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Bolivar Inmensas

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Bolivar Cigars
Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:170
Format:DaliaRing:43
Weight:11,86 gr.Score:8.8
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Bolivar Inmensas Review:

This Bolivar is a true classic. It does not have the brusquenes of the Montecristo No. 1, but it does have its strength. It surprises from the first moment, with excellent draw and combustion, which recall the more traditional Habanos. A true Habano for gentlemen.

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Review #32: MAY 08 A true classic cuban, not a morning cigar, not suitable for beginners, only to recomend after a rich meal, an XO rum fits perfectly. Excellent value for money. It beats the 06 Cohiba V easily. - Submitted by purissimo on May 13, 2013


Review #31: After countless Dahlia I came to a conclusion: this is the best - Submitted by piramide69 on September 14, 2012


Review #30: I had two singles and both were outstanding - perfect for a lazy afternoon!Subtle, very well balanced herbal and floral aromas, just the right companion for a cold beer. An absolute recommendation! - Submitted by healthminister on June 2, 2012


Review #29: MAR 99 Again, I can not say enough about the Inmemsias. This is an old school-hardcore taste of Havana. I have enjoyed them since I began smoking and were turned onto them buy a pilot friend. She was smoking too, and also smoked this cigar. Tastes of leather, good coffee with spice and good old fashioned long leaf Cuban goodness. Enjoy these as they are no longer produced. - Submitted by Rich Golodner on February 27, 2012


Review #28: FEB 03 Today I bought the 13 remaining cigars of a FEB03 box of inmensas at my favorite cigar dealer. When I got home I lit up one of the sticks straight out of the box. It lit up instantly requiring only half of a match to start it off perfectly. The first third of the cigar was very smooth with rich buttery flavor and a full taste of cocoa and vanilla. To accompany this part of the Bolivar inmensa I chose the Commander Cody ‘Lost in the Ozone’ album. What a great flowing smoke, even cold. The second third of the stick was very earthy, almost vegan. When it warmed up it taste like fresh mowed grass and smelled like the earth after a summer rain. It was spicy in an earthy kind of way and very refreshing. It got me up to put on Eric Claptons 461 Ocean Boulevard. The second third of the stick peaked at the end of the album with ‘Steady Rollin’ Man and ‘Mainline Florida’. The second part was still very smooth, but definitely more upbeat than on the first third. Full flavored and intense in a way only a well made Cuban can be. Then in its final third it became stronger with a peppery aftertaste and it had more kick to it. It was then time to put Barefoot Jerry’s Grocery on the turntable to ride out the more complex last third of this great cigar. The last part was very intensely flavorful without becoming heady. It stayed smooth until the end. All the way through the draw was perfect up until the last half of the third part when it died on me which was disappointing. The burn was a little uneven with severe submarining on the end. This might be because I had to tap the ashes and could not let it burn off the way it would have done naturally. The ashes were a darker grey than I would have expected from a quality stick like this. But then again, I abused it by not letting it burn all the way. I did however put it down on a number of occasions to change the record and get new beverages. But it picked up perfectly without having to be relit. All in all a very satisfying smoke. During the first third I had a creamy Murphy’s Irish Stout to accompany the creamy smoke. The second third went with a spicy Weihenstephann Bavarian beer and to savor the great aftertaste after the cigar was finished I brewed up a cup of herbal tea. A 9/10 for me and easily the best cuban I have smoked in a long time. It looks very well made with a light colored, smooth wrapper and a superb cap. Smoking time was about one hour and a half. I can’t wait to taste one that has been in my humidor for a couple of months. I have ordered a box of 99’s just because I want more of this great, smooth flavor. - Submitted by 3kus on August 6, 2010


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