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Bolivar Royal Coronas

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Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:11,66 gr.Score:8.4
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

Average user rating

Review #92: Smoking from an 07 box very good considering so young. Got through about 10 in the last few days - varying from a couple that have been excellent to a couple that are in need of some rest in the humidor. All draw well which is very high priority for me. Good value, will get another box. - Submitted by ian on December 27, 2007

Review #91: I smoke one of a 25 box (TEB AUG07) Wonderful aroma but very very strong! You must have a full stomach to enjoy this jem! An excelent after dinner companion! - Submitted by powerslave on December 18, 2007

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

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