How To Spot A Fake Cohiba And Cuban Cohiba Siglo VI Review



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Cuban Cohiba Siglo VI Cigar Review – This 5.9×52 stick features a dark tan slightly soft but evenly packed wrapper with a triple cap, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, a slightly oily satin feel and pungent nutty, sage aroma. First light reveals a very good draw with mild-medium bodies notes of a slightly sweet wood and grassiness with a long smooth finish.  The first third comes up to a medium body with a growing naturally sweet wood and nutty core followed by a fleeting bread and soft pepper that lingers to the next draw. 40 minutes in at the half way point, construction is flawless, dropping a solid ash, with the same profile.  Ending at 1:20 the last third went through a bright airy mint near the band, then back to a heavy combo adding a coffee and medium strength to the nub.
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    Cuban Cohiba Siglo VI Cigar Review – This 5.9×52 stick features a dark tan slightly soft but evenly packed wrapper with a triple cap, minimal veins, tight invisible seams, a slightly oily satin feel and pungent nutty, sage aroma. First light reveals a very good draw with mild-medium bodies notes of a slightly sweet wood and grassiness with a long smooth finish.  The first third comes up to a medium body with a growing naturally sweet wood and nutty core followed by a fleeting bread and soft pepper that lingers to the next draw. 40 minutes in at the half way point, construction is flawless, dropping a solid ash, with the same profile.  Ending at 1:20 the last third went through a bright airy mint near the band, then back to a heavy combo adding a coffee and medium strength to the nub.

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  2. You have a new Prometheus lighter? Which one is it Bryan, a limited release or just the matte black one?
    Love your reviews mate and really helps me choose cigars to buy from the US and ship to Australia. 🇦🇺 Thank you! 🙏🏻

  3. Awesome info. Those are precautionary measures for the band specifically. I have however seen very very almost spot on fake bands with the hologram effect and nice detail. Perhaps real bands on fake cigars. So I’d say that for the cigar itself, one thing for sure is to look at the foot. If u look closely you can tell if the filler is entubado or bunched. Cohibas as with almost all real Cubans are rolled entubado. Another thing is to look at the wrapper. It has to be a top notch quality wrapper with no imperfections. No raised veins no soft spots. A nice dense cigar. Real Cubans are more about quality not quantity.

  4. Happy Thanksgiving, Bryan, and it’s pronounced Kay DorSAY (accent on the second syllable. ). It’s a mild cigar, but with a magnificent spectrum of flavors, and one of the most delicious cigars it has ever been my pleasure to enjoy

  5. I swear I have two of them in my humidor, and thanks to YOU, maybe I'll trade or sell them. I just got back from a cigar safari cruise and bought my Bolivars, Vegueros and the like from authorized Casa de Habanos. Not ONE Cohiba made it onto my "gotta try" list. Thanks for the tips on how to improve my fake labels. (j/k)

  6. Thank you Bryan and thank you everyone for watching! Our Black Friday deals will be live until Sunday Dec. 1st + Free Priority Express Shipping! Anything you need, please do not hesitate to contact us at anytime!

  7. What mic do you use?

    Edit: youre awesome, thanks for these reviews and sharing your passion with us by the channel!

    I like this open alert awareness while being articulate in the descriptions of your experience with the cigars.

    On top of that, Id love to hear if youd be interested in sharing your mindset and journey from starting this channel, as I am running online courses to train people in pursuing their passions, not specifically cigar passions, but the mindsets are very similar!

    Not gonna advertice here, solely just to hear your interest and possible participation in an interview.

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    Thanks again!

    Stay obsessed 😉

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  8. Great review – the flavor notes and overall smoking experience you describe for this cigar were very accurate for what it is – which also adds to the fact it most certainly wasnt a fake! Like most Cohibas, it's underwhelming at best.

  9. Sounds like a boring cigar. Seems to be my experience with most Cubans. Ah well. Thankfully there’s countless amazing non Cubans out there these days. Happy Thanksgiving y’all! Light em up!

  10. I've been smoking Cohibas for over a decade, the hologram additional is relatively new. I still have plenty of aged cohibas with oldschool bands which back then were manufactured poorly at best. Flying spaghetti monster will be very sad if someone throws away a real aged cohiba because it didnt have a holographic band.

  11. Looks like they sent you some Montecristo Linea 1935s(Maltés and Dumas I am guessing, Leyandas are big), I regret not getting a box of those in Havana a few months ago. Will not make the same mistake again.

  12. Hi Brian, while I have always found your videos entertaining and informative I am surprised you take such a hard stance on fakes only having bad bands, and that is the tell tell sign of a fake? I would argue that bands can be bought and sold to be placed on fake cigars. Most fakes do not have the quality, but you should also take into account that depending on what year the cigar was made, the bands vary dramatically…I think that should have been mentioned as well. Take care, always looking forward to your next video!

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