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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 #16: This is my go to cigar to never be let down. Always delivers what I need. Especially good to grab one to erase the memory of a dissappointing smoke. - Submitted by Chris O on July 19, 2004

Review #15: Estrella said: "This cigar must be in the top five list of any serious habano smoker". I agree completely, although I have tried perhaps only 15 or so vitolas. This is denser and deeper than the Montecristo No. 2. A bold, strong full-bodied cigar that remains smooth. Great after a good steak with red wine or maybe bourbon. - Submitted by D. Fagen on May 28, 2004

Review #14: I was so very excited to smoke this one. I lit it and got the usual preliminary blandness that all cigar carry for me. I expected it to go away, but with 1/3 of the cigar done, it was still very bland. Then it kicked in some spiciness, but barely noticeable with that same blandness. The last 3rd was still bland and too hot to smoke comfortably. The main issue with this cigar is the volume of smoke.. the smoke was very thin and light, with a tight draw. Not my cigar I guess. - Submitted by Matt Risi on May 11, 2004

Review #13: Wonderfully smooth smoke, and silky wrapper. Half way though my first box of these, and aside from two being close to plugged, they have been as close to perfect as any cigar I've smoked. Slow even burn, plenty of smoke, medium so full bodied, and stays lit. - Submitted by Todd on May 5, 2004

Review #12: This is the best full bodied piramide available. Nice oily sheen, dark maduro wrapper. To UK-Biker, you probably had countefeits or have no idea what a good smoke is all about. - Submitted by Gunther on April 29, 2004

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