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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 #132: Just smoked one yesterday in my parents greenhouse. The sun was settling down and I got sprinkled with rays of soft summer light through all the plants and flowers. In my hand was the Belicoso. After discovering the impeccable draw and the soft white ash, i suddenly realized.. this is just my kind of cigar. I love several cigars in the Habanos portfolio, but very few impresses me in a profound way. The Bolivar Belicosos Finos surely does. It is so smoothe, so silky and so delicious! All the taste and aroma you can get from a full bodied smoke, yet at the same time, it is soft and caressing on the palate. I have never had a bad Belicoso and as soon as I get around to it, I will buy a cab and watch these precious things age as they would be my own children. For they truly deserve our attention. Pure magic. - Submitted by oblazt on June 30, 2008

Review #131: If I were a selfish man and a lier, I would tell you to stay away from these cigars. But since I am generous and honest, I will tell you the truth. These are without any doubt really outstanding cigars! I smoked my first one yesterday and bought it as a single. Maduro silky wrapper (wow!), perfect construction, fantastic aroma. Draw perfect, pelnty of smoke, silky tasty smoke! The smoothest smoke I've tried in my life! I blame myself for not having tried these babies before. Don't make my mistake: try one of these as soon as you can and you will not be disappointed! I couldn't ask any more from a full-bodied smoke. When I become rich (one day I will!), I will buy one hundred boxes of these cigars and put them in my walking humidor to taste them every day of my life! - Submitted by Edmundo on June 22, 2008

Review #130: I had this one on June 7th and forgot the enter my notes. This was a decent cigar but not the best example. It needed to be relight too many times and the flavor was a bit mild compared to the other Boli's I have sampled. All in all a decent cigar but not one of my best. - Submitted by nnjlon2 on June 16, 2008

Review #129: AUG 06 Cabinet selection: This is a very good box indeed. Still young but each cigar is impeccably rolled and the three I have smoked so far have had the same perfect medium draw allowing for thick plumes of smoke. I initially tried one after a week in my humidor to give them a pre-aging test, but the flavours of these cigars in their youth have me hooked this time, which hasn't happened before. I've had to purchase a box of 2001 Upmann Monarchs to keep me away from them for a while. Very much a woody smoke with zesty notes of cedar, light roasted coffee and some dark chocolate into the second half with little spice. These cigars develop a fuller flavour with maturity. A superb summer smoke. - Submitted by A. Dyer on June 5, 2008

Review #128: --- 03 I smoked one of these outside on the weekend. This particular cigar was 5 years old and it had a firm draw initially that opened up after a few inches of smoking. This is a medium bodied cigar for the first half or so but turns into a spice bomb by the last 3rd. A great classic Cuban smoke that is worth the effort. I enjoyed this cigar with a glass of port and it was a great combination of spice and sweet. Highly recommended. - Submitted by purofino on May 27, 2008

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