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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

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Review #57: I smoked a couple early from a July, 2006 box and they have dropped in quality. The previous Royal Coronas were spectacularly flavorful. The new batch even has wrappers that look pretty sad. Fingers crossed that they rebound with the next batch. - Submitted by jchitwood on January 30, 2007

Review #56: very disappointed qith this stick, although it had a great smoke flavor, i could not even had 1 decent puff, it was so tight, that it was almost impossible tu suck anything out of it. It was so difficult and so frustrating, that after trying all i know to keep it on fire, i prefered to waste my 11 dollar stick, than being trying to smoke. - Submitted by rijks1 on January 15, 2007

Review #55: Great cigar, I am actually smoking one right now. Although I agree with much of what reviewer #54 had to say, recently I have found that the Royal Corona is making a comeback. The latest box that I have is very young as it is from May '06 and I am thoroughly enjoying them now,I am sure they will only get better with age. - Submitted by seand on January 13, 2007

Review #54: Just smoked a very disappointing example of Bolivar RC. This cigar just ain't what it used to be... I remembered a full bodied, peppery smoke but the last two times I lit up a Royal Corona, I was in for a harsh taste, uncontrolled and unbalanced power and no depth at all. Some aging would definitely have made more approachable, but I doubt it would ever have turned it into a smoke as good as a Partagas D-4... Disappointing considering what this stick was all about a few years ago... - Submitted by Smokin\' Phil on January 1, 2007Submitted by Smokin' Phil on January 1, 2007

Review #53: I had one last evening and realized again that this is my favorit. Whats all the noise about the Partagas and Allones Robustos ? In the moment I can get those only very young and compared to the Bolis they donĀ“t reach the complexity and aromarichness of my Bolis from 2003 Lets wait and see when we have stored the others for 3 years. But anyway a Boli from 2005 is also better to me than the others. As I said: My favorit. best regards - Submitted by bolibeli on December 14, 2006

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