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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 #71: Bitter-bean overtones, peppery spice with a slightly creamy finish, mixed with rich cedar nuances. One of the best, in my humble opinion. If you are in the mood for a full-flavoured, intricate, yet intense cigar.. pick this one. - Submitted by MikePomery on October 25, 2006

Review #70: I've only been smoking cigars for 2 years but I've tried them all. This cigar is my cigar of choice by a country mile. It offers everything you want from a cuban, the depth of flavour you can only get from habanos, a totaly unique taste (I get roasted cherry) and a better than most build quality. Beautiful. - Submitted by Tino 11 on September 1, 2006

Review #69: I picked one of these from the menu at La Casa Del Habano in Londons Soho. I've always been a fan of Bolivars, and this certainly didn't dissapoint. All the flavours where there, rich aroma, magnificent tatse, all the way through - stunning and highly recommended. - Submitted by the hanwell cigar dude on August 11, 2006

Review #68: Ok, bottom line, I'm prejudiced. First, Cuban I smoked was a Bolivar. Loved it. Still do. Smoked one of these last night. A 2005 and it was wonderful. The two women at the table commented on the aroma and wanted to try it. I had to wrestle it back from the two of them as they continued to pass it back and forth amongst themselves. It was smooth, smooth, smooth. Drew beautifully. I enjoy a Montecristo #2, but I'll reach for this first. - Submitted by donk93953 on May 18, 2006

Review #67: Just smoked one of these masterful cigars - afternoon after a light lunch with coffee and a martini. As has been covered before many times, a complex, medium bodied, full flavoured Bolivar with the conicle tip which gives that extra little intensity to the flavours. A perfect and delicious balance of honeyed cocoa, rich woods and dustings of fresh ground coffee. It's full flavoured but not a beast, it's an extremely refined Havana, usually perfectly crafted. To me it is certainly the best Campana/Pyramide cigar, and one of my absolute favourite cigars and my favourite Bolivar. Nice when fresh, magnificent when aged. It's not unusual for me to nub cigars but this one even raises my eyebrows with how easily I can trully nub it before it gets at all acidic on the palate. A must try. :-) - Submitted by A. Dyer on May 5, 2006

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