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Bolivar Coronas Junior

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Bolivar Cigars
Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:110
Format:MinutoRing:42
Weight:7,46 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


Average user rating


Review #19: I found that this was an excellent cigar in all ways but one. The flavour was smooth, and never harsh or unpleasant. Throughout the smoke, the flavours developed nicely. I detected spice, earth, and coffee flavours in abundance. The only bad point of the cigar was the wrapper, which appeared to be held on only by the band; after its removal, I had to work to keep it from coming off completely. Still, as with a similarly afflicted Ramon Allones Specially Selected, it was an effort that I was willing to make, given the flavour. A very good option for a short smoke; I've never really been anything less than satisfied with Bolivar's offerings. - Submitted by agraupe on June 25, 2007


Review #18: Had one of these in a sample pack. It was a lot more loosely packed than most other cigars, and so was fabulously smokey. Delicious rounded flavours, I really enjoyed the experience. - Submitted by Alexander Dent on May 24, 2007


Review #17: A beautiful medium bodied little gem that packs in as much flavor as it can, bombarding you from start to finish. I was gifted a Coronas Junior from 2005 from a generous member from a forum I participate on. The cigar itself had a beautiful chocolate brown wrapper that was slightly toothy and was very well constructed. A pre-light draw hinted at earthy, almost barnyard flavors that enlightened me to the fact that this was going to be a very rich and earthy smoke. Even though I expected it, the first third wooed me with deep earth and rich leather flavors followed by a creamy fruit, almost berry finish. The cigar emits a very aromatic, heavy bluish smoke that coats the mouth on each draw. The rich leather carried over to the second third of the cigar and was met with a gingerbread spice and a nutty finish. Occasionally leaving the undertones and dancing to the forefront is a taste of coffee with cream and sugar that leaves a sweet finish on top of the nuttiness. The final third picked up the pace as the leather and gingerbread yielded to rain-soaked soil smattered with white pepper. Overall, this is a very flavorful minuto that will not disappoint. I plan on getting a box as soon as possible. - Submitted by jakebarnes on May 24, 2007


Review #16: I have always been an avid fan of large ring gauge cigars. Recently, two smokes; the Bolivar Coronas Junior and the Ramon Allones Small Club Corona have changed my thinking about small cigars. The Coronas Junior I smoked this evening was full of strength and flavor. Spicy on the lips with a slight hint of creaminess. There were leathery notes and cocoa throughout. The cigar drew excellent and the burn was nice and even. The only disappoint was that it finished so fast! I'll definitely have to grab a few boxes when I get the chance. Viva Bolivar! - Submitted by ironchef on May 23, 2007


Review #15: Fine little cigar, medium bodied and full flavoured, classic Bolivar taste: earthy and spicy. Despite its size, it shows some evolution: the strenght becomes full in the middle, the flavours become more evident, especially the wood and coffee notes. The final is awesome, like a musical "crescendo" - Submitted by sasha on April 23, 2007


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