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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 #12: Personally I would have to say dollar-for-dollar this is THE BEST Habanos available. I am not saying that this is the best vitola overall but for the price it surely is. The main point with this flavorful robustos is to make sure they have at least two years of aging. This gives it time to let its flavors mature and gain balance. The RC starts out very rich with a toasty, nutty and creamy flavor. As you smoke it the leathery, coffee and woodsy notes develop and continue to throughout the cigar. With a little bit of age the Bolivar RC does not have any harshness even if you decide to smoke it to a nub. Overall a GREAT robustos! - Submitted by Monkeyboy on May 29, 2004

Review #11: A fabulous cigar! A prefect draw combined with a perfect burn. The nice, dark, rich wrapper contained deep and evolving flavors from cedar to orange peel to pepper and spice. The body was wonderfully smooth yet very satisfying and the smoke was thick and rich. The ash was nice and solid. I smoked this one all the way down to my fingers but the flavors never turned. Definitely an aficionado’s cigar, one of the best robustos I have ever smoked. - Submitted by martinsfsu on April 15, 2004

Review #10: I bought a box of these on a recent trip to Cuba. My plan was to have them as a reasonably cheap cigar to offer new fathers around me.Turns out I fell in love with this Robusto, they can't have 'em! I find a perfect draw of succulent smoke in a cigar that never turns on you until you burn your fingers. - Submitted by Funguss on April 7, 2004

Review #9: Good robusto. Thick layers of flavours include earth and leather. Round, flavourful and the strength is nicely balanced. After a copious dinner. - Submitted by Smokin' Phil on April 5, 2004

Review #8: In a league of it's own...simply the best robusto available. I try the other excellent robustos periodicly but always find them somewhat inferior in comparison to the Bolivar. Strength, complexity and a bold flavor profile set this cigar apart. Why eat hamburger when you can have filet mignon? BeliBill - Submitted by unknown on March 10, 2004

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