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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 #114: --- 07 This "petit" corona is one of the strongest habanos out there. It also combines many if not most of the signature cuban flavours into one not-so-short rollercoaster ride. A nice brown exterior with a reddish hue and textured feel. Pre-light strong musky tobacco, draw relatively firm. Starts out rather non-descript, heavy tobacco for the first half inch, then wakes up with some hefty wood and leather and a hint of spice. With the 2nd third comes the sudden apparition of cabernet-sauvignon type berry flavours and a hint of honey cream more typical of RyJulieta, over the top of the same underlying leathery base. These new aromas slowly fade into the last third as the base builds in body while the smoke develops a smoother, creamier sensation-en-bouche, all the while losing most of its sweetness and spicing the tip of the tongue until it reaches tingling point. (At this point a potent drink will probably be required!) A grand finale of machismo cream and spice will test your virility, nicaraguan-style (think oliva serie V). Like a heavy young Bordeaux, the potential for ageing is clear. And yet, all aficionados of cuban leaf would probably enjoy trying one of these Gran coronas young - even if this Bolivar does not match their tastes it will give them an adrenaline-infused experience to remember. - Submitted by frenchkiwi on August 16, 2009


Review #113: MAY 07 Wonderful cigar. I go to it often during the summer months, on August nights it is one I treasure. Cutting the cap, twice, to get a nice flat top I lit the foot and found so many wonderul chocolate tastes. Nutmeg, washes of vanilla, and through the middle, orange peel. I do enjoy these cigars, and as my tastes change this mareva size is one I count on to be in perfect harmony of the larger gauges and small. Go to the Bolivar, and take your time with this stick, small short puffs will do, as big inhalers might get a head spin from the strength. - Submitted by Marcel Z on August 14, 2009


Review #112: Bought 25 of these a year old, they were box pressed with a tight draw and very strong. For the following year I considered this purchase to be a mistake. However, one year on and they have completely transformed into a smooth flavoursome smoke with a comfortable draw. Now highly recommended, albeit not straight out of the box! One of the best PCs I have tried next to Cohiba Siglo II and Juan Lopez. - Submitted by john_larwood on May 8, 2009


Review #111: DEC 98 Nice strong cigar.Spicy,full bodied. Good contruction,combustion.Rich flavourful smoke.Must be in humi. - Submitted by kml on May 6, 2009


Review #110: If you like your beef rare/medium with pepper and crisp surface. Itīs for you. - Submitted by petrir on April 28, 2009


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