IntroThis is the shortest cigar in the Linea 1492. It's small format and relatively thin ring gauge allows a very good and fast burning. It is a Havana with the aristocracy of its elders, but at the same time, it is capable of adapting to the necessarily brief moment of enjoyment during work breaks for example. By its composition, this cigar offers a mild taste, as it contains fewer amounts of the classes of tobacco leaves that govern the strength of cigars. This composition is reflected in the light and fine-textured wrappers used in general to produce the Siglo I.
PresentationVarnished wooden boxes, with top sliding cover, containing 25 Havanas, tied in bundles with a ribbon. Available in tins containing 5 Havanas, individually wrapped in cardboard.
Before lighting upSiglo I is woody and a little bit salty.
Burningas we have mentioned, this cigar burns very well. It delivers woody notes with hints of cocoa aroma.
FinalThe final is marked by a touch of spiciness. It ends on hot notes, this is due in part to the short size.