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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 #58: This is my favorite cigar,. Why? Its everything a cigar should be. Beautiful,Spicy and flavorful. I have found that the Cabs of 50 already have sufficent age on them and usually are just a bit cheaper. A must have in any humi. I go to this one the most. - Submitted by elaw on December 18, 2006


Review #57: Honestly speaking is difficult for me to find a defect on this cigar. Can only say that is probably the best petit corona. - Submitted by spawn on December 4, 2006


Review #56: Very good draw and excellent construction, very close to perfection I would say. Well balanced typical Bolivar taste. I've been never been disapointed with this mareva. So far, the best cigar I've tried in this format. - Submitted by peac25 on November 29, 2006


Review #55: After aging a box of these little gems in my humidor for a month, I fired one up. Truly a decadent smoke. It has the traditional flavor profile of the Bolivar line. Rich tobacco, leather, and spice flavors that are well balanced. I smoked it down to the nub. It's a good thing that I have long fingernails or else I would have burned my fingers. I can imagine that these will only get better in several months. For the quality and price, you can't beat it. Highly recommended. - Submitted by Kathleen on September 20, 2006


Review #54: I found that most of the comments expressed here were true. The tobacco was well cured with no hint of ammonia right out of the box. These are mild and very pleasurable, though like many good cigars they get peppery near the end. The Bolivar has a unique taste and I can imagine that either you like it or you hate it. I find it deeply satisfying and relaxing. - Submitted by Steve on September 18, 2006


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