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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 #101: I was fortunate enough to have a friend bring me back a box of these fine sticks. I let them age for about seven months in my humidor and wow was my patience rewarded! Smooth, clean draw and burn on every one thus far. The flavor is INTENSE to say the least. Don't hesitate to add a box of these amazing sticks to your humidor but do offer them time to age....it's well worth your restraint! Will be bringing back more come this coming winter vacation! - Submitted by NeoZander on July 11, 2007

Review #100: Bolivars, for me, have been so consistent in having a superb flavour that I now hold the brand as an equal to Cohiba in that regard. Unlike past examples, though, my BBF did not fall down in the areas of construction; indeed, the construction was possibly the best I've seen. This cigar needed only to be ashed once, when the ash reached approximately the same length as the remaining cigar. The flavours were excellent, exhibiting a rather strong floral note, coffee, chocolate, and vanilla, in a way that each was present, but the flavours played with each other in a way that resulted in marvelous complexity. Would definitely (and will definitely) smoke this one again. I'm only giving this a 9 because I think another year or two would improve it, so I can't very well give it a perfect score yet. - Submitted by agraupe on July 2, 2007

Review #99: After smoking this campana for over sin months now it just cant be beat! the flavors are beyond compare and run the whole spectrum of what smoking habanos is all about.Not for the mild to medium body smoker as this is a full bodied habano that ranks 1st in its class IMHO.Cheers - Submitted by ami61154 on June 14, 2007

Review #98: Gillette : you mention in your review that the cigar always starts out having a really tight draw. This made me wonder - did you try cutting a little more off the cigar? Make sure you don't overdo it though cause this will leave you with a too easy of a draw/ a "hot" burning cigar. Try the draw before lighting and if you feel that it is tight cut a little more off until it is to your satisfaction. I am sure that you will really enjoy this cigar once the draw issue is settled. Sorry for sharing my thoughts but I felt it was a shame that someone who enjoys the cigars you say you do has had a problem with this fabulous smoke. - Submitted by PDL on June 12, 2007

Review #97: This cigar for me always starts out by having a really tight draw. After about the first third however, the cigar loosens up a bit and i'm able to taste the full bodiness associated with this cigar. I have also noticed that ones that are more aged seem to be milder in strength, while this campana is quite good, I would rather smoke a robusto such as a partagas serie d no.4 or even a Bolivar royal corona since I find that generally that format delivers a better all around smoke. - Submitted by Gillette on June 11, 2007

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