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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 #90: You must listen to the advice of the others and not jump the gun smoking these sticks to early. I made the mistake of smoking one each month after I recieved them. Month 1 slightly tight draw but well worth the money. Month 2 notes of the cedar well recieved. Month 3 just kept getting better..... Month 12 why did I waste those cigars earlier the draw is incredible and the taste exceptional. LET THEM SIT. - Submitted by grousehog on April 17, 2007


Review #89: This is a strong smoke. Loved every bit of it. It gets spicy at the nub and the flavours remain in your mouth long afterward. ...love the 52 ring gauge. - Submitted by cookj1 on April 4, 2007


Review #88: Just opened a fresh box purchased in Cuba with a Box date of Oct 06. Wow was this a strong cigar. It will need a few years to be smokeable. But I think with some age it will be a classic - Submitted by jimcanada on March 30, 2007


Review #87: I am new to Bolivars, having only had the incredible Royal Corona before. The Belicosos Finos is truly extraordinary - deep and complex flavors, monstrous smoke volume and pleasant and even draw. Like some others, I had some trouble with uneven burning, but nothing terrible (torch lighter is a great fix). Was fortunate to have seller volunteer an October 2001 box, which may skew results! - Submitted by smalltalkdan on March 24, 2007


Review #86: Fantastic cigar, but atypical as a Bolivar. Rather mild, and gets milder as you smoke it. Lots of flavour - honey, fruit, cocoa topped off with roasted tobacco. Almost no notes of spice at all. Perfect draw, but a somewhat uneven burn. Didn't have the glourious ending I was expecting, only a slightly salty punch. Could have mutated more even though this is a thick cigar. Reminded me of a good La Gloria Cubana, but without the flowery aroma and the complexity. - Submitted by Sortemand on March 21, 2007


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