sharp flavors right away, very much like an espresso in the morning. A great choice for the aficionado that is looking for a quick smoke.
The Trinidad Vigia has the biggest vitola ring gauge among Trinidads other vitolas, and with its short length, the brand offers a cigar that is ideal for modern smokers.R440 Powerful cigar, with lots of woody, spicy flavors. Good potential for aging. Despite being a young cigar, it has a great potential for aging.This cigar is a pretty complex smoke for experienced smokers.
The Montecristo Añejado the limited edition in age of at least two years. Aging is another attempt, only aging is taking place after cigars are rolled up, not in the form of raw tobacco. As for the cigars themselves, they look pretty good with various amounts of veins that fill the cigar in a fairly vibrant and bright wrapper.
The Cohiba Siglo I Cigar claims the title of the smallest Cohiba cigar of all. This is another addition to the Cohiba Siglo collection – created to celebrate the 500th anniversary of discovery of Cuba. The Siglo I sports a Perla vitola – measuring at 102mm with a 40 ring gauge. So, it’s certainly a smaller smoke for you. Although it may be short in size, it’s by no means short in flavour – it delivers a medium-full bodied smoke. Containing earthy notes of cedar and barnyard – with distinct leather aromas.