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Bolivar Bolivar tubos No. 3

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Bolivar Cigars
Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThinLength:125
Format:PlacerasRing:34
Weight:5,27 gr.Score:6.5
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Bolivar Bolivar tubos No. 3 Review:

This is a small sized havana, which in my opinion was made to fill a gap in the sizes offered by the havana range. The quality of this cigar is not up to scratch with that of the larger havanas.

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Review #25: Oily wrapper, tight draw due to its small ring and well packed tobacco, nice shape. This shape is at the limit of what I consider a cigar to look like. The tube gives a pleasant cuban smell to the wrapper. 1/3 - light to medium, oily/salty, fruity, mild chocolate, creamy, not at all what I was expecting from a Bolivar but it looks very promising; 2/3 - light, flavors are the same as from the beginning. 3/3 - light, still the same, it is such a sweet cigar ... only at the end it gets rapidly heavy but it is still good. A very constant cigar. The cigar is very well packed and burns slow, I managed to hang on to it for 1 hour. It is very enjoyable for any time of the day, and for 4.5€ it goes in the top of my short affordable anytime of the day cigar list ! Rating : 90/100 - Submitted by nanerobert on June 11, 2014


Review #24: NOV 07 Nice sweet aroma during the initial lighting. Perfect draw. Starts with a gradual earthiness mingling pepper mild chocolate. Towards the middle the earthiness flowers then balances with typical Bolivar tobacco heaviness. Not a great smoke but for a small cigar it has a nice strength. - Submitted by Marcel Z on March 14, 2013


Review #23: this cigar was a challenge for me. first impression was nice, smell and presentation were both intriguing. upon lighting, you will notice how tight the draw is, which is where my conflict arises. the very tight draw helped extend the experience of this little cigar, and allowed to savor the flavour of the smoke, but also made it incredibly hard to get even a mouthful of it. although the flavour was nice and smooth, this cigar was a constant struggle. I also had to re-light it 3-4 times, which was even more disappointing than the tight draw.5/10, not for lack of flavour, but for the problems that arise while trying to enjoy, relax and escape. - Submitted by ibanezRG on July 14, 2011


Review #22: FEB   Pre-light = banana.once lit = thundermould of old English woodland & spice. Needs humi' for several months at least. Good draw if taken slowly allowing the flavours to caress the pallet & nose. Don't under-estimate this wee beasti. - Submitted by howlingwhippet on January 22, 2011


Review #21: ---   If you want a strong and I mean really strong cigar this is it. I got a couple of the No.3 by mistake when buying my favorite Bolivar No.2. As I entered the cigar shop just before closing I asked the member of the staff to get me five tubos No.2, thus not entering in the humidor and choosing the cigars myself which I normaly allways do, wanting to get it done as fast as I can because of the situation. As the cigars were placed in the bag I took them from the counter, paid(of course the price of No.2s that are cca 10 euro per stick LOL) and left the shop. As I came home I took the cigars out and saw that I didnt get the petit coronas I wanted but panatela sized tubed Bolivars which I decided to smoke rather than return them the next day. Lighting the cigar I didnt expect that its going to be a real powerhouse looking so small and skinny. Construction was very good for such a small RG and the cigar lasted a good 1 hour and 10 minutes. Flavors of dried fruit and sweet notes were completely overpowered by the intensity of the smoke which at times was quite harsh at the back of the throat and I need to say that this was a pain to smoke because of how strong it was. I simply cannot justify the price of these cigars at 7 euro per stick and wont for sure buy any more. Lesson learned not to buy cigars if you are in a hurry! - Submitted by promajk on September 3, 2010


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