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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 #170: ---   From a '09 box. Strong prelit aromas and well constructed with a nice oily wrapper encasing well packed fillers offering just enough resistance to the draw. Intense Bolivar flavours and rich creamy full bodied smoke. Moderate complexity with spiciness that does not upset the balance. Some sweet cut grass with a finish that is none too dry. This gives the Cohiba Siglo VI a run for its money. I believe that these should be aged properly as the one I had exuded noticeable amounts of ammonia on the nose. Perhaps still too young to be savoured, but there is much potential. A 7/10 for now due to the ammonia but I can see this evolving to become a true classic. - Submitted by sengjc on October 29, 2010


Review #169: ---   I read in Cuban Cigar Encyclopedia that 'suave,' was the word best describing this stick: I wholly agree. Clean tobacco taste, like most Cuban cigars, mixed with the earth/cocoa leather involved in the draw. Enjoyed all the way through. Bolivars are always my favourite. - Submitted by Marcel Z on October 5, 2010


Review #168: FEB 08 Gorgeous smelling box of 25 dated Feb 2008. Each cigar constructed with perfection and aged well before purchase. These cigars are slightly shorter than the regular piramides like Monte Cristo No. 2. This has got to be one of the most finest cigars I have smoked. Perfect burn, perfect draw with a woody taste. The oily wrapper burns well and does not need to be re-lit. The smell of the smoke is mouth watering. The first 2/3 of the cigar for me is the best part. The last 1/3 changes in taste and becomes more "grassy". Overall a fantastic cigar. I will surely be buying more of these soon. - Submitted by Skittles740 on August 19, 2010


Review #167: AUG 00 Semi strong cigar. Not very complex by any means but very tastey.Started off for the 1st inch somewhat harsh but got better as I smoked it. But like I (130) 825-7664 said not much change throughout the stick.To me it was mainly earthy with hints of spice that coated your mouth for hours. Still a very enjoyable with a burn time of approx 45 minutes from a guy with a heavy draw. Well worth a try if wanting to try somthing different. - Submitted by Sutton on August 7, 2010


Review #166: ---   This cigar has a cold aroma of a barn. A touch of fire and it opens a world of warm flavors for you. Smoking Bolivar BFs is like nice quilt you can wrap yourself into. Aroma reminds me of sweeten rye bread or when you pour beer on a stove in a sauna and get this nice smell of burned bred. Naturally there is coffee and chocolate present also. Amazing cigars. Full-bodied pleasure unequaled. - Submitted by Finn on July 16, 2010


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