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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 #37: Started smoking by box from may 01. Supurb! I can't believe how good they are!Buy 2 boxes. 1 for now. 1 for later.(believe me!) - Submitted by DDP on February 3, 2006

Review #36: Just opened a JUL 05 box and had my first RC. Being a big robusto fan I have had all the Cuban brand offerings except Bolivar, that is until now. I may have saved the best until last. It is certainly the richest. It was strong but smooth with lots of smoke. As good as CoRo and RASS while offering a real distinguishably different taste profile. Hearty and chewy richness, but never harsh. It is strong and you will feel it for a while. The draw was a little firmer than I like & I had to relight it once. Needs more time in the humi, but at this point on this fairly young box I was very impressed. - Submitted by psmead on February 2, 2006

Review #35: This is one of my go to Habanos. Smooth, strong, and spicy. the smoke just coats the mouth. purely delicious. they do need to be a bit dryer than most...about 62% works for me. - Submitted by partagaspete on January 25, 2006

Review #34: I've been though two boxes from Oct 05 and they are amazing. Every now and then I had to touch up a few, but aside from that this is what a cigar should be. A MUST HAVE!!!! - Submitted by mikef12169 on January 23, 2006

Review #33: The best cigar I ever smoked was a Royal Coronas purchased at an English Pub in 1994. Pure velvet instead of smoke, impeccable balance and complexity, a gentleman. This is still a very consistent cigar, all things considered, and I'm rarely without a box. - Submitted by pachemar on January 14, 2006

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