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Bolivar Royal Coronas

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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


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Review #47: Just go buy a box of these. For the price I can't think of a better smoke. A good solid hour to an hour and 15 minutes of smoke straight from the cream Gods. The smoothest cigar Cuba offers. There is never any bite to it, and its extremely tasty. The aforementioned cream, the leather and earth mixed with almonds. The almost sweet finish on your palate. You could enjoy this smoke with a nice glass of wine, scotch, or Kool-Aid, it doesnt matter, a fine smoke that can be enjoyed any day, any time. - Submitted by mprach on September 16, 2006


Review #46: Robusto from the smoking lounge at LA CASA DEL HABANO MONTREAL served with a nice cuban rhum. This is to confirm with my last review #44 it is a beautifull cigar that draws in such a perfect way it is amazing. The taste is remarkable. The strengh is medium to strong, But..... not to make you sick of it. It doesn't become acid or to peppery or to spicy. This is one cigar that you can smoke until ther's a inch left. I have great respect for this one! I believe that i will be replacing all the Mareva for some Robusto. Why !? They seem to smoke so much better. And when you smoke a nice Robusto you always get a mouth full of smoke. The price is so much better than Cohiba, the quality...... Probably the same or better. This is the kind of cigars, if you like the taste, to keep all year round in you humi. Don't forget..... never smoke the same cigar all the time!!! - Submitted by beaver on September 3, 2006


Review #45: I tried this cigar at my local shop. It has an intense flavor profile and well balanced in strength. Not as strong as a well aged Bolivar Belicoso but can definitely hold its own against any robusto of this format. Solid construction without any soft spots. Each draw is smooth and produces billows of aromatic smoke. Smoked it down to the nub. A real finger burner. Highly recommended. Enjoy! - Submitted by Kathleen on August 19, 2006


Review #44: First time that i tried Bolivar. Ican't say that i like or not !!! Very different taste compare to what's on the market. It is strong, not in the sense of pepper or spice,difficult to say !! The aroma was like perfume all the way !! Draw and smoke perfectly. I'm one of them that will try the cigars more than onces to be able to have a good opinion. Taste will developed with time. This one was purchased at LA CASA DEL HABANO, MONTREAL. 8/10 - Submitted by beaver on June 6, 2006


Review #43: When I first started my havana adventure years ago, one of the intro to sticks was the RC. Though quite tasty, it was just too mild. Reading some reviews since and having a more educated palate these days, my humi is never without this robusto, along with its brothers the pc, lonnie and ce. In fact, it is the only busto I always keep in stock. Toasty, creamy, sweet wood riding on a pleasant mellow spice. I held onto my current boxes for 3 years. The 03 I am now smoking is at the final third. I am looking for my hemostats. - Submitted by ilgallo on April 29, 2006


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