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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

Average user rating

Review #117: I have tried a lot of different brands of cigars, even a lot of types. For me this is one of the best that I have ever tried, is not too spicy, mild, lots of flavors, simply a good cigar. I have recommended to some of my friends, and the feedback has always been great from them. - Submitted by xcalibull on November 20, 2007

Review #116: I find this cigar a little overrated, inconsistent and one dimensional. When "good", it packs a lot of strength, but I don't find a good balance to them. To me, the flavor gets monotnous after a while. - Submitted by fabio on October 28, 2007

Review #115: I bought a box today and i started smoking them right away. They are loaded with a strong vanilla and tabaco after taste I like to have it with mineral water to wash down the flavor. I prefer these cigars over any habano my personal favorite i smoked these cigars in the tabaco festival in feb. in havana a true master piece of cigar. - Submitted by cmyparadise4u on October 28, 2007

Review #114: This is a masterpiece. I love this cigar and have had both the dress box and cab box and let me tell you there is a difference. The cab box is by far better the wrappers on my bolis from the cab are so oily that they make your fingers oily from touching them! Wrappers so dark you could call them maduro. The dress box more matte wrapper and lighter in color. Taste on this cigar is complex ceder cream and at the end yummy candied spice. This cigar is a classic in my eyes of why Cuban cigars hold the number one place of fine cigars in the world. for me it changes in 3 to 4 parts and each has a different profile. Mild cream , woody and toasty, burnt sugar with some spice, and twangy pepper. Love it Love it! - Submitted by sticksmoker on October 27, 2007

Review #113: Please allow me to add just .005 worth on the cab issue. I absolutely agree with 109 &110. The quality of the stick, per; color match, draw, roll and just all-around good looks are definately better, hence the name "cabinet seleccion". (we're not even talking taste, yet) The difference in shape with regards to packing, round cigars wrapped in a half-wheel tied with a ribbon vs. literally "box-pressed". Nothing wrong with box pressed cigar, at all, but after really looking into and getting a ton of opinions regarding the much improved air circulation created by the 1/2 wheel, I just ended up buying cabs whenever possible, and can honestly say ithe difference in quality is more than merely "evident". One example (promise, lol) I have a box of 25 Punch Double Coes from JUL '97. I'm down to my last 8 or ten, and even afterthe box being open for at least 8, and after the box being opened, by me, almost 8 full years ago, the smokes are still pressed flat on the sides and bottom. Please don't misunderstand...these Punch ar5e, INHO, right there with my prized box of Cohiba Double Coe EL 2003, and that's saying a lot. I mean, look at Padrone '26 &'64...box-pressed to beat the band...(in fact, is it called 'press-pressing im their case?) WHO CARES...sorry! And...thanks for letting me spout a bit! (The rating of 9-plus is foour the SLB cab of these, not the db box.) lol...review to follow) - Submitted by dlctwice on October 27, 2007

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