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Bolivar Short Robusto

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Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Gauge:ThickLength:110
Format:Petit EdmundoRing:52
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Bolivar Short Robusto Review:

The Short Bolivar is one of the latest additions into the long list of regional edition cigars from Bolivar. It was released in 2008 for Pacific Cigar in the Asia & Pacific region. The Short Bolivar is a Petit Edmundo, measuring 4.3″ by 52 ring gauge. 7,400 SLB cabinets of 25 cigars were released in 2009.

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Review #6: --- 08 I found this stick to be very strong and very oily. A pepper bomb far too powerful to enjoy down to the nub. Definitely not my favourite Bolivar. - Submitted by rusty9 on December 19, 2013


Review #5: --- 08 I found this stick to be very strong and very oily. A pepper bomb far too powerful to enjoy down to the nub. Definitely not my favourite Bolivar. - Submitted by rusty9 on December 19, 2013


Review #4: nightdiverbill, you are very correct, these are indeed called Short Bolivars. I came up the review page and recognized them from the image. This is not the only mistake/mislabeling on the site. For sure you can find them at most asian airport duty-free shops...at the backů For me they are predominantly peppery. I keep them for when a friend who loves the toasty/spicy flavors come over. I must pick up one and smoke again from the stash I have to see if they have matured towards something better. But rarely have I had such a spicy pepper cigarů - Submitted by dimi681 on November 22, 2013


Review #3: JUN 08 These are not Short "Robustos" they are actually called Short "Bolivars" The few that I have tried are very good. I would say mild to medium, peppery and creamy, in the first half. The size gives it a smooth silky texture, and and a really nice medium to full final 1/3. 5 years in the humidor have really balanced out the flavors. Highly recommended if you can still find them. - Submitted by nightdiverbill on November 17, 2013


Review #2: Bolivar Short Robusto-This tiny cigar packs a punch! From the very first moments one can feel the strong pepper that overpower the otherwise more typical earthy, woody and more complex roasted coffee notes. Faithful to the universal Bolivar full-body the short robusto perhaps even overextends it. I would not call these cigars balanced. Also important to note is that the construction could have been better. Many of them have had uneven burn. Then again, I know many who will appreciate the strong pepper and toasty flavors, especially in such a small format. - Submitted by dimi681 on October 22, 2013


 
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Bolivar Short Robusto


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