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Cohiba Siglo IV Cigar - 1 Single

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Description Ref # CO1401

Length: 5 5/8" 
Ring Gauge: 46
Strength: Medium - Full 
: 1 Single Cigar

Vitola: Coronas Gordas
Smoking Time: 35 - 45 Minutes 
Other Cigars in this Vitola:
Romeo y Julieta Exhibition No. 3
H. Upmann Magnum 46
Punch Punch
Juan Lopez Seleccion No. 1
Hoyo de Monterrey Epicure No. 1

Cohiba is the flagship brand of Habanos. 

It was created in 1966 for President Fidel Castro himself and was made at the then top secret, but now world famous, El LLaguito factory. At first, it was only seen outside Cuba as gifts for heads of state and visiting diplomats. 

Since 1982 Cohiba has been available in limited quantities to the open market. 

The name is an ancient Taino Indian word for the bunches of tobacco leaves that Columbus first saw being smoked by the original inhabitants of Cuba - the earliest known form of a Habano. 

The leaves for Cohiba are the "selection of selection" from the 5 finest Vegas de Primera in San Juan y Martinez and San Luis districts of the Vuelta Abajo zone. 

Uniquely amongst Habanos up to three of Cohiba's filler leaves , the seco, ligero and the rare medio tiempo, undergo an additional fermentation in barrels. This unique process produces a special aroma and flavour you will only find in Cohiba. 

Tasting Notes

Very classy cigar, excellent draw and great construction. This cigar gets very tasty toward the end. The Cohiba Siglo IV will make an hour and a half fly past!


"...First puffs of this cigar are notably salty, though it takes on some citrus notes and a bit of cocoa before its floral finish. The draw is quite firm..." 


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by Charlie on Wednesday 10 March, 2021
I bought theses a while back (a pack of 5) and I must say I was very disappointed 3 of them was a tight draw had to relight 4/5 times not impressed.
by Neil on Thursday 01 October, 2020
Yes, a bit on the pricey side but a gorgeous smoke! Need to do some more overtime! 😂
by Staff on Friday 03 June, 2016
Reviewed by Russell Wren (June 2001) I am thrilled to be "on staff" here at Cigars LTD as a cigar reviewer; I know it's a tough job reviewing Havanas but somebody's gotta do it! I have done this for SMOKE Magazine for the past 3 years so there is some experience in my corner. Normally I review cigars blind, however in this instance the cigars are banded and identified. This lends some interesting angles to the review as far as comparison (to prior vintage) goes. I have smoked many Cohiba Siglo IV s over the past few years and find them to be a very enjoyable vitola if procured at the right price, allowed to mature fully and smoked during just the right moment of the day. Mitchell sent me three cigars to review, the results are broken down into several catagories. ASTHETICS....the wrappers were a medium Colorado shade, I'd call it chestnut brown...typical Cohiba color...they had very little evidence of oils and almost felt dry. These sticks did have a few spongey soft spots as this seems typical of recent Cohibas. This past winter I had the opportunity to observe several tobacconists in Geneva inspecting some Siglos and Esplendidos who made similar comments about the fill of this brand. Not a beautiful cigar, but certainly not a Henry Clay either! BODY....When I think of a cigar's body, I first consider it's smoke quality. The Siglo IV truly excels in this category, as do most of the Cohiba range. The smoke is rich and chewey. It has an extremely woody depth to it. The wood seems to linger on the palate. The best description of the smoke produced by the Sig IV is CREAMY...the richness of this vitola makes it obvious that quality Havana tobacco is present within this cigar. There is also a very high smoke volume with each puff. FLAVOR....this blend is one that lends itself to aging. There is nothing quite like a carefully matured Cohiba. I'm sure the folks at C.GARS LTD realize this cigar would have benefitted from the hands of time as it was obvious that this was a recent vintage. The flavor was still very complex within the wood/spice spectrum. The typical Cohiba gentle sweetness was also evident. The aroma, which is closely related to the flavor, is also sweet and pungent. Cedar, wood and spice fill the air with a wonderful bouquet, a magnificent blend of tobacco. I found this cigar to work well when accompanied by a smooth latte as the spice becomes accentuated. However my advice to consumers would be to purchase this cigar as an "investment" cigar...put it in the humidor and break it out during a special occasion a few years down the road. STRENGTH...The Cohiba Siglo IV lies somewhere between the Bolivar Coronas Extra/Punch Super and the Saint Luis Rey/Magnum 46 marks on the scale. The nicotine content place this stick in the middle to high strength range. For someone who primarily smokes Havana cigars, this might suit as an after lunch companion. If you are not a regular to the Island range, you would certainly enjoy this one after a fine evening meal. I always smoke a Siglo IV on Christmas morning after a huge breakfast...I enjoy the creamy richness and moderate strength balance of this vitola. OVERALL RATING....as stated before, this cigar becomes a masterpiece if properly nurtured. The one aspect that comes into the light when discussing the Cohiba line is price. The quality of this cigar is high, so is the price. You have to consider the ratio of quality to price when deciding on purchasing this cigar. Yes, I have a few of these in my humidors (waiting for Dec 25th!) however as a regular, everyday Havana Corona Gorda, I might opt to go with the H Upmann Magnum 46, Punch Super Selection #2 or Royal Selection #11. All age as beautifully as the Sig IV as all are cabinet selections . They are similar in strength and intensity yet somewhat easier on the wallet.
by Kirk on Saturday 17 January, 2015
I tried my first one today and have to say I was rather disappointed. It appears to have been a dud one. Extremely hard draw, had to re-light many, many times - and the burn was probably the most uneven I've experienced so far. This was in stark constrast to the Cohiba Behike 52 I tried not too long ago which was perfect in every way. I'll try a few more of these, as I'm confident it was a bad one - but it was extremely disappointing.
by steven on Sunday 08 June, 2014
This was my first experience with a Cohiba and not a bad experience at all. Lovely rich flavours, gorgeous mouthfuls of smoke from a perfect draw.....uneven burn last 3rd, had to correct a couple of times but overall very enjoyable if a tad pricey :-)
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