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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


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Review #175: Bought in Luxembourg recently at a good price (Eur 9.50), kept at 74%rh, smelled lovely unlit, excellent construction, slightly oily, lights very well, perfect draw throughout, flavour starts off much lighter than expected, sweetish and very smooth, 2nd bit (1st cone dropped after 27mins) immediately more developed, bit of sharpness, bit darker in taste but still smooth and sweetish developing a pleasant fuller aroma, 3rd bit sharper still (and short). Overall lasted one and 1/4 hrs (indoors) and burned perfectly even up until the final few draws with lovely solid light grey ash, producing constant light and pleasant smoke. Overall a very very nice smoke and probably a very good cigar for outdoors. 89/100 for me. - Submitted by Leopold on September 15, 2012


Review #174: One of my favorite cigars. Full-bodied, with smooth, creamy smoke, and one of the most unique and pleasing aromas out there. The flavor is consistent throughout, but with a cigar like this, it is not a bad thing at all and only adds to the allure in my opinion. - Submitted by Randomher0 on August 4, 2012


Review #173: great cigar,the price its not that great,but...it is a plasure to smoke something like this... - Submitted by jack martins on July 4, 2012


Review #172: i had one of these about 2 weeks to a month ago, it was a great smoke nice smooth flavours and a great draw. i had a lil issue when it tried to start to canoe on me but i nip that in the bud, other then that it was a great cigar well worth the price i paid for it :) - Submitted by whitesamurai on April 17, 2012


Review #171: I smoked one of these for the very first time this February(2012)while in Varadero for a week. I personally was not impressed with this cigar at all. i found it very one dimensional,and at no point was I wowed by this stick at all. One cigar that I smoked for the first time while there was the Montecristo Petit Edmundo,and I can honestly say that "this cigar" did wow me.I brought back 50 of the Monte Petit Edmundo and would do the same all over again. - Submitted by billpatrick on February 27, 2012


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