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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 #26: To Mr. Coolburn: Tobacco blend is not the only factor that defines a cigar. The format plays an important role in the determining the optimal combustion too. Everybody amongst our group found this cigar too light when smoked slowly and those who tried smoking faster found that the Bolivar Belicosos can support a relatively high combustion rate while giving a more intense flavor without turning bitter or overly hot. Interestingly the various robustos and even piramides are not amenable to power-smoking as the companas are. - Submitted by tang on November 2, 2004

Review #25: In response to Tang's post,I must stongly disagree. It is the blend of tobaccos used that will make a cigar "strong". I cannot believe that any experienced smoker would advise you to smoke a good Cuban cigar that quickly. That would ruin all the pleasure of it. The Bolivar Belicoso Fino remains one of the richest and most flavorful cigars there is. Try the cabinet version,which does come a 25 cigar version. You may find those to do the trick. - Submitted by CoolBurn on November 1, 2004

Review #24: This is one awesome smoke - packed with delicious, full-on, earthy tobacco flavor. In my experience, sticks from a cabinet (SLB) are generally a tad richer than ones from a dress box. Contruction on these is consistently good. This is my "go to" smoke after a hearty meal. - Submitted by Snuka on October 31, 2004

Review #23: I thought this cigar was supposed to be strong but I found it only about medium so I talked to an oldtimer about the general mildness of the campana formats. He told me that I was just not smoking them right. Every format has an optimal smoking style, he said, and he finished the Bolivar Belicosos in less than 15 minutes. I strapped on my seatbelts and tried. Surprisingly the cigar did not turn bitter, maybe owing to it's short format. It was a sublime experience. This exercise is not for the faint-hearted. - Submitted by tang on October 29, 2004

Review #22: This is the best cigar I've ever smoked right out of the box. - Submitted by unknown on October 28, 2004

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