HomeHistory Of CigarsCigars GuideBy SizeTop RatedAdvertisingAbout Us

 By Brands:
Belinda Cigars
Bolivar Cigars
Cabanas Cigars
Cifuentes Cigars
Cohiba Cigars
Cuaba Cigars
Davidoff Cigars
Diplomaticos Cigars
Dunhill Cigars
El Rey del Mundo Cigars
Fonseca Cigars
Gispert Cigars
Guantanamera Cigars
H. Upmann Cigars
Hoyo de Monterrey Cigars
Jose L. Piedra Cigars
Juan Lopez Cigars
La Corona Cigars
La Escepcion Cigars
La Flor de Cano Cigars
La Flor del Caney Cigars
La Gloria Cubana Cigars
Los Statos de Luxe Cigars
Maria Guerrero Cigars
Montecristo Cigars
Partagas Cigars
Por Larranaga Cigars
Punch Cigars
Quai d'Orsay Cigars
Quintero y Hno. Cigars
Rafael Gonzalez M. Cigars
Ramon Allones Cigars
Romeo y Julieta Cigars
Saint Luis Rey Cigars
San Cristobal de La H. Cigars
Sancho Panza Cigars
Siboney Cigars
Trinidad Cigars
Troya Cigars
Vegas Robaina Cigars
Vegueros Cigars

Bolivar Petit Coronas

View all Mareva Cigars    

<< Petit BolivarPetit Coronas Especiales >>

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 #38: As you spark up one of these, the flavour is there from the start. Rich bitter chocolate from the get-go, which stays with you throughout the cigar, gradually increasing in strength with the addition of a gorgeous freshly ground black pepper taste mixed with complex spices as you reach the last third. Wonderfull dark wrappers, with that silky feel you know is not going to dissapoint. Smoked it to the nub, and was sad to stub - The perfect Habano? For me hoyo in corona format still wins out, but these are hot on their heels. Don't be without some in your 'dor. Bueno - Submitted by the hanwell cigar dude on January 18, 2006


Review #37: I sampled my first Bolivar Petit Corona about ten minutes prior to writing this note. I have a dress box with a 2003 date. On sight, it was colorado claro. On nose, it was cuban in character. On the feel, it had perfect rebound. The taste was monotone, yet lively. I expected more complexity. It opened up in the final thrid. It leaves a pleasant aftertaste. I paired it with a basic red I had in the house. A better choice is a strong dark coffee with a little Irish Cream-methinks. It was enjoyable. I am glad I bought this box. - Submitted by HUC on December 23, 2005


Review #36: This has been one of my two "go-to" cigars for three years running, and I've been lucky enough to only buy them in cabs of 50...which I believe is the best way to buy any cigar, but this in particular. Without the box pressing of a dress box, these little dudes age so much faster, they have a noticable change after 6 months. The cab I'm on now is from GKI 04, and the wrappers are a gorgeous dark rosado, and the taste is without fault...as well as the construction. The cap is great, and I swear this is true...I've yet to smoke a single bad one out of at least 400. This, to me, is one of the greatest cigars, of any size, and also one of the great values as well. A true spice bomb and powerhouse, I can't tell you how many people I've given this cigar to and watched their eyes when they light it up...it's definately NOT small in taste or strength. I wish they were easier to find, though, the secret is finally really out of the bag. - Submitted by dlctwice on December 3, 2005


Review #35: My first Bolivar was the Corona, which at the time i didnt think was anything to rave about and i reviewed it as average. After many more smokes, and now my high opinion of the Petit Corona, i am sure i have misjudged its big brother. The Bolivar Petit Corona is faultless. Great construction, perfect draw, huge powerful flavours which obviously the Bolivars are famous for. - Submitted by mk029 on November 24, 2005


Review #34: Really very very good 60 minutes.. - Submitted by zafer3419 on October 10, 2005


This cigar spans 29 pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 [22] 23 24 25 26 27 28 29



 
» Add a new review for Bolivar Petit Coronas

Due to abuse of our review system by a small minority of internet users, we have decided to require reviewers to signup to our site before they may post a review. Signup is free, and all we require is a valid e-mail address. Please note we will not pass your e-mail on to any third party.

(Click here to Register or Login)

  

Bolivar Petit Coronas


 RSS Latest Reviews