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 #28: I recently received a box of 25 of these, boxcode PUC MAR03. Eager as I was, I smoked my first on the day they arrived. It started very good, but turned on me about half way. I decided to give them a two weeks rest in my humidor, to recover from the trip. Last weekend I tried another one, and it was good, very good! Like all Bolivars, it\'s very powerful. As also noted in other reviews, it\'s filled with espresso and chocolate. On the background, yet very present, was a nutty sweetness. Very nice. It took me well over an hour to finish and it burned without any problems. A very good \'inbetween cigar\'. - Submitted by Bolivar on May 2, 2005


Review #27: Just had one a few nights ago, from the cabinet. Construction was solid, smooth wrapper and sufficiently oily. Prelight draw gave strong earthiness and hints of spice. Strong, full bodied smoke for a mareva, lots of earthiness and toasted tobacco. Taste did not develop much, maybe due to the size. After I put it down, did not feel entirely satisfied. I would say that this is simply an indifferent smoke. Nothing really stands out... - Submitted by castro on April 29, 2005


Review #26: I purchased them in the SBN (\'97 and \'02) and the 25 SLB (\'00), which became very rare. Now I\'m searching for a 50\'s cabinet with a 03/04 boxing date and a good price, because the cigars from the SLB were certainly better. Nevertheless they are both great cigars and it became my favourite Mareva. The Bolivar Petit Coronas is a really earthy and robust cigar, togethter with the Coronas Extra the quintessence of the Bolivar line in terms of taste and strength. It\'s special because it fits to every time of the day, from the eyeopener-cigar in the morning to the smoke after a meal in the evening. Even if it isn\'t that complex, the pure tobacco taste and strength of this firecracker is satisfying in every situation. But it never becomes sharp at the tongue. If I had to choose one vitola for the rest of my life, it would be this one. - Submitted by Turner on April 29, 2005


Review #25: Just had my first one of these last night. It had a wonderful draw and great construction. The burn left some room for improvement, it required one relight and a couple of \"touch ups\" to keep it burning straight. But, the flavor was a delight! TONS of Espesso touched with a dark chocolate and spice picking up the futher into the cigar I got. It may not be my absolute favorite, but, this is definantly one of my top 5! Smoke \'em if you got \'em. - Submitted by BigNic on April 27, 2005


Review #24: Iíve heard wonderful things about this mareva but was most disappointed with the box I purchased in 2004. Ĺ of the cigars in this box had an impossible draw. I was completely embarrassed as a guest at a co-workerís barbeque when I provided the host with his first Cuban which unfortunately had an unattainable draw. Those cigars that I was able to smoke were quite enjoyable. I understand that 1 box is a small sample size but it will be a long time before I purchase another. - Submitted by Billy the Greek on April 27, 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