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Bolivar Belicosos Finos

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Bolivar Cigars
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 #75: Hi. have recently developed a soft spot for these. Strong Bolivar flavours are abundant, thick, lucious smoke with an even burn .... u can see the oils almost protecting the large, growing cylinder of ash! i can only describe it like this ..... if all Cubans are described like paints, then this Bolivar is definately the emulsion! thick, pasty and coats your mouth so you can taste it for hours after! Everytime i sit in front of my tower humi deciding what to pick for the evening, my eyes keep drifting over to my Boli Beli's ..... it leaves no doubt as to whether you will enjoy it ...... a must try (but not for the novice due to its strong finish)! - Submitted by Gobind on December 2, 2006


Review #74: First one came from Acapulco, smoked the next one in Cancun. Hooked. Bought a box immediately. Bright and bold, without the overpowering acid rankness in the final third of lesser breeds. Confidently expresses itself with notes of autumn spices, savory woods and peppery sass, with refinement, distinction and class. No thin-flavoured, whimpy Monte #2 here, gentlemen. Would put this rich Campana up against any Piramide, any day, any time. Totally nub-able, this Bolivar is THE package. - Submitted by shehatesme on November 27, 2006


Review #73: I have also invested in a box of these and I was really impressed (ABR 06). My previous experiences with Bolivars have been in tubes in off-licences and they have been dry and bitter. These BBFs though are beautifully complex, woody, cedary with hints of cocoa and spice. The last third was a bit bitter and didn't really resemble the lovliness of the first two thirds but this could be down to its youth (ABR06). I thoroughly recommend this cigar and it is reasonably price. In my opinion it equals or beats any Cohiba I have ever tried and at at much lower price. A tremendous cigar if you have an hour to spend pondering about life after lunch. Not as heavy as other Bolivars. - Submitted by cjarman on November 22, 2006


Review #72: Bought a couple of BBFs from Casa Del Habano. It was my first time smoking this cigar (I regularly smoke churchills or double coronas). I lit up one in a hurry one night but didn't see what the fuss is all about when it comes to this cigar. Couple of days later, after lunch at a business meeting, I lit the second one with a cup (or what ended being a few cups) of arabian coffee. WOW! (Sorry to use a term that does not belong to me but) This cigar is a real blockbuster! Full flavored, full bodied and full of fun. Every puff delivered rich exotic tastes to the palate. It was a shame to finish the cigar. In one word - exotic. Cannot even imagine what effects age will have on this cigar (coming from a good box from a good production year). - Submitted by PDL on November 21, 2006


Review #71: Bitter-bean overtones, peppery spice with a slightly creamy finish, mixed with rich cedar nuances. One of the best, in my humble opinion. If you are in the mood for a full-flavoured, intricate, yet intense cigar.. pick this one. - Submitted by MikePomery on October 25, 2006


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