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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 #40: I'm partial to the shape and thus you should consider that in interpreting my review. this cigar is an excellent compliment to any humidor. it is certainly an excellent "staple cigar" in the sense that you will invariably always find yourself in the mood to have one, something that can not be said of many cigars even if they are also of exceptional quality. the edition i'm currently smoking are tagged "gerard" as the bolivar factory produced these for gerard pere et fils in geneva. i have never had any draw issues nor any burn issues with these cigars. the smoke tends to be medium to slightly thick in consistency. flavours are rich but never overwhelm the seasoned smokers palette. all-round, a lovely cigar. - Submitted by Jay K on February 17, 2005


Review #39: I sampled an 04 stick, June I believe from the Partagas Factory. The Bolivar Belicosos Finos for me is a well behaved smoke that exhibits no rough edges. It's like eating a fudgesicle. Smooth smoke that can be tasted with both mouth and nasal passages without fear of any scorching. I love these things, or could you tell. I wouldn't say it's a complex smoke but boy is it smooth. Recommended. - Submitted by spr on February 15, 2005


Review #38: well im smoking all the stuff since 14th year of my life.. and now iv got all gray hair. so late in my life iv come to smoke bolivar belicosos the first time and belive me i can pay them more for these cigars than they ask. the cigar starts with a very strict shot and remains the same rather gets more rich with time. the delicacy with which it is made makes it burn at a very balance rate and the burn line doesnt get any undue angles. it is worth smoking but not on regular basis..not atleast for me. it best combines with stakes and red wine and during the meal smokes.. - Submitted by sohail qadri on February 14, 2005


Review #37: An all time favorite that has never disappointed. Some call this full bodied, but I would describe the BF as medium-full. Toasty and spicy all at once, the BF has a resounding thrill of Cuban flavors that would recommend it to a wide range of aficionados as well as the newly anointed. …Just thinking about it takes me away! Construction and draw have been consistently excellent. With the recent demise of the Punch-Punch (which for many years would also never disappoint), the BF has become an alternate daily smoker for me. (I have still not found a suitable replacement for the (formerly) lovable spicy-sweet PP). As Cubans go, this one is a classic. My biggest concern for this cigar would be that the crop(s) which its blend requires stay in good condition and supply - (see Punch-Punch comment). - Submitted by Lee on February 12, 2005


Review #36: I got a cab of the BBF's at the R&J factory in Cuba OSU MAR02 that look and smell like a nice box of chocolate. I was lucky to be with a friend that know the manager of the store and was able to open @ 10 cabs until I found the one I liked. These babies have a nice dark oily wrapper and are well made. The are some kick a$$ smokes with full body and a great burn. This cigar is not for the virgin smoker but for the smoker who enjoys a good full body cigar. My cab is resting for a few more years that is why I bought a couple of dress boxes to smoke and the other to age. - Submitted by JRBoricua on February 3, 2005


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