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Bolivar Petit Coronas

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Bolivar Cigars
Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:8.1
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Bolivar Petit Coronas Review:

Its taste is quite similar to Coronas. The characteristic strong Bolivar taste. Smokers who find Coronas Gigante too big for them, agree that this size is perfect for them, getting a very full bodied and creamy smoke. The minimum ageing recommended for this cigar is 4 to 6 years.

Average user rating

Review #142: APR 16 Good liquorice notes with some leather went well with heavy red wine I was drinking (Douro if you’re interested or care) Excellent draw and well made. I would always recommend. - Submitted by AlgernonSpitts on July 11, 2019

Review #141: APR 13 4 of 25 left. I had no problems with construction, all cigars have had decent draws. Taste throughout the box has been a little inconsistent though. 1/3 of the cigars have been incredible- transitions from creamy, woody, coffee, cocoa, even a few with these beautiful floral notes. The other 2/3 of the box is 'blah', with little transition in taste; staying earthy or woody throughout.. It's never been a terrible cigar, but it keeps you hoping for that 1/3. - Submitted by jibbajabba on June 23, 2017

Review #140: MAY 14 Box is May 15. I have been bitterly disappointed with this box. The consistency has been appalling. Bought a 25 box and have about 15 left. 5 of those 15 that are left are unsmokeable. They are rock hard and totally plugged. I've cut them but I can hardly pull a molecule of air through them. I'll have to buy one of those tools to unplug them. If you get a good one then great. Otherwise forget it. Typical Cuban quality control. I think I just got a box full of lemons. - Submitted by jumpfrog on October 21, 2016

Review #139: Not many cigars keep a constant smoking profile, regardless of its size. This is, however, one such case: all the intense Bolivar taste in a 50-60 minutes smoke cigar. Perfect for those who can´t hold very strong cigars, but still want to understand what a good Bolivar tastes like. - Submitted by Heinrich on September 20, 2016

Review #138: Not sure about this one. Single at least 3 years old. Consistent earthy flavour with coffee and some sweet notes appearing half way, after which it deteriorated. A bit disappointing. - Submitted by e.kopec72 on June 4, 2016

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