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Bolivar Royal Coronas

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Bolivar Cigars
Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:124
Format:RobustoRing:50
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25


Average user rating


Review #102: Just finished my fourth in the last two years. Very good, when smoked through the last third. Consistent draw, consistent burn, slowly increasing strength throughout. It doesn't tell a story as some others, but it is a very good standard smoke. - Submitted by timoto on March 2, 2008


Review #101: I had one this evening in the cold. The pre-light aroma, construction and ash was nice, but it was a lot milder than I expected for a Bolivar. The draw was a little tight but got better as the cigar smoked. Nice aroma and good smoke. I do believe that cold weather does have an effect on the way cigars taste so that could be the reason why this ones tasted so mild. I have 5 more in the humi so I will try them once the weather gets nicer. All and all a nice lighter medium tasting cigar. - Submitted by nnjlon2 on February 24, 2008


Review #100: Very good cigar. Wonderful construction and classic bolivar taste. - Submitted by Christianjes86 on February 21, 2008


Review #99: Un sigaro veramente speciale. Ottimo tiraggio. Fumata da 30-40 minuti piena di sorprese; immediato il sapore piccante che via via si attenuato per dar spazio ad aromi lievemente terrosi e dolciastri. Gusto persistente in bocca come ci si aspetta da un vero Cubano. Una delle migliori fumate. - Submitted by sunnyjim on February 11, 2008


Review #98: What a huge disappointment. I thought I got lucky by finding this cigar at my local cigar shop and bought some with all the excitement of the world after the reviews and being CA's 2006 cigar of the year. But no, nothing, the burning totally messed up, uneven, I actually had to correct it with a lighter, the flavor? nothing, it had to go one full third for any flavor to come up and it wasn't anything but a hint of what a true Habano should be, I have absolutely no doubt about it's authenticity, the only thing could be that I smoked it right away, I will give the other ones 2 or 3 months in my humidor and give them a try then, but to be honest I don't think they'll get any better, I'm just finishing it right now and the awful burn is still there, terrible. The flavor is stronger as it is obvious in the 3rd third but it's not better. I prefer a regular Montecristo No.4 to this thing. - Submitted by Mithras on February 11, 2008


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