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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 #96: if you like full body campanas this is the cigar for you! I always have this bolivar in my rotation along with its little brother the Boli RC.probably along with Partagas the best habanos for the money out there but not for the newbie cigar smoker. An absolute 10 from pre-light to nubbing it.Happy smoking gang Cheers - Submitted by ami61154 on June 4, 2007

Review #95: Une torpille de saveurs étoffées et crémeuses qui se fume sans difficulté. Un très bon Havana, bien qu'un peu surévalué. Les arômes s’apparentent à un Montecristo #2. Une certaine lourdeur de bois qui se ballade avec des bouquets moelleux et fruités. - Submitted by Guillaume on June 2, 2007

Review #94: The first couple cigars that I smoked about 6 months after the box date of Nov 05 were good, although started to get a little harsh half way through. The latest one smoked had about 18 months on it, and it was oustanding. I enjoyed the overall experience on the initial smokes, but after some aging, I was surprised on how much they improved. Smooth throughout, with volumes of creamy smoke and balanced flavors. Definitely, humidor time makes a big difference with the B.F. - Submitted by ihupaliw on June 1, 2007

Review #93: Smoked one of these over the weekend. Age unknown, probably an '06. Purchased from my local shop here in Frankfurt. I was going to purchase the Bolivar Royal Corona which I really love, but was attracted to a Belicoso Fino with a really oily wrapoper. I can't believe how different these two cigars are! Every time I have smoked a BBF, I have been disappointed. It seems like the blend of the BBF is made to be enjoyed after at least 3 or 4 years, where as the Royal corona is tasty, earthy and sweet right out of the box. I can imagine really enjoying a BBF after proper aging, because I think it has potential to be outstanding, but why should you have to wait so long for it to be smokeable? I still love the Bolivar brand but I guess the BBF just doesn't do it for me. Its a smoke with potential, but I want more than that. I want performance! Anybody know how the summer of '06 vintages for BBF are smoking. The '06 Royal Coronas are fantastic! - Submitted by Jimbo on May 30, 2007

Review #92: Smoking my way through an 01 cab now. These are certainly gaining flavor. I was never a big fan of this cigar, but boy, what a difference 6 years makes. - Submitted by Cohiba007 on April 25, 2007

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