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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 #90: Fellow connoisseurs I started smoking the RC's after its nomination by CA as #1 cigar of 2006. The RC is profoundly designed in construction with a cushiony rubber feel from finger tips to lips. Draw and burn is even with a clean traditonal Cuban taste of a master blend. Smoked many boxes and continue to enjoy with a few other favorites like Punch D-Corona, Partagas Lucitania,"P", HDM D-Corona, Monte Cristo 2, and Cohiba 6. Recommend all cigar aficianados to experience the Royal Corona...at least once....Leo! - Submitted by Red Monkey on December 13, 2007


Review #89: A generally entertaining Cigar that you usually enjoy in the evenings. There were some structure issues with a few a smoked from a box of 25, but otherwise ... a great cigar. - Submitted by Mazen on November 21, 2007


Review #88: Just tried my first one last night. Box date was Sept. 06. Really nice aroma and draw. Full bodied and strong but not harsh. Major difference. I don't want to get pretencious with the flavor profile, I just know that I really enjoyed it. Would smoke this again and would even consider buying a box. - Submitted by cigar are good on October 28, 2007


Review #87: I'm a relative novice cuban smoker, so please take that into account if reading my review. Just had my first RC with a french roast coffee to celebrate the french victory over the AB's in the world cup. Lovely looking cigar and incredible smell. Strong and spicy. Burn was uneven and got frustrated at having to re-light this cigar several times. I enjoyed the strong flavour but wish I had read some of the latest reviews, advising to have this cigar on a full stomach. - Submitted by swan25 on October 7, 2007


Review #86: I smoked one from a box dated March 2007. Burn and draw were impeccable. Flavour, however, was 1 dimensional and bordered to bland. - Submitted by nicolo on September 7, 2007


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