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Bolivar Bolivar tubos No. 1

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Bolivar Cigars
Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:142
Format:CoronaRing:42
Weight:9,29 gr.Score:7.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Bolivar Bolivar tubos No. 1 Review:

Deeply complex with much spice and earthy backtones. Heavy aroma and generally extremely good construction. Far better in cabinet selection than dress box, but do not shy away from trying the box pressed variety as it is still a very good smoke

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Review #29: --- 09 Must say: really enjoyed it, nice flavours, no agressiveness whatsoever with medium strenght. One of my favourite brands in a smooth aged cigar. Also enjoyed this increasingly rare vitola. - Submitted by Heinrich on October 13, 2018


Review #28: ---   2015 box; This is an excellent Corona, and sadly HSA announced its discontinuation in 2017. Earthy, woody and slightly spicy--very Bolivar. Excellent burn and construction. Room to improve but a solid 92 point cigar right now. Pick these up while you still can. - Submitted by nsxcigar on January 24, 2017


Review #27: New to cigars, less than one year, and am partial to mild-medium cigars in the Corona size. I have been smoking Dominican and Nicaragua cigars made with tobacco from the various Latin American countries. On a recent trans-atlantic cruise, I purchased five different 'brands' of Cuban cigars at Chatham House in Bermuda, Stagnetto Ltd. in Gibraltar and El Corte Ingls in Barcelona. After 5-months in a humidor I have begun to try them with a Bolivar No.1 Tubos being one of them. What I have notice most is that it is not the strength of a Cuban cigar but that they have a deeper-richer-bolder longer lasting flavor than a non-Cuban cigar. This particular Bolivar No. 1 Tubos was a medium+ to full strength with good ash/burn and a consistent earthy flavor for the full 70 minutes. IMO, the strength is similar to a Dominican made Montecristo Platinum. Yet to be evaluated are Punch Coronation Tubos, H. Upmann Coronas Major Tubos, Romeo y Julieta Romeo No. 2 Tubos, Romeo y Julieta Mille Fleurs, Montecristo Petit Tubos, Montecristo No. 3 and Montecristo No. 4. - Submitted by Douglas B on September 29, 2016


Review #26: JUL 04 Wonderful fruit and chocolate flavour, ages incredibly well, the older the better. A beautiful dark wrapper with perfect draw, lasts about one hour. - Submitted by strato on April 1, 2015


Review #25: DEC 02 I bought it in Iran. It was not to bad. Nice Bolivar flavours here. Nice spice, leather. Medium to full cigar. - Submitted by reza damghani jazi on December 1, 2013


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