Flavour: Medium Length: 5" (129mm) Ring Gauge: 42 ring gauge Packaging: 5 pack
Though this Mareva format resembles those of it's kind it has it's own character. With greater lightness, freshness and richness of flavours this will definately tempt the nature of those who find Cohibas too strong.
This cigar produced a wonderful aroma from the moment it was lit. A really nice draw and an even burn helped to make this an incredibly satisfying smoke. I enjoyed a variety of flavours right the way through and just didn't want this cigar to end. An hour of complete relaxation and enjoyment. I wouldn't hesitate to choose the Siglo II again.
by Stuart on Sunday 07 February, 2016
Being new to cigar smoking I decided on the Siglo II for my introduction. I found the first third to be quite mild and very smooth and creamy. The second third the flavour really started to come through with a cedar wood and leather flavour. The third third I found very strong with a pepper and spice flavour that left a lovely aftertaste on the tongue. All in all a very enjoyable smoke that lasted me just over an hour. I will be purchasing some more I think.
by Kurt on Friday 19 June, 2015
Very enjoyable cigar, I can understand why Cohiba is seen as one of the elite.
Started out with a strong woody flavour and a subtle sweet aftertaste, like honey or syrup. Burned well and had a firm draw, a little more so than I'm used to perhaps. Moved on froma woody flavour to a slightly leathery aroma as the cigar went on, with the sweet aftertaste becoming more prominent. Burned out toward the end, possibly due to the wind, but I'd been smoking it for an hour by then and had more than had my fill. Really nice smoke.
by Matt on Tuesday 21 April, 2015
not a bad cigar, I'm quite fond of the Siglo's and decided to give this one a try. a nice draw, a strong flavour, a bit too strong for a morning cigar, slightly bitter during the first half. the cigar burned uneven most of the way through but that may have been might fault, the length adds more enjoyment to it, especially the final third when all of those rich flavours combine to give you that all important satisfying finish. I will give this a four, I will try one again as the uneven burn may have added to the slight bitterness it had during the first half.
by Daniel on Tuesday 03 February, 2015
Lasting around 30-40 minutes, smoking this cigar was an enjoyable experience. I would recommend it as a good starting point for people looking to try something from the Cohiba range. There some I prefer more for a little less e.g Punch Coronations, Romeo no 2 - however thats all down to personal taste.