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Bolivar Belicosos Finos

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Origin:CubanManufactured: Hand Made
Weight:12,45 gr.Score:8.6
Presentation: 2 Layers in a Box of 25

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Review #166: ---   This cigar has a cold aroma of a barn. A touch of fire and it opens a world of warm flavors for you. Smoking Bolivar BFs is like nice quilt you can wrap yourself into. Aroma reminds me of sweeten rye bread or when you pour beer on a stove in a sauna and get this nice smell of burned bred. Naturally there is coffee and chocolate present also. Amazing cigars. Full-bodied pleasure unequaled. - Submitted by Finn on July 16, 2010

Review #165: ---   Purchased a single from Switzerland. Perhaps I got a dud or it's too green (I'm not experienced enough to tell yet). It was a bit veiny & rough, harsh, inconsistent on the burn & WAY too easy on the draw. I smoked only half so far & it had very good flavor & aroma, but I was overly concerned with keeping it lit without overheating it. - Submitted by jimbobber on June 26, 2010

Review #164: MAR 07 I would not say it is a niner but for sure it is bigger than 8. Full bodied,might say not overly complex but it has strenght that compensate that lack.Although has a nice taste. Cant find it often to be as good looking as this one on the picture,more often veiny and rough,but always great construction and burn. Always a good buy. - Submitted by ilijat on February 23, 2010

Review #163: ---   Dark and oily and wow! as expected this is a a STRONG cigar. And its construction lends it to be a long experience. Complex aromas, earthy and spice for me, maybe a little cocoa. Its smooth, but its not for the faint hearted or someone not in for the 'long haul'. Construction, draw and burn were perfect for me and a very impressive looking cigar. Box date unknown - I purchased two. - Submitted by fuzzylogic on January 3, 2010

Review #162: FEB   I haven't had one of these in years. Have smoked two from an 09 cabinet. These are smoke to the nub great. I did that with both of them. There is a little green tinge at the beginning. That leaves quickly and the cigar takes on it's greatness. Good strength, great burn, a solid cigar. The only complaint is another inch would be nice. They could compete with the great number twos of Havana. I'll be interested to see if some age takes off the initial green tinge. I'll age five or so and see . This if I can last that long. - Submitted by mrniceguy on November 18, 2009

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