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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 #31: A very good and dependable smoke. Rich and full bodied,and very spicy with good construction. I especially love the cabinets. I love the strong burst of coriander as I first light them. The flavors quickly smack of fennel and mustard seed with a delicate juniper finish. Simply a wonderful smoke. - Submitted by JohnnieG on January 17, 2005

Review #30: In my early cigar smoking days, the Bolivar Belicosos Finos was my number one smoke. It got out of my sight unfortunately during a period in which I smoked fewer cigars. The last year however, smoking picked up and my taste developed. Time was ripe for a renewed acquintance. Can this cigar pass the test of more refined taste buds? The answer: yes it can, and then some! This cigar is in one word fantastic! The pre-light draw reveals a taste that one will experience during the entire smoke: cinnamon. This is very present in the beginning and is being pushed to the back of the palate when the cigar evolves. It starts out smooth and medium bodied, it ends peppery, spicy and full-bodied. However, it does never becomes harsh or hot. The burn is absolute marvelous and stays even all the way. The burnline is very thin, which is a sign of well matured tobacco. It produced three big and even cones of ash, then it was finished. A fantastic experience all together. This cigar comes re-rushing into my top 3 best smokes ever! - Submitted by Bolivar on December 14, 2004

Review #29: I bought a 5 pack. The initial burn was almost startling for me. Being new to cuban cigars I found it interesting. The remainder of the cigar was medium and complex. I enjoyed it. The construction was good and the burn satisfactory although it seemed quick. That could've been my uncured humidor. - Submitted by drspinCA on December 14, 2004

Review #28: I think that praise for this wonderful cigar is almost unanimous as it should be. I have smoked in excess of 1000 Bolivar Belicoso Finos over the years,and it remains one of my favorite cigars. It is NOT mild by any stretch of the imagination. It is a rich and flavorful smoke that many veteran smokers just can't live without. Read any classic book on cigars from such authors as Zino Davidoff or Alfred Dunhill,and they will all sing the praises of smoking SLOWLY. Ask any true veteran,such as myself,and they would never dream of simply inhaling a great Cuban cigar. For me it ruins the whole experience. My Belicosos are quite strong even when smoked slowly. That is a result of the tobacco blend,which is well demonstrated by this vitola. But one thing is for sure. This is a great cigar no matter how you smoke it. - Submitted by CoolBurn on November 2, 2004

Review #27: This is one of the best cigars I have ever smoked. I have never experienced such a unique taste, which could be loosely characterized as salty and citrusy. When I smoke one of these, I can only wonder why people waste their money and time with overpriced, over-rated Cohibas when they could smoke something that's truly different. - Submitted by Cigar Monger on November 2, 2004

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