The Siglo VI truly is one of the big favorites of the Cohiba brand. Cohiba’s tobacco of course goes through a third fermentation process in barrels, and this makes it rich, complex and smooth nature. I savored this one for almost an hour paring it with a couple glasses of MacCallan 18 year old scotch. The ash was almost difficult to knock off the end of the cigar when it was nearing one inch in length. Apparently the tobacco grows in the Vuelta Abajo district, a distinctively rich farming district with nutrient rich soils.
The most noticeable thing is the quality of construction and its large ring gauge which seems to accentuate a lot of the Cohiba tobacco flavors.