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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 #30: This is the only cigar that has never let me down , top cuban cigar and yes in the same league as the Cohiba or partagas robustos, to be realy honest I have started to prefer these more than the Cohiba robustos. - Submitted by farhad19620 on August 10, 2005


Review #29: I really enjoyed these it had a great burn,nice ash and a tasty flavor.This is one of the best and a great deal, Money well spent... - Submitted by Ron on June 4, 2005


Review #28: I already smoked a couple of different Bolivars, but never the Royal Coronas ... until now. Being a fan of the brand I was very anxious to try this one. The first thing I noticed was the extreme sponginess of this stick. Very promising for a good draw. It lit up real easy and immediately started to deliver that typical Bolivar flavor. It\'s medium to full bodied and rich with wood (first half) and spice (second half). A very pleasant gentle sweet undertone is present all the time. It took me about 75 minutes to finish without a single relight or correction. With regards to value for money this might IMHO be the best robusto you can buy! It sells in the Netherland for 7,00 a piece. For example, the Cohiba Robustos goes for 15,00! Conclusion: excellent construction, great draw, respectable smoking time, great flavor and superb value for money! Highly recommended! - Submitted by Bolivar on April 30, 2005


Review #27: A delicious, full flavoured and potent robusto. Smooth, peaty earth, nutty, leathery tobacco flavours with that tangyness which all good Bolivars deliver. Not a hugely complex smoke but very tasty. A deffinate late evening/after dinner smoke. - Submitted by Guest on March 15, 2005


Review #26: Just smoked another one from JAN 02 production run. Purchased from my man in HONGKONG, what a classic. Dark very, very, dark oily smooth flawless wrappers are an indication you are in for a treat. Packed and rolled as tight as a brick, with nary a problem with the draw, i have smoked several boxes to date from the 02 production and only a few hav had a tight draw, did not have to toss the cigar. The oily dark wrappers are a sight to behold, once lit you can acrually see the oils running from the hot tip. The flavors of strong well aged tobacco is the mainstay, entwined with strong black coffee and strong dark chocolate. These are classic bolivar because of the strength of the tobaccos, strong and pungent, like a true bolivar. I recently tried some Bolivar Fuerte from the dominican republic and they are very good for non cuban, they have a unique and heady aroma almost like the cubans. However with the cubans you get the true decedent and intoxicating aromas that only Bolivar can produce. These aromas are true head turners, when my wife and i are out eating in a restauraunt and i light a bolivar after dinner, i usually get a few very nice comments, usually from the ladies. I usually try and keep at least 5 boxes of these in stock at all times. - Submitted by bigyesta on March 9, 2005


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