Cohiba Siglo III

Cohiba Siglo III

Cohiba Siglo III

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Ring Gauge 42
Length 155 mm / 6.0 inches
Strength Medium
Size Long Corona
Box 25
Availability: In stock
SKU
SW-COH-SIII-025-BOX
Special Price 240.00 USD Regular Price 397.00 USD
box of 25
40% off
Description
The Siglo III is sized as a Corona and has a factory name of Gran Corona and is six inches long, which makes it one inch longer than Siglo II. Like the others that are part of the Siglos, it has a medium strength to it along with a spicy taste to it. Many believe it has a wonderful sweet taste to it, almost like your favorite dessert. Many have been known to say it has a taste of deep chocolate cocoa along with a slight hint of chili and fresh cream. The wrapper is crisp and silky, almost like a chocolate glaze on my favorite candy. It also has creamy leather and spicy chocolate aromas, which makes it very enjoyable. Many of the cigars you will get from here are handmade in the factory. They do use the machine made as well, but those aren't as common or are for those that aren't as well known or aren't for special occasions. Also, there are different bands used as well. Some cigars have multiple bands that could be used while others only have one band used. The bands signify different things. Most of them are also currently being made. There are many factories the cigars are made at, but not every factory makes all the cigars. Each factory has certain cigars they make. Most of the cigars are made from tobacco from the Vuelta Abajo. The leaves used in the cigars are fermented and some are given more than one go around when it comes to being fermented. The company is also part of the major market and is even sold at a very premium price. The cigars from this company have been made since the early 1960's. But it wasn't until 1966 that they officially were named Cohiba. They were made and used for a torcedor and his own use. One of the bodyguards of Fidel Castro gave him one of the cigars and he really liked them. So they ended up being the only cigars he would smoke. He also uses them as diplomatic gifts as well.