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Bolivar Petit Coronas

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Bolivar Cigars
Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:MediumLength:129
Format:MarevaRing:42
Weight:8,46 gr.Score:8.1
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


Average user rating


Review #93: A nice short/medium smoke. Creamy, earthy and pleasant. It needs some age but...it is still a Bolivar. - Submitted by zorro212 on May 20, 2008


Review #92: These cigars definitly need some age. But thats the case with all Bolivars In my opinion. The Petit Corona has alot of ammonia coming through young, and has a bit of a tough draw. Not for the faint of heart, or the beginner smoker. Bolivar kind of gets a bad rap sometimes for always being young, so put these sticks away for 4 years, and it is completely different. If you can find a box from 02'/03', you should definitely buy them. - Submitted by 4063624 on March 25, 2008


Review #91: Just came back from a vacation on a boat house at lake. Bring 12 stick from my cab (refer review 89). Enjoyed the stogies with my friends, only 1 stick plugged, other then that are great. We had a blast. 8 point from me. - Submitted by boyez on March 22, 2008


Review #90: I gambled and lost---- Well, not just a one but ALL the cigars in the box are plugged. I had to use a bamboo skewer to fix the ones I've smoked already. The ones that I was able to smoke are ok but still not worth the gamble. Never again Bolivar...well maybe if the price is under 40 bucks a box. - Submitted by mellogrfx on March 17, 2008


Review #89: Just bought a cab labeled POS NOV 06. Smoked 1 stick yesterday. Had a hint of ammonia(i think), and the burn was a little bit problematic, tried repairing with the torch several times, but it just keep on burning unevenly. Other then that are fine. Great draw, good smoke, earthy note n all. The usual cuban criteria IMHO. The rest of the cab had been transfered into my cheap humidor (the rH here is almost 70% all the time, unless it starts raining for several days, lucky me eh hehe) and they wont see the sunlight for another one or two years. 6 point from me (for this cab on this date) Enjoy your smoke ~ - Submitted by boyez on March 12, 2008


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