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Bolivar Royal Coronas

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Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:8.3
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Bolivar Royal Coronas Review:

This cigar was previously named Charles and changed to Royal Coronas in 1973. Smooth robusto with balanced earthy and peppery flavours. Smooth tobacco taste is also present. One very good thing about this smoke is that it does not need a long ageing, we do not have to wait to enjoy it.

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Review #186: JUL 13 very tasty and certainly lives up to the hype.imho it is a 8.8 very unique taste. i will definetly be smoking a few more of these . not a powerhouse like the Partagas D4 but a very fine vitola. Dont be shy . ENJOY. - Submitted by kevin jones on October 31, 2015

Review #185: Rich coco bean, salty, beautiful and oily cigar. Little spacy from the beginning, full of flavor, complex, earthy and woody. I bought 10 Royal Coronas in Tubos, but first they need some weeks in my humi until to smoke. 9/10 to me. - Submitted by sayidre on October 12, 2015

Review #184: JUL 14 To my tastes and from my experience,at least,Bolivar has done very little wrong right across the entire marque over the last three,maybe four years.The Royal Corona is absolutely no exception.The 2014's are smoking beautifully! Nailed on,classic Bolivar flavours and aromas from the first light to the nub! It would be completely pointless to lay these down even for a couple of years before digging in unless they get "sick",which I'm really not expecting.Two or three years humidor time just isn't going to improve them to a degree that renders them much better than they are now,if at all. - Submitted by Vortigan on June 15, 2015

Review #183: Had a BRC from a 10-ct sampler from CT. Very pleased and would recommend. Medium/strong earthy flavour with ash hanging for a long time. Recommended. - Submitted by rsrp2012 on May 1, 2015

Review #182: APR 09 I just smoked one of these a minute ago. Very subtle Bolivar earthy flavors are present throughout the cigar with notes of smooth spice flavors being introduced towards the last third. Great burn, good enough greyish ash and perfect draw. Overall a good robusto if you're a bolivar fan. I like it enough but my all time personal favorite robusto is the 'Ramon Allones Specially Selected' . - Submitted by Ahmednahel on April 8, 2015

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