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Bolivar Belicosos Finos

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Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:140
Format:CampanaRing:52
Weight:12,45 gr.Score:8.6
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


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Review #130: I had this one on June 7th and forgot the enter my notes. This was a decent cigar but not the best example. It needed to be relight too many times and the flavor was a bit mild compared to the other Boli's I have sampled. All in all a decent cigar but not one of my best. - Submitted by nnjlon2 on June 16, 2008


Review #129: AUG 06 Cabinet selection: This is a very good box indeed. Still young but each cigar is impeccably rolled and the three I have smoked so far have had the same perfect medium draw allowing for thick plumes of smoke. I initially tried one after a week in my humidor to give them a pre-aging test, but the flavours of these cigars in their youth have me hooked this time, which hasn't happened before. I've had to purchase a box of 2001 Upmann Monarchs to keep me away from them for a while. Very much a woody smoke with zesty notes of cedar, light roasted coffee and some dark chocolate into the second half with little spice. These cigars develop a fuller flavour with maturity. A superb summer smoke. - Submitted by A. Dyer on June 5, 2008


Review #128: --- 03 I smoked one of these outside on the weekend. This particular cigar was 5 years old and it had a firm draw initially that opened up after a few inches of smoking. This is a medium bodied cigar for the first half or so but turns into a spice bomb by the last 3rd. A great classic Cuban smoke that is worth the effort. I enjoyed this cigar with a glass of port and it was a great combination of spice and sweet. Highly recommended. - Submitted by purofino on May 27, 2008


Review #127: I really donīt like this cigar. Bland, very poor Aroma. All I can tell itīs creamy, earthy and not strong. A bittersweet note reminded me of citrus or mango, but could as well be mistaken as kinda soap. Not my style! - Submitted by speedy gonzales on May 3, 2008


Review #126: I do also like to agree with most of you. I am very fond of my BBF. They are absolutely amazing with that smoothness yet full body. Look at the beautiful burn, fill your mind with smoke and just enjoy. My box is from 03 and I do believe these are at their best now? What an aroma. It starts light with an aroma that you just want to overwhelm you. The body adds some strength but still that unique tobacco taste. Vanilla or cedar or,,, canīt tell just a wonderful tobacco taste. And its smooth all the way down to the nub. Smoke this one slowly and do not overheat it at the end. There you have your all day perfect smoke. Coffee will make the taste even better but do try a South African wine, Roodeberg. Interesting. - Submitted by poppe on April 6, 2008


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