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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 #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


Review #53: i had 5 of these from 2002 box.nice smokes,some burn problems,good draw,strong tobacco flavors,woody.im not a novice smoker on the contrary but the last one i smoked did overpower me,maybe i had one of those week days.if you like strong woody puros this one will definately satisfy anybody.NOT FOR ROOKIES!TOO STRONG - Submitted by marius on September 16, 2006


Review #52: I generally smoke Dominicans and this was my first attempt at a Bolivar. My Cuban experience was limited to a few Sancho Panzas and Romeo y Julieta marevas. Just tried this one yesterday, and took me little more than an hour to 'finish' it. The first half of it was very nice and pleasant, good draw, burns evenly, rich chocolatey taste and hints of cream and caramel, but suddenly the second half was rather unpleasant and I could swear I started tasting burnt rubber and other horribly unpleasant flavours. I gave up somewhere close to the last quarter as it just started getting from bad to worse. Of course this is based on a sample size of 1 and not really a reliable indicator of the quality of these cigars. But for the moment I think I'll stick to my Panzas and Romeos. They pack less punch. - Submitted by ragemachinez on September 13, 2006


Review #51: i had some of those marevas out of 2002 box.it was aged well,strong cigar,definately will overpower novice smoker.very woody and spicy.construction is good,burns evenly.the price is fair.recommended for experienced smokers - Submitted by marius on August 27, 2006


Review #50: I received a box of these today. The wrappers are a deep chocolate color. Great construction. The aroma is of quality tobacco. I can't wait to try these little gems in a few months after aging in my humidor. - Submitted by Kathleen on August 11, 2006


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