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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


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Review #68: Followed the advice of my tobacconist at the local casa del habano and bought 4 boxes of these (2005 production) to put in my humidor. I've never been very fond of "smaller" cigars but lately I've been realizing that we may be very lucky these exist in the hectic times we live in. The cigar wrappers are dark brown, and even though not so oily and silky as I like them, they are still very attractive (and constent in all 4 boxes!). Even at such a young age this cigar delivers a balanced medium-full bodied smoke with primary tastes of coffee and leather (have to say that it reminded me a little of it's famous brother the belicoso fino but with 60% it's strength). Good combustion and even though had to relight 3 times (primarily my fault since I put the cigar down for a couple of minutes) there were no bad tastes after relighting. As a typical bolivar, the aftertaste is long and extremely pleasant (cedary sweet wood and hints of anise). Even though nothing will take me away from my prominentes, this is a great little fellow indeed. - Submitted by PDL on March 13, 2007


Review #67: got a cab of these shared 3 right off the bat box date 05 svt these are one of the best smokes i ever tasted full bodied spicy aromatic a 10 in my book - Submitted by smores on March 12, 2007


Review #66: Smoked 2 of this cigar from 2 different cabinet box of 50 and the quality and taste is consistently good. A rather complex cigar with coffee and a bit of leather. The construction and draw is very good with the exception of it staying lit. Better value for money as compared to the Monty 4. - Submitted by pak on March 6, 2007


Review #65: Bought a box of 25 yesterday. Tried one today, full taste and easy draw...a bit dry though...a couple of weeks in the humidor and it will be just fine. - Submitted by Rikkos on March 3, 2007


Review #64: Just smoked one from 05 on a Saturday afternoon trying to finish a book but this cigar demanded my full attention. Strong, complex and flavourful. I felt the nicotine and had to slow down and took almost an hour for me to finish it right down to the last half inch. The burn was uneven but this is a really really good petit corona. It demanded my patience so I won't smoke this in the afternoon again. - Submitted by lightup on March 3, 2007


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